So this is what NY has been for me. I went to watch Beautiful and it was an outstanding show, and you could see exactly why Jessie Mueller got her tony. I also went to see Audra McDonald in Lady Day but unfortunately she did not perform that night, in her place they summoned the spirit of Billie Holiday and that’s what I saw onstage. The most unforgettable performance I have ever seen, you can see how she got her 6 tonys! My friend got me a Playbill signed by the entire cast of Hearthers, it closed before I got here and she knew how I was dying to watch that show, so she went after the cast to get me this :D she is the best. She also took me to watch something that I’ve been dreaming to see for 5 years, a performance by Joe Iconis and his family. And it took place on the famous 54 Below!!! Words are not enough to express what I felt on the audience banging my head and singing along to Rosalie, Everybody’s At The Bar, The Goodbye Song, and of course my all time favourite (that got me crying like a baby) Albuquerque Anyway. Plus I got that selfie with Joe himself, one of my biggest heroes! I went to Sleep No More, something I’ve also been wanting for a long time, and I regret not having sold all my belongings to go other 7 times. I got two 1-on-1s, had a very intimate and beautiful moment with a nurse, saw the prophecy orgy, it was all I was hoping it would be! That little paper right there says that (after 4 days trying) I won the lottery to see Matilda!!! I’ve been in love with this show ever since the Oliver awards and know all songs by heart, but I was not prepared for the impeccable and flawless way it was performed onstage. The choreography, the set, the jokes, it is a show with no mistakes and nothing in it isn’t genius. Plus I was extra lucky cause the girl playing Matilda was on her last show, so it was very special, you could feel how the entire cast was feeling and she gave 300%, and that girl got so much talent that you can imagine how incredible her performance was.

But talking about luck, I want to take you guys back to March 29th of 2012. As some of you who follow me long enough might know, this was the last day of my first trip to NY, and coincidentally the first time Newsies was ever performed here in New York. And as you know, I got myself a ticket for that debut performance, so you can guess what my surprise was to learn that on August 24th the show would close. And that I was gonna be here. The Universe whispered some Seize The Day in my ear, cause it took me to go on the line for this historical performance, at 9am, for free lottery tickets. Yes, Disney was offering free tickets on that last lottery, and not only that, it was 100 TICKETS. And guess who got one of them? Yes guys, I did the full circle, first and last show of this movie/musical hat is so important and dear to me. I don’t have to say how much I cried and clapped and yelled during it, my hands were sore for not being put to rest for more than 15 minutes. But it gets better. After it ended, most of the audience went to get pictures and signatures from the cast. And I was going to, cause I had the full cast of the first day sign my Playbill, so it would be nice to have the last one as well. But as I was walking towards the cap-wearing crowd, someone else appeared in the corner of my eye and I knew it was him. I skipped some sits, ran through some very important people, got to him, and trembling, showed my clean playbill and a marker to that man, used the air that I did not have in my lungs to ask “Would you mind?”. And after watching him sign my Playbill, while I was trying to thank him for all that he has done in his entire career, I got out of the Nederlander Theater, crying more tears than I knew I had, still shaking, and not believing that in my hands I had the very last Playbill of Newsies signed by the legend, the master, the one and only, Alan Menken.

They were calling me Linguini because of the hat, so I went to France and took this

They were calling me Linguini because of the hat, so I went to France and took this

Some pics of the last week. Been missing American food so much!

I am legitimately wiping tears of my face right now

Never have I ever reacted so intensely to a casting holy shit

Kristin has been announced to play Maleficent in Descendants, I’m very sorry Jolie, you just became entirely irrelevant forever.

Disney pick up line: Lets have SFX

I bet I’m right

I bet I’m right

I’ve been planning my arrival <3

I land in orlando on may 25th at 3pm.

then I’m gonna eat in the airport and wait, maybe sleep a little by my bags, because at 9am on the 26th my friends arrive and we go to Art of Animation where we already have a room booked, then we leave our bags and go to the Nemo pool, then we shower and go to Downtown to eat at Earl, then we stay at DTD untill they close, go back to our hotel room with drinks and party all night.

Then the next day we wake up and go have a Disney hotel breakfast <3 then we head up to Vista for our check in, leave the baggage and go do our wallmart, leave the groceries and go to the florida mall to get our phone chips and im gnna buy some clothes, then at night whatever party there is 

BUT IT’S ALL STILL 45 DAYS AWAY AAAAARGH

I only have trust issues because they left Vanessa out of The Little Mermaid musical

I think it’s done…

I might not wear the gloves because they are really tight..

I’m proud of it, even if not as many people might recognize the character the way they did with my Woody costume, I think I’m gonna have fun either way…

Just finished sewing this vest from scratch! I&#8217;ve never done anything remotely like this, took me 6/7 hours!
I don&#8217;t own a sewing machine, so it was just me, a needle, line, scissors, enough fabric to make only one vest (so screwing it up was NOT an option, and a playlist of weird musical stuff. I&#8217;m exhausted, but it&#8217;s so overwhelming to end something like this. I made this with my hands and that feels good!
Maybe I&#8217;ll sew some buttons on it tomorrow, it feels way too casual for Mad Hatter.

Just finished sewing this vest from scratch! I’ve never done anything remotely like this, took me 6/7 hours!
I don’t own a sewing machine, so it was just me, a needle, line, scissors, enough fabric to make only one vest (so screwing it up was NOT an option, and a playlist of weird musical stuff. I’m exhausted, but it’s so overwhelming to end something like this. I made this with my hands and that feels good!
Maybe I’ll sew some buttons on it tomorrow, it feels way too casual for Mad Hatter.