A musical detailing the life of Alexander Hamilton, from his arrival in the American British Colonies, his participation in the American Revolution, and his government work leading up to his death in a pistol duel.
Were princesses the same way? I guess, people like to put on this air that their perfect but in reality, everyone is in one way or another broken. Even who you might find as the most "prefect" of people may not be as perfect as you think they are.
Cruel Intentions is about Kathryn Mertuil conniving with Sebastian Valmont, her stepbrother, to take revenge on Court, her former boyfriend who dumped her on the 4th of July, for Cecile, an innocent young girl. She tells Sebastian that to take revenge on Court, he must conquer Cecile and in exchange he can conquer her as well. The problem is, Sebastian does not love Cecile, he is in love with Annette Hargrove, the new Headmaster's daughter.
I see every situation I'm in as an opportunity, and every person I meet as a chance to learn and experience something great. Yet for Porto to fear new experiences and automatically deem them as having a negative outcome makes her unable to experience anything great
Once On This Island is the story of the Caribbean and of a girl named Ti Moune. It’s about understanding where you’re from, chasing what you believe in, and the struggles that emerge when those two clash.
Literally nothing had to do with rock and roll or even 1960s related anything.I was so confused. Then the show started and the characters came out dressed like they were members of the original cast of "Little House on the Prairie" and the "Brady Bunch".
They loved each other, stuck together, and as cliche as it may sound, I think that's what helped all of them through. That idea that they were never going to be alone and that they were all screwed up, but all screwed up together.
I could see why John wanted to tell these stories to the public. Even if this isn't the right answer to the questions from above, I believed stories are meant to take us away from the pains of life. We feel better when we hear stories.
I was left to settle in that confused, disappointing – if not heartbreaking – moment in which two people realize that perhaps they have outgrown each other as friends. Reckoning with this is a feat of its own.
It’s similar in the sense of it being this disorienting story that both creeps you out, but also has your full attention. “Play with my feelings”, has never been more true. Throw in loud 80’s music in the mix and the fact that everyone seems fake in this world - and you have a confused Christine.
Surprisingly, after the group of men get hammered, take loads of drugs and have a fight that leads to two characters leaving, the main character (and the only actual person acting) starts to get to the core of his fears.
Coming in, I knew that it was a tale of Robert Merkin, a notable financier. I came in thinking that this was just another production to enjoy but it ended up being more than that, it was very meaningful to me.
I may or may not have spent a few minutes at the beginning matching every character on stage to those in the movie She’s The Man with Amanda Bynes and Channing Tatum which I learned a few years ago is based on this very play.