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Happy Thursday! Today on Crazytown... Rachel shares her thoughts on The Nightly Show, Annissa listens to poetry, Alexis fights danger with art, Owen returns to the world of Fifteen, and Juliana is over a lot of social media hype. Continue reading
Posted 4 hours ago at Crazytown
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What's new in your world? Here's what we are buzzing about in ours: You snowed in yet? Alisha talks Snow vs. Hurricane cage match. Who will come out on top? Probably you guys. As long as you have enough wine and Netflix to weather the storm. Joanna asserts that it's still possible to find good stuff for a penny or less. Dean and Brush reveal some exciting news regarding their songs. Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Crazytown
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What's new in your world? Here's what we are buzzing about in ours: You snowed in yet? Alisha talks Snow vs. Hurricane cage match. Who will come out on top? Probably you guys. As long as you have enough wine and Netflix to weather the storm. Joanna asserts that it's still possible to find good stuff for a penny or less. Dean and Brush reveal some exciting news regarding their songs. Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at Crazytown
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Happy Snow-Day, Crazytown!! Today, Sam reveals his Snow-Day naivete, David offers a Snow-Day playlist, and Michael offers Entry 3 of Jura Starcollider. Enjoy the Blizzardpocolypse! Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at Crazytown
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This Monday on crazytown blog... David shares his top ten film list for 2014, Andrew is scared about the rapture, Katrina and this dog are not fond of mornings, Raine talks second puberty in this week's Trans-Continental, and Victor supports the Trevor Project! Continue reading
Posted 3 days ago at Crazytown
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This Friday, Greg reacts to Billy Crystal’s comments about gay scenes on TV, Geoff books a boat and bids you bon voyage, And Alan disguises himself. Continue reading
Posted 6 days ago at Crazytown
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Hello! Today on Crazytown... Rachel reports back from the return of Hedwig, Annissa makes the case for The Grand Budapest Hotel, Alexis responds to controversy with poetry, Owen goes back to Fifteen, and Juliana brings us to NOLA via Disneyland. Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at Crazytown
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What's up this Wednesday you guys? Alisha chats about Adult books. Joanna asks you how you measure success. Dean and Brush navigate the relationship between a mother and her child. Continue reading
Posted Jan 21, 2015 at Crazytown
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This Tuesday on CTown: David discovers a long lost scene from Gigi, Sam keeps it simple, Micheal presents the next entry in Jura Starcollider, and Emily ponders globetrotting friendships. Enjoy! Continue reading
Posted Jan 19, 2015 at Crazytown
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This week on crazytownblog... David talks SNL and the gentrification of Bushwick, Katrina talks NaNoWriMo, Andrew introduces us to Reformed Whores, Isaac has a book deal, and Raine has another edition of Trans-Continental. Continue reading
Posted Jan 19, 2015 at Crazytown
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A series of letters shared between two cross-country trans youth. This week...the boys decide to take baby steps. by Raine Grayson (playwright/actor) { Missed last week's? Read it here. } { Want to start from the beginning? Here's the first letter & here's a list of 'em all.} My crazy Ohio-an (You always call me City Slicker. I don’t know what to call you in retaliation, okay? I’m working on it.) I wish you weren’t begging for things to be alright. We hit a bump in the road. Okay. You got me. I’m not entirely okay. You really hurt me... Continue reading
Posted Jan 19, 2015 at Crazytown
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Artists experience time differently, and our lives are richer for it. By Katrina Medoff (Actress/Writer) I was squished into a subway seat on a mundane commute when I read a passage that gave me a new insight into imagination. Eleanor Vance is driving toward a new adventure, and on her way, she sees a house: “On the main street of one village she passed a vast house, pillared and walled, with shutters over the windows and a pair of stone lions guarding the steps, and she thought she might live there, dusting the lions each morning and patting their heads... Continue reading
Posted Jan 19, 2015 at Crazytown
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These gals are bringing a healthy does of whoredom to the inter-webs—and, if you're lucky, to a city near you. by Andrew Nielson "If Tenacious D and Dolly Parton got drunk and had a baby it would be the musical comedy duo Reformed Whores." That's the opening line of the bio for hilarious comedy duo Reformed Whores, comprised of the lovely, charming, and oh-so-funny Marie Cecile Anderson and Katy Frame. The gals, New York City actresses, joined forces in 2010 and haven't looked back, quickly climbing the entertainment ladder to be featured together in The Huffington Post, CBS' The Doctors,... Continue reading
Posted Jan 19, 2015 at Crazytown
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This week on crazytownblog... David talks SNL and the gentrification of Bushwick, Katrina talks NaNoWriMo, Andrew introduces us to Reformed Whores, Isaac has a book deal, and Raine has another edition of Trans-Continental. Continue reading
Posted Jan 18, 2015 at Crazytown
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Crazytown writer, Isaac Oliver, got an awesome book deal, so unfortunately his posts have been taken down. Good news though, you can read all of his great posts in his new book INTIMACY IDIOT available at all major book stores and on Amazon.com! "This big-hearted, laugh-until-you-can’t-breathe collection of personal essays, stories, and riffs on finding love and intimacy in New York City announces the arrival of a “a monstrous new talent” (New Yorkmagazine) in the vein of David Sedaris, Augusten Burroughs, and Tina Fey. In this uproariously funny debut collection, award-winning writer and performer Isaac Oliver serves up a comedic... Continue reading
Posted Jan 18, 2015 at Crazytown
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Greg loves rom-com musicals, Geoff makes a reolution, And Alan collaborates. Continue reading
Posted Jan 16, 2015 at Crazytown
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Welcome to 2015! Today on Crazytown... Rachel is figuring out what to do, Annissa tells us about the best volunteer job ever, Owen goes running through Disney World, and Juliana tells us the secrets to the most magical place on Earth. Continue reading
Posted Jan 15, 2015 at Crazytown
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Welcome back to Wednesdays! Are you guys listening to Serial? Alisha talks about her recent addiction to the podcast and the power of good storytelling. The new year is all about no limits. Joanna loves musical theatre gender bending. Songwriting or just looking for new songs for easy listenening? Dean and Brush offer up a beautiful new addition to their Anxiety Project series. Continue reading
Posted Jan 14, 2015 at Crazytown
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Welcome back to Crazytown Tuesdays! We welcome you to 2015 with... David's appreciation of Sandy Duncan Emily's account of being an international superstar (sort of..), Sam wrestling with Time, and Michael's first entry of The Jura Starcollider. Enjoy! Continue reading
Posted Jan 13, 2015 at Crazytown
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This Monday at crazytown is thet start of an all-new Winter/Spring term! David has an open letter to the Shubert Organization, Katrina tries escaping the room, Andrew hits the ground limping, and Raine continues her popular serial, "Trans-continental." Continue reading
Posted Jan 12, 2015 at Crazytown
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Dear Mr. Shubert, Wait your names not Shubert? Sorry... Mr. Smith, Mr. Wankel, and the rest of y'all... It's come to our attention that you're building a great big brand-spanking-new Broadway theatre on the empty lot on 46th st and 8th avenue where the "Theatre District Shopping Court" currently stands. We're all very excited about it, even if it's "not official" yet, but I'd like to put my two cents in anyway if I may Mr. Smith. We don't need another Broadway Theatre. Wait! Strike that. We don't need any-old-traditional-proscenium Broadway Theatre. We need a black box. A black box... Continue reading
Posted Jan 12, 2015 at Crazytown
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The most inspiring shows of 2014... from the guy who saw almost everything. by Eric Grunin (composer) From this relatively lazy year (I only saw around 120 shows), I've picked seven standouts and fourteen fellow travelers, grouped into utterly arbitrary categories. 1) Best of the Year (and Best Beckett) goes to the shortest program of them all, Lisa Dwan's presentation of three dramaticules by Beckett. The first, NOT I, puts you in complete blackness save for a mouth suspended impossibly in mid air, babbling, pleading, and shrilling at disorienting speed. It was all over in a mere nine minutes, and... Continue reading
Posted Dec 23, 2014 at Crazytown
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This final official day of Crazytown 2014: Greg is passionate about censorship in America, Geoff gives a shout out to a true best friend, Laura has a toast for the New Year, Dylan looks back on the shows she saw in 2014, And Erica looks forward to a productive 2015. Continue reading
Posted Dec 19, 2014 at Crazytown
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Welcome to the final Thursday of 2014 here on Crazytown! Rachel has some creative tips for 2015, Annissa runs down the best holiday specials, Owen goes Into the Woods, Juliana praises The Office, Anna from Circle Songbook shares some childhood memories, and Rozzie has opinions on 11 o'clock numbers. Continue reading
Posted Dec 18, 2014 at Crazytown
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Walking in a Wednesday wonderland: Alisha notices something about the younger generation. Joanna gives you five online musical theatre moments worth remembering. Teddy says goodbye with the final scene from Reservations. Continue reading
Posted Dec 17, 2014 at Crazytown