Haven't I seen you in the black clad and steel toed techie group here?
I love theatre as well, though I can't even stand in fron tof people presenting school projects 'lest I'm on stage with the light glaring..
Reading is quite fabulous! Read Jane Eyre lately (and the Eyre Affair offtake by Jasper Fforde is quite fabulous too not to mention his new book Lost in a Good Book)? Our school is putting that on as a production this year..too bad I can't get in Itching to see it all the same! So many books so little time..
Well, I welcome you to the Thundercats quite belatedly, but I am trying to take the title of Thundercat greeter! It makes it seem more official anyhow
Nice to chat anyway..
Indeed I am black clad and steel toed. Theatre is my life. Sometimes that's a curse, but most of the time it's a blessing. For instance, the show I'm working on right now is "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown." I guess it's supposed to be fun, but I have yet to form my own oppinion of it.
I have never read Jane Eyre, but it's on my list. I'm trying to make up for time lost in Steven King novels by reading all the great classics. I just finished Catcher in the Rye for the first time and haven't moved on yet.
Thanks for your welcome, however late it may be. I haven't been on for awhile so I honestly didn't even notice the lateness You shouldn't have mentioned it.
Theatre-wonder and bedazzlement in the same gaze, beauty and vigor in the same breath, for theatre is the embodiment of humanity..
Ok so I made that up, but it really doesn't sound quite as bad as I thought it would
I've heard of the "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown' play before, but am completely lost on plot and script.
Awww..Steven King..you have read the Shining, no? I thought it was one of his best..I plan to eventually read the classics as well. Currently sci-fi fantasy have invaded my reading time (which is now constantly dwindling).
How's school going? Well, since I did again . Honestly, I am quite a moron sometimes..
I like the quote. OK, so it's not a quote, but I like it anyway. And maybe I'll use it as a quote
As far as 'Charlie Brown' I'd say you aren't missing much. There isn't really a plot and the script is good for a play about a cartoon, but I can't imagine anyone calling it anything more than 'fun' and that might even be a stretch. We're entering show week, so I've been working on it a lot and my classes have kind of taken a back seat to it. So when you ask how school is, I can't really answer. 'Fun' I guess
I have never read The Shining. It's one of the few King novels that my family doesn't own (excepting his newest ones). I used to read whatever my dad had on his bookcase but I ran out of ones that interested me. Then I found out that 'the Lord of the Rings' movies were coming out and I started reading that series again. From there I went into more classic novels, interspursed with fantasy (probably my favourite genre). Have you ever read any Terry Brooks? He has a few short series (his Shannara series is probably the most well known). I just finished one of his books and I liked it a lot. If you like reading about elves and dwarves and faeries and the like, he tells some good stories.
Well, procrastination will be my end... I have to type up my Q-sheet and I've been avoiding it on this site. Who knows, maybe I'll have a lot of 'fun' with that too
aww..well that would be a rather hard thing to explain then. Cartoon characters YAY!
Aww well It is quite marvelous. I only managed to pull my way through the Hobbit. Too much detail, not enough story. The movie of Fellowship was good though. I plan to read a Terry Brooks book soon. I keep meaning to, but time isn't exactly abundant. I've found a way to tie it into school though, so I should be reading the Sword of Shanarra. I love fantasy! and sci-fi! and horror! and mystery! and classics! and books in general!
hehe I've got to go study soon
if you ever log in again and read this.. happy b-day
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