A guide by someone who has won quite a few lotteries…
They do have a two drink minimum, which…yeah you probably should have that notice in NYC.
You spent hours spell-checking your cover letter 30 times over. Now what? We gotchu!
I knew it was him, and we totally made eye contact, and I knew he knew I knew it was him.
She’s like that one extra af theatre girl we all have to be in a musical with who was on level 100 during rehearsals.
The residents prefer to be called kernels, lol.
To anybody that doesn’t think they’ll win a Broadway Lottery – I’ve won like 4 times. Just do it.
Insecurities are what bonds us to each other and make us human.
He was having a dance off…with himself!
Someone literally got hit with a condom.
The night of the show, I excitedly donned my The Office themed leggings and made my way to the theatre.
To see two world who ideally shouldn’t understand each other create something like this. Damn.
How the fuck do they have the ability to sing for that long?
Nearly naked men lounging on top wearing these crazy elaborate gold antlers, just...staring at you. Not in a creepy way, just in a sexy French way.
A spark in his eye and a visible joy that someone is willing to hear his thoughts on this white dude’s book.
It was like hearing someone recite The Scarlet Letter or The Constitution.
I fell into a hole of fluids - ok that sounds weird, this was googling, not an adult site.
He pointed at everyone and said their name, I was like WTF!!!!! You learned all 27 names just now!!!! I was impressed and ready to leave because that was all the magic I needed!
I was handed a name tag and told not to tell my real name to anyone. The secret name handed to me was…Marco.
He moved his pen around the playbill. He gave it back, but not a single dot of ink was on the playbill. I didn’t even care, I just laughed.
A straight white man (me) and my fiancé…this gets interesting.
Diversity? Queer representation? YES, PLEASE!
I’m scared to go to ‘normal’ shows.
Take a shot every time I say ‘ECUADORIAN’. You’re welcome.
Note to self: read backstory.
Marisol interview Sophia Leewah who is stage managing @ The Public! Oh, Sophia is also her friend :)
“I only do it for you guys and to eventually go back home to Guinea”.
I feel like I have to be WILLING to starve for my art.
By Act II, where I had so many phone calls from my mom.
Margery is extra AF.
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