Favorite album: "The Fame Monster"
Favorite season: Winter
Favorite obsession: Music
Favorite food: French fries
Hi, I'm Andrew Henry a boy born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. I am currently enrolled at Hunter College and I love food (french fries in particular). I love fashion and music, and my stage name is Holy Alejandro. I got my stage name from Lady Gaga's song "Alejandro" because I would sing it so much in my Junior year of high school that people just started calling me "Alejandro." At a young age my parents enrolled me in piano lessons. I always used to sing in church but when I started playing the piano that was when I truly fell in love with the art of music. The feeling that I get listening to a piece of music, no matter the genre, is satisfying. It's amazing to see someone rejoice, cry, or even be confused by a piece of music. I am very passionate about my own music and love to create. I live my life 3-Fold between reality, fantasy, and comedy. I truly believe in honoring your vision, or your vision will dishonor you.
A holiday celebration full of Christmas songs performed by singers from American Idol, Americas Got Talent and The Voice.
The game uses some sort of technology that enables it to access your location. Once your location has been accessed you are prompted to play throughout your neighborhood, and…
This play brought so much awareness to the reality of dealing with a child who is chronically ill. I definitely left with a new found respect for all parents, especially single ones.
When I got into the venue the lights were dim, a number of audience members were standing in front of the stage (drinking of course), pop music was playing loud, and everybody was smiling from cheek to cheek.
The main character's name is actually Julie, and her sister's name is Jane. Julie, decided that she wanted to make up an entire play that focused on many different events of her life.
Andrew and Christine went to Semicolon Theatre Company's Resistance at the Wild Project and filmed their response...
IF THEY'RE NOT COMMUNICATING WITH EACH OTHER THIS MEANS THEY MUST BE IN DIFFERENT TIME ZONES!
When I first got wind that there was a play called Building The Wall I knew it had to have something to do with the political state of America. I knew it had to make reference to Donald Trump to some capacity, since he loves to talk about building walls.
Me: "Walking? What do you mean?"
Hostess: "You will walk through different rooms with this show."
Me: "Sooooo ummmmmm, are they going to give me headphones? Is there audio? ARE THERE ANY ACTORS?!"
Hostess: "There are no actors and the audio is in each room."
Gemma: I've never seen a ballet that wasn't all lovey-dovey
Andrew: Omg! Same!!! Let's start from the top!
Gemma: And this show was super...heavy. It's a good thing I had a margarita beforehand haha
Christine: Yeah it's not every day you see a pas de deux with a pedo and a little girl
Andrew: Let's get down to business. Why should we care about the TONY's...or DO we care about the TONY's? That's the topic.
Gemma: So, I personally care about the TONY's because it's like my sporting event.
Andrew: It's your Superbowl.
Gemma: Okay, peeps. Lateness...to a show. Feelings?
Christine: Prices, and if you're going with someone or not. What is considered "too late"?
Andrew: Listen, it's not a problem, because what if the person is just trying to look for spots around town to eat? After the theatre.
Christine: They can do before or after...or during the wonderful thing called intermission.
Gemma: Then do that AFTER THE SHOW!
A lot of times, I go see musicals and I don't know the WHO behind the music. And then I find out and I am like, "YEAH!" So, to inspire you to check out who the composer/lyricist/writer in a musical is (dude, it could possibly be an old favorite artist on the radio), Here are some composer from musicals currently showing...
It's probably the best season weather and fashion wise! You don't have to wear a jacket if you don't want to, which enables you to show off your slayFUL* outfit. Yes, I just made that up. *slayful = no one can compare, even if they tried!
Don't worry. Nothing big is going to happen, besides a mountain of shame...
But to help you through one of those not-so-subtle tired times, we are here to help you out.
Remember: Fall is the perfect season to have fun with fashion. Be daring, and unapologetic at the same time.