“Never imagined a kazoo as being a serious instrument.”
FAVE INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT?
WORST/WEIRDEST SHOW EXPERIENCE?
I attended a show called "Toilet Fire: Rectums in the Rectory"— I think the title says it all...
WHAT VINE DESCRIBES YOU?
WHAT’S THE BEST 2000S BOP?
Hey Ya! by Outkast
WHATS THE MOST USELESS FACT YOU KNOW?
Most male lizards and snakes have two (!!) penises.
What was actually so funny about a slave woman twerking?
It paints a picture of a scheming Princess Di, a woman who knew what she had to do to make the public sympathize with her.
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.
I say "fairytale-like" because this is something that is still a struggle for communities today all around the world. Part of me left the theater feeling dubious about the effects of what I'd seen. Did everyone in that audience realize that this play was not the lived reality of every trans person?
I can’t really speak Spanish.
Yes, I’m Latina. And yes, I oftentimes think in Spanish and can fully understand the language when others are speaking it. However, when it comes to speaking it myself, I just absolutely freeze up.
Growing Up Gonzales celebrated my culture in a way that made me fall in love with being Puerto Rican for probably the umpteenth time (we are a very proud people).
The play’s characters are all battling their own inner turmoil, and watching their lives intersect often made me want to reach out of my seat, jump on stage, and stop them from going any further.
I felt as though I was basking in a comical alternate reality. It was one in which all the versions of Meryl Streep over the years were suddenly stuck together in a room, forced to face each other.
Stenciled out in large block letters on the rear wall of the set, the sentence would serve as a constant reminder of the circumstances surrounding the musical’s characters – most of whom I’d soon adore.
Only few will be remembered among people other than their friends and family, and even fewer will be cared about throughout history. Of course, that’s not to say that a life is unimportant altogether. The impact that any single person has on those around them, like their friends and family, surely carries an incredible and unforgettable weight.