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My name is Lori Plyler and I’m a gleek.

Total. Gleek.
Curt had the best quote this week,

“Oh my gosh! I open my mouth and a little purse falls out!”

It’s so me!

Therefore I ask this earth shattering, thought provoking question…

Favorite musical?
Tell me about it…stud. (tee hee)

P.S. I was thrilled to get into an Etsy Fashion feature today. Eeeee!
Check it out.

7 Comments

  • It’s about time you got into the Etsy blog!Congrats!! your work is soooo deserving! I generally dislike musicals, except “white Christmas” (is that a musical? they do sing alot) but I love Glee!!!

  • Love Glee! (But missed this episode…will watch it tonight on Hulu!) I did a treasury for fun called Gleek Love. No one but me saw it but I think it was pretty cool.

    I love musicals. I have participated in several in my years in Community Theatre. My Fair Lady, Annie Get Your Gun, Fiddler on the Roof… but the one that I like best was the one time I played the lead… Hello, Dolly!

    I love all musicals though. Ones I have seen in the past few years… The Putnam County Spelling Bee is great, the Lion King on tour and Les Miserables at our local h.s. that was outstanding.

    Thanks for sharing!
    Enjoy the day!
    Erin

  • GLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE -Was that the best song EVER?!?!?! Never could imagine those two songs together – I think all 6 of us stopped and stared at the screen!!!

    God I love the old Movies like Singing in the rain and anythingwith Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers!!!I don’t think I could pick just one!

    Have a Great Day Lori : )

  • I’m new to Glee but am already hooked! I started watching it a couple of weeks ago when Ken went out of town, and I am loving it! I love the musical dance scenes.

    Favorite musical? I’d have to say Mamma Mia – saw it last year on Broadway with my mom and LOVED it – the live version was much better than the movie (though I still liked the movie, too).

    Sue

  • I watch Glee with my daughters, 14 and 17. We’ve been disappointed at times and sometimes I am really shocked at the content. We are in it for the music and enjoyed this week’s Singing in the Rain number. We are huge musical fans. My daughter and I made a list – we’ve seen over 30 live performances. The kids have been involved in grade school and high school productions – either in them or in the pit. I love being surprised by a musical – which I was with Jesus Christ Superstar and Jekyll and Hyde. I was not familiar with either of those prior to seeing but the music in JCS blows me away, as well as making you think in a different way (human nature of JC.) Same w/Jekyll/Hyde – like Wicked, makes you think about good vs. evil. Plus, some amazing music. Last professional musical I saw was Chicago and loved it! This year I’m going to see Les Mis. Saw a student version last summer, which was superb, in an old barn theater…one of the few remaining in the country.

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