Sunday, May 23, 2010

For Your Viewing Pleasure

Nothing too big to report, but I figured I'd share a couple of videos that have been playing on my computer at least a few times over the past few days.

First, there have been some great videos popping up promoting Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, which is ending its run in the (all too) near future-- June 27th. If you haven't seen it, I highly suggest getting a ticket. Even if the show goes on to a longer life, which I'm sure it will, this production at the Newman Theater is not to be missed:





Also, to give you a tune to get stuck in your head in the coming days, I've been obsessed with this old video of Nick Blaemire singing "I'm Out" from Dan Collins and Julianne Wick Davis' musical Wood. Both composers have been mentioned here before from their 15 minute musical collaboration Time to Kill for the York's 4@15, as well as Julianne's work for Cait Doyle's Hot Mess in Manhattan. The video was taken from Nick's show guyTunes with Justin Keyes and Jason Michael Snow:



Enjoy!

2 comments:

rdj. also known as daniel. said...

"I'm Out" is a great great song. Exemplary. One of my favorite hooks, and one of my favorite bridges, in all of contempo musical theatre.

Kim said...

Every time I listen to it I find something else I absolutely love. "Punctuation posing as a smile." Talk about rhythm and rhyme-- the lyrics manage to be very evocative and artful in the way they fit together.