I am so upset that there’s only 6 episodes left of 30 Rock.
I can’t take this Garnier commercial starring Tina Fey seriously because it just seems like something she would do ironically. I keep waiting for her to make some joke, fall over or do something Liz Lemon-like.
But she is looking as babein’ as ever. Also she did a more humorous follow-up.
My pay was sitting there innocently in my bank account, my wish list was growing, and then to make it worse my inbox was suddenly filled with special offers. So here’s the result:
- An Evening with Stephen Sondheim
- South Pacific
- Hahn-Bin’s Till Dawn Sunday
- We’re Gonna Die (with Young Jean Lee)
- Schaubühne Berlin’s modern adaptation of Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People
Goodbye money, hello theatre. So far this year I’m averaging 1.5 shows per week and I am so very happy.
Then Victorian Opera just announced Sunday in the Park with George, Malthouse Theatre released a fairly killer season, I still haven’t booked for Opera Australia’s 2013 Season and there’s stillA Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Melbourne Fringe and Melbourne International Arts Festival shows left to book!
PS: If any of my Melburnian peeps out there ever want to see something please tell me because I am seeing all five of the shows I booked today alone (which I don’t mind, but sometimes I need to express my show-related feelings with someone post-performance).
I want to go to there.
One of the many moments from this week’s episode of 30 Rock that made me laugh very loudly. While Tina Fey’s screen time was decreased there were the added bonuses of an Elaine Stritch guest appearance and a focus on Jenna and her relationship with one of the Woggles (a not so loving take off of Australia’s Wiggles).
Patti LuPone as Silvia Rossitano on 30 Rock
— Alexis Goodlooking and the Case of the Missing Whisky (#6.9)
Sometimes it hurts to know that perfect people do actually exist.