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Tue, Oct. 12th, 2004 12:09 am
Tiffany and the Divas

Tonight was Tiffany's birthday party. Prior to, I had picked up a copy of West Side Story on DVD for her birthday present. She really seemed to enjoy that, so I'm glad. Prior to even that, I had picked up a birthday card, which I took around to as many people as I knew that she enjoyed spending time with to have them sign the card. It was pretty full by the time I gave it to her. She was impressed that I could get all the people I did get on there.

Anyway, the party was going out to the Old Speghetti Factory for dinner and then heading over to the Oregon Symphony for the "Broadway Divas" concert. There were about nine of us, so it made for a fun evening.

The concert itself was incredible. They had five singers (including a thirteen-year-old). each of them pulled off different personas for each song, depending on who made it famous. One lady sang "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend" and impersonated Carol Channing almost perfectly. There was also Liza Minelli (very good impersonation), Julie Andrews, Barbara Streisand, Audrey Hepburn, etc. The music was very well played and the performance was involving and just one of those shows that makes you feel good for having seen it.

I had the interesting privilege of sitting in between Stephanie and Katie. Made it more fun, but definitely was interesting...

Of course, now I have three copies of the Oregon Symphony booklet (which I'll keep as souveniers). I have to say that this is a good way to relieve a bit of stress (although it keeps me from doing homework - assuming I'd do it anyway). It's definitely a lot of fun.

Now, I have to write a paper before tomorrow, so I'm going to be up a bit late.... crap...

Current Mood: good good
Current Music: "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" -Kreiger and Barker