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savannah saved to Opera Houses
His eyes lingered on my face, the wicked glint it held suggesting that he had something in mind. I raised a perfect eyebrow at him, and he flashed me a devilish, cunning smile. ❝ Why don't we do it? ❞ he proposed, his voice deliciously husky. ❝ No strings attached. Just sex. ❞ ──────────────── He wanted a story. She was looking for an escape. Dylan Ashby and Blaire Harrington have known each other since middle school, and they've been at each other's throats until separating after high…
Anyuenkh saved to Quick Saves
No matter how much passion you have for the theater, bringing professional productions to life requires that you not only hone your artistic consciousness in choosing the right scripts and best actors but assembling a team of legal, financial, media and technical experts who can ignite stage fever and keep audience ...
Kara Cantrell saved to Livin' the Dream
The Grand Lake Theater I, Oakland, 2014. | 21 Beautiful Pictures Of Empty Cinemas
Rena Lewis saved to Amazing!
The Royal Opera House is one of the most impressive theatres in the world. Yes, Paris and Moscow have incredibly ornate theatres that are featured in countless photoshoots. However, the impressive history behind the Royal Ballet and the Royal Opera are part of what makes […]
Ahmed Saleh saved to Architecture
Upon William Henry Vanderbilt's death, he left his side of the Vanderbilt triple palace in New York City, which he had built for him and his daughters, to his youngest son George Vanderbilt. Upon George Vanderbilt's death it was to pass to George's eldest son, if he had a son. George Vanderbilt died without a son, so the Vanderbilt mansion at 640 Fifth Avenue, along with $1 million, passed to the eldest son of the eldest son of William Henry Vanderbilt, Cornelius Vanderbilt III and his wife…
Jill Spalding saved to gilded age/years following
October is a big theatre month for me! Remember that contest I said I entered at Ballet in the Park? Well, it turns out that I won!! This is pretty amazing because a) I don’t typically ever win anything, and 2) I actually tried for […]
Photo Credit: Weatherbox, via Free Images If you are a theater buff like me, you love to get a peek backstage. The pretty set and lights up front are nice, but if you are a true thespian, you want to get a look at the script, talk to the set designer, and see how...
Holly Solomon saved to Testimony Tuesday
ovvero: come dopo un lungo percorso si sia arrivati a comprendere che anche i dritti possano essere mancini
Art Kent saved to Theater Design