Sleuthing for Fun Home Spoilers

Sleuthing for Fun Home Spoilers

Me: Anything else you’d like to say for the blog readers Mohsin Sharif, director of Cabaret’s second mainstage production of the 2018-19 season, Fun Home?

Mohsin Sharif, director of Cabaret’s second mainstage production of the 2018-19 season, Fun Home: Dammit!! I just realized Katie infiltrated this production too!!! I saw her other blog posts and thought, “Well she may be able to pull one over on everyone else, but not for my show, no sir…”

Turns out I was duped by her master sleuthing skills once again, and I should give up on trying to outsmart her ‘cause it’s never gonna happen.”

Black Friday Comes Early with The 2018 Directors' Showcase

Black Friday Comes Early with The 2018 Directors' Showcase

“Look you guys. I take this blog very seriously. I want to do my best to report on Cabaret’s shows with utmost accuracy, and really get to the heart of the shows. With Directors’ Showcase, I quickly learned, the heart of the show is the directors. And since I have no sense of direction (one time I got lost in the stacks of Alexander Library for 45 minutes), I realized that my usual undercover method of reporting wouldn’t work for this show. I had to try something else to find out what Directors’ Showcase is all about.”

Significant Other: So Relatable it Hurts

Significant Other: So Relatable it Hurts

“Is your dating life trash? Is your dating life great? Are you happy in your current romantic relationship? Are you unhappy in your current romantic relationship? Are the last two questions not applicable to you? Do you love your friends? Do your friends piss you off? Do you feel supported by the people in your life? Do you sometimes feel completely and utterly alone?”

Old Friends: A Musical Rollercoaster of Emotions

Old Friends: A Musical Rollercoaster of Emotions

“I love revues. I’ve been fortunate enough to be a part of four back-to-school revues during my time here at Rutgers, including this one. What I love about revues is that they’re often full of familiar songs, but pulled from different places, all to create one full production. Being in a revue, I get the chance to sing songs I might never get the chance to sing otherwise. Watching a revue, audiences can experiences songs they may or may not have heard before in a different light from how they were originally performed.”