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STARKID TAKES MANHATTAN

thefandomsaremysanctuary:

lauren’s reaction: are you fucking kidding me

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cause that princess is hella tight

cause that princess is hella tight

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jimthepovolo:

"Well, the year was 2009 and Starkid,well, they had to take that show off the internet and a week later they put it back up under the name of 'A Very Potter Musical' and since then our lives have changed forever! I mean we're so different, I used to be chubby, I'm not chubby any more! Anyways, five years later, starkid has done seven full length musicals with stuff about bugs in outer space, or superman and batman, genitalia, even that ugly old ja'far. But there’s one concept that we’re always coming back to and that is...HARRY FREAKIN' POTTER"

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hypable:

Hypable talks with Team StarKid members Brian Holden, Jaime Lyn Beatty, Clark Baxtresser and Jeff Blim in an exclusive interview about StarKid Takes Manhattan and the group’s summer season.
Team StarKid brought their special brand of fandom pandemonium to New York City’s Irving Plaza this weekend for StarKid Takes Manhattan, a one-day-only, two-show engagement commemorating the fifth anniversary of A Very Potter Musical.
After the matinee performance, we went behind the scenes at StarKid Takes Manhattan to chat with some of Team StarKid about the experience of putting together this unique concert event, and about Ani and The Trail to Oregon!, the two brand-new musicals that the group will be launching this summer.
Hypable: So that was StarKid Takes Manhattan, part one – how are you all doing right now?
Brian Holden: Pretty good. Feeling pretty good.
Jaime Lyn Beatty: Sad!
Brian: Why do you feel sad?
Jaime, you cried when we spoke about A Very Potter Senior Year, and you cried again during today’s show!
Jaime: I always cry. I just get emotional about anniversaries.
Because this is the fifth anniversary of A Very Potter Musical’s live performance! But you didn’t know that when you booked this show.
Brian: We really didn’t. Nick and I were trying to come up with a name for the show and we just said “StarKid Takes Manhattan, that’s fine,” and we were going to originally come out dressed in, like, classic New York garb. Like gangster stuff or Newsies stuff or Ninja Turtle stuff or Godzilla or something – actually Ghostbusters would have been another good one – but then a week later we were trying to think of different ways to make this appeal to people. And we realized, “That is almost exactly on the five year anniversary of A Very Potter Musical.” And then we started looking through old notebooks and found some cool stuff, so we thought that was a good idea.
Read the full interview at Hypable.com

hypable:

Hypable talks with Team StarKid members Brian Holden, Jaime Lyn Beatty, Clark Baxtresser and Jeff Blim in an exclusive interview about StarKid Takes Manhattan and the group’s summer season.

Team StarKid brought their special brand of fandom pandemonium to New York City’s Irving Plaza this weekend for StarKid Takes Manhattan, a one-day-only, two-show engagement commemorating the fifth anniversary of A Very Potter Musical.

After the matinee performance, we went behind the scenes at StarKid Takes Manhattan to chat with some of Team StarKid about the experience of putting together this unique concert event, and about Ani and The Trail to Oregon!, the two brand-new musicals that the group will be launching this summer.

Hypable: So that was StarKid Takes Manhattan, part one – how are you all doing right now?

Brian Holden: Pretty good. Feeling pretty good.

Jaime Lyn Beatty: Sad!

Brian: Why do you feel sad?

Jaime, you cried when we spoke about A Very Potter Senior Year, and you cried again during today’s show!

Jaime: I always cry. I just get emotional about anniversaries.

Because this is the fifth anniversary of A Very Potter Musical’s live performance! But you didn’t know that when you booked this show.

Brian: We really didn’t. Nick and I were trying to come up with a name for the show and we just said “StarKid Takes Manhattan, that’s fine,” and we were going to originally come out dressed in, like, classic New York garb. Like gangster stuff or Newsies stuff or Ninja Turtle stuff or Godzilla or something – actually Ghostbusters would have been another good one – but then a week later we were trying to think of different ways to make this appeal to people. And we realized, “That is almost exactly on the five year anniversary of A Very Potter Musical.” And then we started looking through old notebooks and found some cool stuff, so we thought that was a good idea.

Read the full interview at Hypable.com

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Starkid Takes Manhattan 4.12.14

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jenlouisecoleman:

Starkid Takes Manhattan. April 12, 2014. 1:30 pm.

fenchurch-dent:

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fenchurch-dent:

starkid takes manhattan
irving plaza
april 12, 2014
6pm show

starkid takes manhattan

averystarkidblogg:

Hey Guys!

Here are a few of my pictures from Starkid Takes Manhattan! Enjoy!

-Brielle

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