All things Sondheim, namely Into the Woods, Assassins, Sweeney
Todd, Company, Anyone Can Whistle. Urinetown. The Last 5 Years. The
Pirates of Penzance. Little Shop of Horrors. The Drowsy Chaperone.
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Xanadu. Rock of Ages.
Lysistrata Jones. Newsies. The Producers. Spamalot. Billy Elliott.
Gypsy. 1776. Where's Charley? Peter Pan. Kiss Me, Kate. Anything
Arcadia. All things Moliere (Tartuffe, Imaginary Invalid).
Tennessee Williams (Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Glass Menagerie). David
Lindsay-Abaire (Rabbit Hole, Good People). Ken Ludwig (Lend Me a
Tenor). David Ives (funny things, adaptations like The Liar and
School for Lies, and Venus in Fur). Proof. Peter and the
Starcatcher. The Pillowman. Cock. Sons of the Prophet. If There Is
I Haven't Found It Yet. The Importance of Being Earnest. The 39
The Little Prince. A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius. The
Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime. Memoirs in general,
well, of people I like. Books about theatre (history, craft). A
Tale of Two Cities. Of Mice and Men. The Things They Carried. Three
Cups of Tea. A Wrinkle in Time (and that whole series). Franny and
Zoey. The Pigman. To Kill a Mockingbird.
Amelie. Christopher Guest (Waiting for Guffman, A Mighty Wind, Best
in Show, For Your Consideration). Mel Brooks (The Producers, Young
Frankenstein). Bringing Up Baby. Clueless. Billy Elliott. Willy
Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Singin in the Rain. Holiday Inn.
Finding Neverland. Disney (Peter Pan, Cinderella, Beauty and the
Beast, Hunchback of Notre Dame, The Lion King, Mary Poppins, Alice
in Wonderland, Pocahontas). Pixar (Toy Story 1 2 and 3, Wall-E,
Ratatouille, Up, Finding Nemo). Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Garden
State. Midnight in Paris. The King's Speech. Muppets (Muppet Movie,
Muppet Christmas Carol, The Muppets, Muppets Take Manhattan).
Psych. Modern Family. Dead Like Me. Wonderfalls. Outsourced. I Love
Lucy. Cheers. Friends. Seinfeld. Buffy. House. Slings and Arrows.
Scrubs. Mythbusters. Ace of Cakes. Mad About You. 3rd Rock from the
Sun. Drew Carey.
Well, besides the thousants of hours of Musical Theatre on my
ipod... Classic Rock is probably the best moniker, but that doesn't
really describe it either. Let's say Paul Simon (with or without
Garfunkel... and this is where I wish there was the plus-or-minus
sign on the keyboard), Phil Collins, James Taylor, Carole King,
Beatles (like everyone), Queen, The Who, Aerosmith, Barenaked
Ladies, and of course gotta have some Copland and Mozart and Sousa
and Verdi to feel all intellectual. And *NSYNC for those days I
just really miss the late '90s.