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  1. I’m a ride op at Legoland Cali which has led me to be pretty familiar with Legos! I recently went to Disneyland for the first time post covid and got to experience Rise of the Resistance for the first time ever, and that’s a whole story for another time. Anyway I thought I’d have some fun and make a model of the trackless ride vehicle using what I had at home (trust me it could’ve been a lot better if I had the whole park to my disposal, but I’m making this on my off day of work haha). I gave it three sets of wheels so it moved pretty smoothly, partially obscured by a layer of bricks to give it more of the trackless feel. Anyway this was just a fun little project so I hope you enjoy! (Also helps to have a lego AT-AT lying around!)
  2. Current release date is January 11, 2019. Yet it’s on Spotify as of today! I’m listening to it as I type this and the best word I have to describe it is ingenious! It’s funny, touching, and dangerously catchy. Definitely worth a listen!
  3. I’m pretty late with this, but I did see the touring production of Wicked a few weeks ago, and it was something to remember! With Jackie Burns and Kara Lindsay playing Elphaba and Glinda respectively, it was quite the spectacle! Kara Lindsay was absolutly historical with her unique take on Glinda, and Jackie Burns had everything to make the transformation from young, almost naive Elphaba to strong, passionate Elphaba. I did stagedoor afterwords, getting to meet both the witches, something I couldn’t believe was happening until after the fact . Anyway, if the show comes near you, I would 10/10 recommend going to see it! Classic Playbill-before-the-show picture Kara Lindsay is the sweetest! And I was quite starstuck as seen here And the same with Jackie Burns! She listened the whole time I was geeking out over the show And of course the signed Playbills!
  4. Just finished a run of Sound of Music as Rolf and understudying Max (were a children's theater so we cast very young lol). Forgot how much I loved that show, and of course all the adorable children in the production quickly became my new favorite people. It's always hard to close a show, but I've got auditions for my high school production of A Chorus Line in a few weeks, so at least I have that to look forward to. On as Max with these lovely people!
  5. A while back I purchased tickets for Wicked for when it comes to San Diego, little did I know the bit of news that came about a week ago. if you haven't heard yet Broadway's Kara Lindsay (Wicked, Newsies, Beautiful), Jackie Burns (Wicked, If/Then, Hair), and Mike Wartella (Wicked, Tuck Everlasting, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) are going to be reprising their Broadway roles as Glinda, Elphaba, and Boq (respectively), starting with the run in San Diego and continuing on for an unknown amount of time. Keep your eyes out to see if this show is coming near you (God, I sound like an advertiser eek ) cause I know I'm excited! https://www.broadway.com/buzz/193622/thank-goodness-broadway-faves-jackie-burns-kara-lindsay-will-return-to-the-national-tour-of-wicked/
  6. Screamscape I guess that could mean the announcement is in two days, but I'm not getting my hopes up (I mean you never know with Screamscape). It could just be a nod to the 16th-National Roller Coaster Day-then again, that would be the perfect day for an announcement.
  7. Yes, I'm ready for everything to be pumpkin flavored Do you prefer Google Docs over Microsoft Word
  8. Yes, Magic Mountain is my home park Have you ever randomly met up with someone you hadn't seen in years?
  9. 5/10 kinda interesting but weird with the 3-d Alton Towers
  10. I went up to the park on Monday with some friends who had never gone, and I noticed something about Goliath. It's been a tradition for me to wait it out for front row every time, ever since my brother took me on it for the first time, and one of my friends decided to wait with me, while the rest banked for a middle seat. My friend and I came off having a much bigger reaction then the rest of our friends, and I was wondering, for anyone who has done both front seat and middle/back seats if there really is a big difference between the ride experience.
  11. ahhhhh you have a point They'll have time to fix it up before Broadway though, I'm still see a bright future for the show!
  12. So excited to see Aaron Tveit back on Broadway, it looks amazing!
  13. Don't forget to catch Bandstand at a local movie theater June 25 and 28. I've loved this show for a while and I'm psyched to finally be able to see it. I'll drop the link down here. https://www.fathomevents.com/events/bandstand For those of you who saw Newsies in theaters, it'll be similar to that.
  14. It's interesting to see that this is one of the longest breaks MM has had from building roller coasters for a while, with the last roller coaster being built being Hot Rod Racers in 2014, and the last full scale one being Full Throttle in '13, not counting Twisted Colossus being revamped in 2015. The last break close to this long was from 1994 (Batman) to 1997 (Superman) (please correct me if I'm wrong oof) and that wasn't even that long. It seems we should be in for a real treat when Six Flags finally decides to give MM (or any other Six Flags park for that matter) another coaster. *edit: It seems whenever I try to type in "Full Throttle" (built in 2013, first top hat and largest loop at the time) the site changes it to YOLOcoaster. It is not a typo
  15. Even if the coaster isn't too great, theming is absolutely fantastic!
  16. Costs are quite interesting. Prices depend on seating, so better seats cost more, but it can be anywhere from $205 to $822. I'll put a picture below. This is for all 7 shows of the season
  17. This season looks AMAZING!!! Beautiful and Come From Away are both on my must-see list! Over in San Diego, our 2018-19 season is looking pretty nice too. Definitely excited for Beautiful, Wicked, and Waitress! Hopefully, I'll be able to make them all. On a separate note, how many people have seen The Greatest Showman, and what are your opinions on it? I saw it a while back and loved it, but reviews for it have been mixed. I thought the music was amazing (seriously, can you ever go wrong with Pasek and Paul?) and the plot, while not perfect, was pretty strong. Anyway, interested to hear what Y'all think.
  18. I'm still not being able to rank the coasters. It might just be me being stupid, but I just thought I'd let you know.
  19. Hi, my ranking isn't working. I might be doing something wrong (I'm dragging and dropping above the line like the instructions say), so any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  20. Matterhorn Bobsleds at Disneyland. After that was Ninja at SFMM.
  21. I have yet to ride a Zamperla Volare, but now I know not to (not that it looks too appealing in the first place). Thank you TPR!
  22. Earlier today I got back from seeing "Tuck Everlasting" at San Diego Junior Theatre, which was an altogether amazing performance. The cast was all made up of kids, the leads were almost all in high school, whereas the ensemble ranged from elementary to high school. Taking into consideration the ages, this was a spectacular show. The subject matter in the show is very deep, and thought-provoking and all of the themes were expressed clearly as was the morale of the story. The sets were pretty good, nothing spectacular, but they had a fully climbable tree made mostly out of spray-painted pool noodles, which was pretty impressive . The costumes and wigs were amazing and very detailed. Unfortunitually, the fake mustaches were not too durable, as seen by one poor character during his comedic duet, when his mustache started falling off and he was doing everything he could to get it back on. That was the most the audience laughed the whole time. The ensemble was amazing! All the harmonies were crisp and clear, and the dancing was just about as good as amateur performing goes. The one complaint I would have was one of the leads, who was an amazing actor but had some trouble with his singing matching the time period. The show is set in the 1890s, but his singing was very whiny/pop-y, like the kind of singing pop stars use. In some songs, it would just abolish the mood. Afterwards, there was a meet-and-greet where I got to meet some of the characters, who were all very nice and appreciative of my compliments. Altogether it was a spectacular experience!
  23. This is just absolutely incredible! I wish I could make something like this, but I'm still learning RCT.
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