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What’s on Your iPod?

by Alumni Posts on March 31, 2011

in Extracurricular,In Saint Louis

It’s crazy how much you can learn about a person just by browsing
through their iPod’s playlist. I’m pretty sure that most people my
age have playlists that include pop, rap, and alternative hits from
the top 40 billboards. However, if you looked at my iPod, you may be
very surprised. Over half of the songs on my iPod are from musical
soundtracks. In fact, some of my most-played songs are “Defying
Gravity” and “I’m Not That Girl” from “Wicked,” “On My Own” from “Les
Miz,” “Hey There” from “Pajama Game,” and, one of the most stirring
songs ever written, “Finale B (No Day But Today)” from “Rent.”

Which brings me to my next point: theatre. I absolutely LOVE theatre. We are so lucky to be in Saint Louis where there is an abundance of amateur, community, collegiate, and professional theatre. And, now that it’s springtime, we are entering one of theatre’s best seasons! The Fox has just released its new season lineup, which includes “The Addams Family” and Disney’s “The Lion King.” And, it’s not too long before The Muny kicks off its summer season with “Legally Blonde”!

If you’re looking for more economical tickets for a production, let me
remind you about Mustard Seed Theatre’s upcoming play, “Till We Have Faces,” which will be playing in Fontbonne’s Blackbox. Or, if you’re into Disney-Elton John collaborations, my high school, Notre Dame, will be doing “Aida” next weekend. I’ve been helping out with crew for it, and I can assure you that it will be an awesome production!

So get out there and see some shows. Then maybe you too will begin filling your iPod with showtunes!

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