Friday, July 29, 2005

Julia Roberts on Broadway

Well, my dream has come true. Julia Roberts is going to star on Broadway. Okay. That's not really my dream - but it's fun to think about. I would love to go to New York and see her. Hurrah!

On another note, Rob and I watched the the 16th annual GLAAD Awards on Logo last night. It was hysterical. Liza Minnelli sang! It was so fun! She is crazy, weird, and brilliant.

Off the GLAAD Website:

Accompanied by Tony Award-winning lyricist and composer Marc Shaiman, Minnelli performed "What Makes a Man a Man" - a song written by Charles Aznavour in 1972. "This is a song by Charles Aznavour. He wrote it a long time ago. In fact, I've been singing it for the past 15 years all over the world," Minnelli said. "It's a beautiful song and it also reminds us just how far we've come, thanks in great part to GLAAD."

Tonight, we are going for happy hour with some work folks over to the Hard Rock Cafe/Hotel. And than to the Millenium Park Outdoor Theater to hear some Broadway Divas: Jan Horvath, Jodi Benson and Debbie Gravitte. It will be fun.

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