For once, I don’t really have anything to write. (I’m a little speechless, so I’m asking YOU.)
My friends: Richie, Jeff, Belinda, Mickey, Tony and Arlene.
If you loved Shotgun Wedding: The Musical, please tell us on this blog. If you didn’t get to see it, tell us you want another chance!
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Tagged 1990s, 1993, 90s, carlos bulosan theatre, catherine hernandez, leonard cervantes, mississauga, old school, old skool, quixotic theatre, renna reddie, toronto, toronto fringe festival
If 1993 seemed like it was all about the ladies, well… it probably was, as far as music goes anyway. At our high school, it was all about guys singing to girls, guys asking girls out, guys asking girls to the prom — whatever. That’s a lot of pressure! If you want to know where adult gender role expectations originated, it was probably high school.
You SO CRAZY.... ____(fill in the blank)_____!!!
At least Salt ‘n’ Pepa thought of the GUYS for just a second when they did ‘Whatta Man’. Continue reading
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Tagged 1990, 1993, back in the day, carlos bulosan theatre, catherine hernandez, hip-hop, kierscey rand, ladies first, len cervantes, leonard cervantes, old school, old skool, rap, retro, salt n pepa, shotgun wedding the musical, theatre