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Unfinished Thoughts

Siiri, 21, Finland. Did I hear you mention Nordic musical theatre?
Jul 28 '14
ensignbeedrill:

But this is the weirdest theater bio I have ever read.

ensignbeedrill:

But this is the weirdest theater bio I have ever read.

Jul 28 '14
No turning back now.
Me and muplakuovi are really going.

No turning back now.

Me and muplakuovi are really going.

Jul 27 '14

(Source: starlene)

Jul 27 '14
fyeahfinnishmusicaltheatre:

One of Jon Fredriksson’s drawings featured in the programme of Turun kaupunginteatteri’s production of Rocky Horror Show.

Whatever I thought about this production as a whole, the programme is one of the best I’ve ever seen! These drawings!! Love them so much. It’s so unique to have drawings in a theatre programme, and it suits a show like Rocky Horror so well. And I really like the style.
I wish art could be used more often in theatre programmes. I’m sure there are more shows than just RHS where it’d fit!

fyeahfinnishmusicaltheatre:

One of Jon Fredriksson’s drawings featured in the programme of Turun kaupunginteatteri’s production of Rocky Horror Show.

Whatever I thought about this production as a whole, the programme is one of the best I’ve ever seen! These drawings!! Love them so much. It’s so unique to have drawings in a theatre programme, and it suits a show like Rocky Horror so well. And I really like the style.

I wish art could be used more often in theatre programmes. I’m sure there are more shows than just RHS where it’d fit!

Jul 27 '14
Jul 26 '14
Jul 26 '14
Mini hamburgers I ate in Liverpool.
When I visited the USA last summer, I didn’t get to eat any burgers half as patriotic as these ones.

Mini hamburgers I ate in Liverpool.

When I visited the USA last summer, I didn’t get to eat any burgers half as patriotic as these ones.

Jul 26 '14

An actual quote from the guy who directed the Finnish production of Jekyll & Hyde:

I see the musical as a light, pleasant experience.

I guess there’s less death than in Les Misérables, I’ll give it that.

Jul 26 '14
Jul 26 '14
swedishcosette:

Chris Murray in musicals of Frank Wildhorn

requested by starlene

swedishcosette:

Chris Murray in musicals of Frank Wildhorn

requested by starlene

Jul 26 '14

Justin Keyes as Marius in Les Misérables at Dallas Theater Center

Jul 26 '14

Our new neighbours have some annoying tendencies. Mainly that they like to sit on their back porch with their small child or children. It seems it always leads to them rather loudly reproaching the children about whatever new naughty thing the kids come up with. New lecture once per every ten minutes or so.

What to do, what to do.

How about a Jekyll & Hyde audio marathon with the window open??

Jul 26 '14
I don’t usually share my food recipes here, but since this one’s so nice during hot summer days like this one, I might as well…
Siiri’s Tropical Fruit Salad
1. Get a fresh pineapple. Trust me on this one – fresh ones are just so much better than the canned stuff!
2. Get a fresh cantaloupe.
3. Take the pineapple and carefully cut off the peel. I mean, really carefully, since the peel is awfully thick and you have to use quite a lot of force. So you don’t want to cut off your own fingers while preparing your fruit salad!
4. Notice something like half of the edible stuff is still attached to the peel when you’re finished. Decide to deal with it later.
5. What? Now that you’ve finished peeling the fruit and start to cut it in smaller pieces, you notice there’s a non-edible bit in the middle of it too?? Argh. Scream at the fruit, try to cut the middle part off without too much mess. Get pineapple juice all over your hands.
6. Remember the peels. Get a spoon and scrape the edible bits off them and eat them right on the spot, like the little barbarian you are.
7. Chop the fruit in small pieces.
8. Take the cantaloupe. Repeat steps 3 to 7. Put the pieces in a bowl or somewhere.
There you go! Enjoy your tasty, healthy, refreshing treat! :)

I don’t usually share my food recipes here, but since this one’s so nice during hot summer days like this one, I might as well…

Siiri’s Tropical Fruit Salad

1. Get a fresh pineapple. Trust me on this one – fresh ones are just so much better than the canned stuff!

2. Get a fresh cantaloupe.

3. Take the pineapple and carefully cut off the peel. I mean, really carefully, since the peel is awfully thick and you have to use quite a lot of force. So you don’t want to cut off your own fingers while preparing your fruit salad!

4. Notice something like half of the edible stuff is still attached to the peel when you’re finished. Decide to deal with it later.

5. What? Now that you’ve finished peeling the fruit and start to cut it in smaller pieces, you notice there’s a non-edible bit in the middle of it too?? Argh. Scream at the fruit, try to cut the middle part off without too much mess. Get pineapple juice all over your hands.

6. Remember the peels. Get a spoon and scrape the edible bits off them and eat them right on the spot, like the little barbarian you are.

7. Chop the fruit in small pieces.

8. Take the cantaloupe. Repeat steps 3 to 7. Put the pieces in a bowl or somewhere.

There you go! Enjoy your tasty, healthy, refreshing treat! :)

Jul 24 '14

phantoonsoftheopera:

canolacrush:

"Music of the Night" in BARITONE

Thomas Hampson’s “The Music of the Night”

Always thought the intro to this sounded like Tim Burton/Danny Elfman’s take on “Phantom of the Opera”

Jul 24 '14