PT is back!

Hi everyone! It’s been a while…

To keep a long story short, my intended hiatus lasted longer than expected as a I had severe medical emergency that ended up throwing off my whole summer. But I’m now healthy and ready to get back into this blog!

So to celebrate the return of Project Theatricality and to thank you all for sticking with this blog, a new review is coming out this Tuesday, October 3rd! It’s one I’m sure you’ll all like.

Unfortunately, I can’t promise weekly posts, as I am a senior high school and juggling college planning and time to engage in the theatre community is tricky. But I will promise to post whenever I can! Hope you all can understand where I’m at right now.

I’m hoping to get the Twitter going again, so make sure you’re following! As for the subject of Tuesday’s post, here’s one of my favorite tracks from it…

See you Tuesday!

 

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Hiatus!

Hi everyone! Hope you’ve all enjoyed the content I’ve been putting out these last few weeks.

Unfortunately, this next month is crazy busy for me with AP Exams and finals. So, I’ll be taking a hiatus from posting for the next month or so. But I’ll be back with a reaction to the Tony Awards! If you aren’t caught up, nominations came out today.

In the meantime, I’ll still be active on the Project Theatricality Twitter and you can check out last week’s post on how Hamilton became so popular! Thank you for understanding and see you in June.

Spring break hiatus!

Hi everyone!

Firstly, I’d like to apologize for the lack of posts yesterday. I’m really busy sorting out other things I have to get done before I leave for vacation tomorrow. I didn’t want to post a lackluster post just to stay on schedule. Hope you all can understand. But in the meantime, check out Tuesday’s post on theatre etiquette!

Secondly, I’ve mentioned briefly in previous posts that there’ll be no posts this coming Tuesday and Friday due to my spring break. But I’ll be back starting April 4th with a post about the controversy surrounding Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark and why it failed, then on April 7th with a analysis post on why so many non-theatre fans like Hamilton. That’s actually what I’ll be using the data from my Google survey for! You can still take it until then if you haven’t already.

I’ll try to update you all on the Project Theatricality Twitter, but if not, have a safe and great week! See you in April!