dancing in limbo

It was one of those days. I woke up and nobody was home. My brother and my Dad had a shoot and so I had the house all to myself. I wasn't feeling all so put together and decided to stay home. I started working and I came across one of my projects slowly going…Read more dancing in limbo

joining the ninja army

This entry is going to be all about So You Think You Can Dance (season 9) and Cole Horibe. I'm going to be highly emotional and my usual heart-on-my-sleeve-and-cards-on-the-table honest with everything I am feeling. If this is not your thing, just skip this post. I'm horrendously passionate about this show and I'm horrendously passionate…Read more joining the ninja army

Step Up Revolution: A Step Forward and a Half Step Back

Again, here's another review I did for the film Step Up Revolution. I would've watched it anyway even if it wasn't for work. I love dancing and it's a particular frustration of mine. I could have been a dancer. I said "no" when my parents asked me if I wanted to take up dance classes…Read more Step Up Revolution: A Step Forward and a Half Step Back

the busy-ness

Work and play. My time has been taken over completely by all the things I want to do and have to do. Working like a dog and playing like a dog. I'll hold on to the metaphor, if you don't mind. What's nice about this current set up that I have is that most of…Read more the busy-ness

Pour Some Sugar on Me: a review of Rock of Ages

I came into this film prepared to hate it beyond end. I went to watch it because I think Catherine Zeta-Jones playing a conservative zealot and singing and dancing like she did in Chicago. At the same time, I grew up listening to musicals written by Kander and Ebb, Maury Yeston, Oscar and Hammerstein, Stephen…Read more Pour Some Sugar on Me: a review of Rock of Ages

The Born This Way Ball — Manila, 2012

I originally planned to write a sort of review of my experience of Lady GaGa's Born This Way Ball in Manila, the second of two concerts, in an earlier post but I ended up writing about the protesters and defending Lady GaGa. I really wanted to talk about my experience at The Born This Way…Read more The Born This Way Ball — Manila, 2012