Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Booze and Broadway

I guess I'm back finally. Did you miss me? I missed you. I've got so much to talk about I don't even know where to start. My life has been full of exciting stuff. And it's weird!

Everybody has a bucket list. And if you say you don't, I don't believe you. Although mine isn't written anywhere on this blog, I keep a running list in my head. I mean, it's kind of hard to forget amazing shit you want to do. Anyway, on this pretty little list of mine, one of the biggest things I had to do is see a show on/from Broadway. And this girl finally got to do it!!

Last Tuesday, I got to see The Lion King!!!!! The one Broadway show that I had to see before I kicked the bucket. I still can't believe I got to see it.

My mom, Teagan, Wife, Auntie, Grandma, my cousin Josh, and one of my auntie's other nieces all went to Tulsa to see it. And it was fucking amazing. I'd be lying if I said I didn't cry. I was just so excited and had this rush of emotions and crying is what happens when I have a rush of emotions. Lion King is one of my most favorite movies of ever. I watched and rewatched it when I was little. So this was a big deal.

Plus, I got some booze out of the whole thing. Ummm yes! But, when you go to OK, be careful. They have some stupid liquor laws such as there beer doesn't have as much alcohol in it as the beer in Missouri. So drink a little more to make up for it. Then again, Missouri has some of the loosest liquor laws in all the land. =) One more reason I don't know if I could move away.

The show itself was just amazing. Fucking amazing. Whatever I was expecting was blown away. Some of the actors had the character's voices down perfect. Especially Scar and Zazu. I can't imagine how much work these people put into these shows. They were flawless. To go from a big stage in NYC to one probably half the size in Tulsa, that takes talent. I can't even pick a favorite part because it's all my favorite. And our seats were in the second row right behind the orchestra. Amazing seats. Just amazing!

My mom lost her shit driving there. And it wasn't funny at the time but it is now. I thought she was gonna kill us. Or somebody else. She hates getting lost as to where myself and the Wife enjoy it. It adds more adventure. Apparently not. And she reads this blog so I can't wait to hear what she has to say.


Outfit choice. I look like a chunk but I've perfected one hand on the hip. Ladies, take it from me,
don't ever let a man take pictures of you. You'll always look fat. 


Teagan and Wife. Drinking too much mountain dew. 


We made it.





the ticket, the building, my program to keep forever and ever, and the back ground before it started. 

Unfortunately, but totally understandable, you can't take any pictures of the show. I get this but at the same time it kinda blows. 


She was tired of me and this face proves it.

One of the coolest things about this theater was that they served booze. I mean, I haven't been to very many theaters but I didn't think that they would have my favorite past time ready to go. When we got there I just had a beer because I was in a hurry to order. Who am I kidding, I just love beer. Yum. They also let you pre-order drinks for intermission. And my choice was some bubbly. Because champagne makes anything classy. Right? I didn't even have to wait in line for it. They set up this nice little table with all the drinks on them. When you pre-ordered you got a little card with a number. All you had to do was find your number, grab your drink, and chug that shit because you only got 15 minutes. And if you're with my Wife, you'll have to chug hers too because she won't like it. And then you'll be tipsy watching the rest of the Lion King and you'll have to pee so bad you can't sit still. 


Gettin' my drink on.



I tried to be artsy because the wife said so. I think it looks dumb. But hey here's a picture of some bubbly.



The trailer.


After it was over the first thing out of my mouth was "Let's watch it again!" I could have sat there and not moved, except to get more bubbly and use the ladies, and watched it all over again. I'm 54683 % sure that each time you watch it you notice more and more. So if you ever want to take me out, here's your chance. Just take me to a broadway show and I'm yours forever. And Ever. 

7 comments:

Stephanie said...

booze + The Lion King?! What could be better than that?! :)

Jordan said...

I've never been interested in musicals but you make it sounds like I need to add it to my bucket list stat! And champagne and beer are my two faves and this is why you're my fave. Glad you had fun!

Alex[andra] said...

I love broadway shows! I try to see as many as I can, but they're expensive. :(

I haven't had a chance to see the Lion King but I'm glad you got to!

Lion King has to be my favourite movie of all time, so I can't imagine how amazing the production must have been!

Monica V said...

The Lion King was my first Broadway show too! Love it :) Glad you had such a great time!!!

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Brandy said...

You looked great! & I agree, some guys just don't get how to take proper pictures. And I just want you to know that I'm jealous! I have tossed around wanting to go to a Broadway show & The Lion King was one of the first ones I was like "yes, let's see this one" to. So..I'm glad you liked it cause now I feel like it's a must! lol
I do want to see a show though! Real bad!
& Booze too?! Heck yes!

Stephanie said...

That's awesome!! I love that they have booze, might just entice me to go now :)

Erin said...

yay! I love going to shows. the lion king is amazing! glad you had fun and got your drank on.