Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Disney's The Lion King

The Lion KingNovember 13. 1997? Care to guess what happened on that date? Well if you read the title of my blog, you can probably guess that was the day that The Lion King officially opened on the Great White Way. The show, which not only won the 1998 Tony Award for Best Musical of the Year, is also the highest grossing show in Broadway history.

Pretty good for a show based on an animated film.Now those that know me, know that I'm not exactly the biggest Disney fan in the world. In fact, I've never even seen The Lion King. Not the movie, nor the Broadway show. But I'm not and idiot. Disney has been a force on Broadway ever since the premier of Beauty and the Beast in 1994.

That's twenty-five years for those of you keeping count. Now the truth is, it really doesn't matter what you think. Disney is here to stay my friends.And even though it may not be my cup of tea, I have to applaud them for their originality and the fact that their productions are always at the highest quality. Plus if it wasn't for them, most children might never get the chance to see a Broadway show. For that and that alone, they deserve the highest of the praise. Congratulations to The Lion King for thirteen amazing years on Broadway. Until next time theatre fans.

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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Two-Time Tony Award Winner Tootsie To Close

TootsieI can't remember the last time I was this upset about a show closing. Yes I can. It was 2008, and it was announced that my favorite show of all time, Rent, was closing after a run of twelve years. By the way, not only was it my favorite show of all time, but I saw it over twenty-five times.

Now here we are eleven years later, and another favorite of mine is closing. Tootsie, will play it's final performance at the Marquis Theatre on January 5, 2020. When it closes, it will have played a total of twenty-five previews, and two hundred and ninety-three performances.

Now while I didn't see the show twenty-five times, it is by far one of the funniest Broadway shows that I have seen in years. The truth is,that while the show got some of the best reviews of last season, it just wasn't a hit at the box office.

I mean let's face it. Not every show can be a blockbuster like Hamilton or The Lion King. Then there are shows like Beetlejuice, which I also loved by the way, that didn't get the greatest reviews, but is still selling well. That's just business I guess. Doesn't mean that I have to like it. Until next time theatre fans.

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Monday, November 11, 2019

Revival Of Slava's Snowshow To Begin Performances Tonight On Broadway

Slava's SnowshowNow I'll be honest, when Slava's Snowshow first arrived here in New York back in 2004, I wasn't sure what to expect. In fact, all I knew was that it had premiered in Moscow, eleven years prior, and that it was described as ,"A celebration of winter and snow, featuring a group of clowns. One green, and one yellow. "

Not exactly my type of show. Cut to 2008, and we get an invite to see the show during it's original Broadway run. That production, which played a limited engagement at the Helen Hayes Theatre, was nominated in 2009 for The Tony Award for Best Special Theatrical Event, losing to the one and only Liza Minnelli.

This new production is scheduled to run thru January 5 at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre. Now for those of you who want tickets to see Slava's Snowshow on Broadway, you have come to the right place. We sell it. Plus if you call right now, you can tickets to see the show at prices that can't be beat. Be advised that while this "Special Offer" is good thru December 13, it is for select seats only, and as always subject to availability. Get your tickets to see Slava's Snowshow on Broadway at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre. Until next time theatre fans.

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Sunday, November 10, 2019

Customer Story

WickedToday's customer story comes all the way from the great state of Michigan. Ann Arbor to be exact. A few days ago, I got a call from a woman, who came to us via her travel agent. She was planning a trip with her daughter to New York, and wanted to see a show or two while they were here. Correction. She wanted to see three shows.

But wait. There's more. Because they were only going to be here for less than forty-eight hours, they decided to see all three shows in one day. Now I love going to the theatre, but three shows in one day? I can barely handle one a week. So anyway, after finding out when they would be here, I asked her what she wanted to see.

Her choices were the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, Dear Evan Hansen, and Wicked. Three great choices right? Now because she wanted to see all three shows in one day, she knew that she would probably be running from show to show, with little time between each one. Thankfully for her, Radio City had a show at 9:00am, which meant she had four hours until Dear Evan Hansen.

Which would give her plenty of time to see the tree, a little shopping, and a bite to eat. Her third and final show, Wicked, was at 7pm. An hour and a half after Dear Evan Hansen. Plenty of time for a snack or a nice walk thru Times Square. Oh and did I mention that I was able to get her great seats for all three shows, and a rates that was lower than she was expecting. Not only that, but I was able to help her find some great places to eat while they were here. Another satisfied customer. Will you be next?

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Saturday, November 09, 2019

Upcoming Revival Of West Side Story Announces Changes To Show Prior To Broadway Opening

I am at a loss for words. Trust me when I say that doesn't happen very often. It was just announced, that the new revival of West Side Story has made a few changes to this beloved musical. The show, which is being directed by Tony Award winner Ivan Van Hove, is set to begin previews at the Broadway Theatre on December 10, with opening night scheduled for February 6.

Now before I get into the new changes, I am a little confused as to why a show that opened sixty-two years ago needs eight weeks of previews. I don't know, maybe the radical changes that were announced today is why. So what are these changes you ask? Well for starters, the show which has always had a running time of about two and half hours, will now be performed without an intermission.

So what does that mean?Well if you haven't figured it out, there will be a few cuts. What cuts you ask? Oh nothing major. Just the "Somewhere" ballet, along with one of the shows most famous songs, "I Feel Pretty". I'll say it again. What? Now when it comes to revivals, I am all in favor of trying something new. After all, what's the point of doing a revival if you are not going to bring something new to it.

Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe these are the types of changes the show needs. We shall see. Now for those of you want tickets to see West Side Story, you are in luck. We sell it. Plus if you call right now, you can get tickets to see the show at some amazing prices. Be advised that while this "Special Offer" is good thru June 7, it is for select seats only, and as always subject to availability. Get your tickets to see West Side Story on Broadway at the Broadway Theatre. Until next time theatre fans.

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Friday, November 08, 2019

Tina: The Tina Turner The Musical Reviews

Tina: The Tina Turner MusicalThat's right theatre fans. It's that time once again. Time to celebrate another show opening on the Great White Way. Last night, the new musical Tina:The Tina Turner Musical, officially opened at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre. The show, which first premiered in March 2018 at the Aldwych Theatre in London, features a book by award wining playwright Katori Hall ( The Mountaintop), and direction by Phyllida Lloyd (Mamma Mia). So what did the critic's have to say? Let's find out.

Broadway News

The Daily Beast

Deadline

Entertainment Weekly

The Hollywood Reporter

New York Daily News

New York Magazine

The New York Times

NY1

Observer

Rolling Stone

Time Out New York

Variety

The Washington Post

The Wrap

By the way, for those of you who want tickets to see Tina:The Tina Turner Musical, you have come to the right place. We sell it. In fact, we sell tickets to each and every new show set to open this season. Get your tickets to see Tina: The Tina Turner Musical  on Broadway at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre. Until next time theatre fans.


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Thursday, November 07, 2019

2019 Radio City Christmas Spectacular To Begin Performances Tonight

Christmas SpectacularThat's right theatre fans. The holiday's are finally here. O.K. O.K. I know it's only November 7. It doesn't mean that you can't celebrate a little early right?

This New York institution, which will play thru January 5, 2020, first premiered in 1933 at the historic Radio City Music Hall.That's eighty-six years for those of you mathematicians.

Now believe it or not, but in all the years that I have lived here, I have never seen the show.I know. Shocking right? Oh well. I'm sure I will see it one day. I mean it's not like it's going anywhere anytime soon.

Now for those of you who want tickets to see this year's edition of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, you are in luck. We sell it. Plus if you call right now, you can get tickets to see the show for prices that can't be beat. Be advised that while this "Special Offer" is good thru January 5, it is for select seats, and as always subject to availability.

Quick note. Performances from Thanksgiving thru Christmas are extremely popular, not too mention more expensive than any other time. However sometimes the early morning shows, (9:00am), and the last night shows (10:00pm) are sometimes cheaper. Get your tickets to see the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, featuring the Rockettes. Your holiday's won't be the same without it.

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Wednesday, November 06, 2019

Broadway Revival Of Stephen Sondheim's Company Starring Tony Award Winners Katrina Lenk And Patti LuPone Is Now On Sale

CompanyI can't tell you how excited I am about seeing this show. First of all, Company is my favorite Stephen Sondheim show. Not too mention one of my favorite shows of all time. And second of all, it stars the beautiful and talented Katrina Lenk. Oh yeah, and Patti LuPone too. The show, which first premiered on Broadway in 1970, is set to begin previews at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre on March 2, 2020, with opening night scheduled for March 22.

Now I'll admit, I'm not the biggest Patti fan in the world. I know. I'm risking my very life by saying that right? Oh well. Although I am slightly intrigued about hearing her version of "Ladies Who Lunch. Now for those of you like me who love the show, you've probably heard that this version is a little different than the original.

I take that back. It's a lot different actually. How you ask? Well for starters, it is now no longer about a confirmed bachelor named Bobby. No, now it is about a confirmed bachelorette named Bobbi. But that's not it theatre fans. Now instead of Bobby being pursued by a trio of lovely ladies named Marta, Kathy, and April, Bobbi, is pursued by a trio of charming men in the form of PJ, Theo and Andy.

But wait. I'm still not done. One of the most famous songs in the show is the frantic patter song, "I'm Not Getting Married Today" sung by a neurotic bride-to-be named Amy, on the eve of her wedding to Paul.Now while Paul is still Paul, Amy is now Jamie. Got all that? By the way, for those of you who want tickets to see Company on Broadway, you have come to the right place. We sell it. Get your tickets to see Compnay on Broadway at the Berard B. Jacobs Theatre. I can't wait. Until next time theatre fans.

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Tuesday, November 05, 2019

Final Weeks To See Hamilton In Chicago

HamiltonHas it really been three years since Hamilton took Chicago by storm? The show, which opened at the CIBC Theatre on September 26, 2016, will play it's final performance on January 5, 2020. That means you still have nine weeks theatre fans to see this award winning musical.

I was lucky enough to see this groundbreaking show two years ago on Broadway. By then of course the original cast was long gone. It didn't matter. The show was amazing. Plus it was even better because a very dear friend of mine was playing Aaron Burr.

That's also why I saw the show for only forty dollars. Now while the tickets for the Chicago production may not be as reasonably priced as the ones I had, they still won't cost you an arm and a leg either. In fact, tickets for the Chicago production are lower that they have ever been.

Not only that, but we are selling tickets for it too. Let me guess. You thought we only sold tickets for the Broadway production didn't you? Well we don't. Get your tickets to see Hamilton at the CIBC Theatre in Chicago. And on Broadway at the Richard Rodgers Theatre. You will love it. Until next time theatre fans.


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Monday, November 04, 2019

Broadway Revival Of Take Me Out Is Now On Sale

Image result for take me out play logoIn 2003, a new play called Take Me Out opened on Broadway. The show, written by Richard Greenberg, went on to win the 2003 Tony Award for Best Play of the Year, as well as Best Director of a Play (Joe Mantello), and Best Featured Actor in a Play (Denis O'Hare). Now here we are over sixteen years later, and this critically acclaimed play is headed back to Broadway.

This new production, which is being directed by seven-time Tony Award nominee Scott Ellis (Tootsie, She Loves Me), will begin previews at the Hayes Theatre on April 2, 2020, with opening night scheduled for April 23. Starring in the role of baseball player Darren Lemming is Grey's Anatomy star Jesse Williams. Joining him in the role of friend and teammate Kippy Sunderstorm is Suit's star Patrick J. Adams.

But wait. It gets better. Starring along side them is another television star also named Jesse. That's right. I am talking about Modern Family star and Emmy Award nominee Jesse Tyler Ferguson in the role of agent Mason Marzac. Quite the trio huh? So now that you know who's starring in it, I'm guessing you probably want to know what the shows all about right? Well I'll tell you.

Two-time World Series champs the Empires are the toast of the town. Led by star player Darren Lemming, the team, as well as the league in general our thrown into the spotlight with Lemming's recent press conference announcement that he is gay. Now his teammate's who played by his side game after game, are now hesitant to even share a locker with him, let alone the field. Can the champs repeat? Or will the continuing controversy tear this once close team apart? Now for those of you who want tickets to see this award winning play, you are in luck. We sell it. Get your tickets to see Take Me Out on Broadway at the Hayes Theatre. Until next time theatre fans.

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Sunday, November 03, 2019

New Musical Jagged Little Pill To Begin Previews Today

Jagged Little Pill
In the Summer of 1995, a little album came out called Jagged Little Pill. The singer? Alanis Morissette. I'm guessing most of you have heard of her. Now I'm not ashamed to say that I practically wore out my cassette of Jagged Little Pill the year it came out. That's right. I said cassette. Remember those?

Anyway, here we are almost twenty-five years later, and this groundbreaking album is about to take the Great White Way by storm.The musical, which premiered last Summer at the American Repertory Theatre, features a book by Academy Award winner Diablo Cody (Juno), and direction by Tony Award winner Diana Paulus (Pippin, Waitress).

Now as I mentioned, previews for the show begins today at the Broadhurst Theatre, with the official opening set for December 5. By the way, for those of you who want tickets to see Jagged Little Pill, you have come to the right place. We sell it. Get your tickets to see Jagged Little Pill on Broadway at the Broadhurst Theatre. Until next time theatre fans.

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Saturday, November 02, 2019

My Thoughts On Hadestown

HadestownA couple of weeks ago, I went to see Hadestown on Broadway. Now normally, I post a review a day or two after I see it. However sometimes other things take precedence. Which is why I'm just getting around to it today. So what did I think of it? Well first of all on the day of the show, New York was being hit by a huge rainstorm.

Yes I know. That's why we have umbrellas right? Well umbrellas didn't help on that day. To say it was a mess was an understatement. It was awful. Therefore the last thing I wanted to do was seat in a theatre while soaked to the bone. Free ticket or not. In fact, I headed to the theatre that night prepared to give my ticket away to the first person in the cancellation line.

Then something interesting happened. I was just a few feet away from the theatre, when I saw the marquee. Now going in that night, I knew a little bit about the show. I knew it was about the fateful love story of Orpheus and Eurydice, as well as the tumultuous relationship of King Hades and his wife Persephone.

And of course I knew it had won eight Tony Awards including Best Musical of the Year. Therefore it had to be good right? Anyway, back to the marquee. Looking back on it now, I can't explain what it was. Maybe it was the image of the red flower that lit up 48th Street. Or maybe it's the fact that I am composer myself, and I love nothing better than seeing an original show on Broadway. Regardless of what it was, I decided to ignore my wet clothes and head into the theatre.

Now when I first moved here, I wanted to see everything. I didn't care what it was. However in the last ten or twelve years, my tastes have changed considerably. Not too mention the fact that I am tired of all of these musicals based on movies and cartoons. Don't get me wrong. They definitely have their place. I just prefer more original and unique work. Like Hadestown. Now is the show for everyone? Honestly? Probably not. It is as my co-worker Todd calls it, "Artsy."

Not that that's a bad thing. But that's what's so great about the New York theatre scene. There's plenty of shows for everybody. Oh and just in case you are wondering. I loved the show. It is far and away one of the most thrilling and unique shows that I have seen in years. So those are my thoughts on Hadestown. I realize it took me a long time to get to it. What can I say? Every show I see has a story that goes with it. Until next time theatre fans.

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Friday, November 01, 2019

The Holiday's Are Just Around The Corner

Harry Connick, Jr. - A Celebration of Cole PorterWhere oh where has the year gone? It feels like only yesterday that we were celebrating the beginning of a brand new year, and yet here we are with only weeks until Thanksgiving. Which by the way is one of my favorite holiday's. Christmas too.

Now for those of you travelling to New York in the coming months, you are in luck. There are over forty shows playing both On and Off-Broadway. Not too mention such holiday themed shows like the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, and The Nutcracker. Plus special performances from two of Broadway favorites, Harry Connick Jr., and Kristin Chenoweth.

And don't forget the return engagements of Slava's Snowshow and The Illusionist's. That's what's so great about New York. So many choices. Also don't forget that Applause is open seven days a week. 365 days a year. That means we are always here to help with all of your ticket needs. So why not give us a try? You'll be glad you did. Until next time theatre fans.

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Thursday, October 31, 2019

Broadway Smash To Kill A Mockingbird Headed To The West End

To Kill A MockingbirdNow that's how you start a rainy Halloween theatre fans. It was just announced, that Broadway's highest grossing play of all time, is crossing the pond next year. To Kill A Mockingbird, which began previews on Broadway on November 1, 2018, is set to make it's West End debut in Spring 2020.

Adapted by Academy and Emmy Award winner Aaron Sorkin, and directed by Tony Award winner Bartlett Sher, To Kill A Mockingbird is based on Harper Lee's beloved 1960 Pulitzer Prize winning novel. Tickets for the Broadway production have been selling like hotcakes ever since the show went on sale.

I have no doubt the London production will be just as successful. Now for those of you who still haven't seen the Broadway production, you are in luck. We sell it. Be advised the Emmy Award winner and Tony Award nominee Jeff Daniels will play his final performance this Sunday.

The good news is that Academy Award and Emmy Award nominee Ed Harris is replacing him. He is one of my favorite actor's, so I have no doubt he will be fantastic. Get your tickets to see To Kill A Mockingbird on Broadway at the Shubert Theatre, and in 2020 at the Gielgud Theatre in London. Until next time theatre fans.

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Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Wicked Celebrates Sixteen Years On The Great White Way

WickedHas it really been sixteen years since Wicked opened on Broadway? I remember seeing the show a few weeks after it's first preview, and even though I loved it, I never thought I would still be writing about it all these years later. After all, it's one of the largest theatre's on Broadway at over nineteen hundred seats, and yet it continues to sell out each and every performance.

Not too mention, it didn't exactly get the greatest reviews when it opened. Oh well. The critic's can't always be right. The show, which celebrates it's sixteenth anniversary today, also became the fifth longest running show on Broadway on October 28, surpassing Les Miserables.

Oh and just think, it only has eight hundred and four performances until it knocks Cat's out of fourth place.Somehow I think it might just do it. Now for those of you who want tickets to see Wicked on Broadway, you have come to the right place. We sell it. In fact, we also sell tickets to the London production, as well as it's National Tour. Who knew? Get your tickets to see Wicked on Broadway at the Gershwin Theatre, or at at city near you. Until next time theatre fans.

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Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Broadway Thanksgiving Schedule

Image result for animated turkey logoNow I don't know about you, but Thanksgiving has always been my favorite holiday. I mean let's face it. There is nothing better than sitting around the table with friends or loved ones, while you devour turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, and of course my personal favorite. Pumpkin Pie.

Oh and of course, you can't forget about the greatest parade in the world. That's right. I am talking about the one and only Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Now as much as I love all of those things, I also love going to the theatre. Plus as you know, New York is the theatre capitol of the world. Translation? Why not see a show why you are here?

Better yet, why not see two? Now because of the holiday, the schedule is a little different than usual. In fact, only six shows are actually performing on Thanksgiving. They are Chicago, American Utopia, Jagged Little Pill, The Lighting Thief, The Phantom of the Opera. Waitress, and the Radio City Christmas Spectacular. Quite the selection right? Posted below is the rest of the schedule beginning on November 25 thru December 1. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

Show TitleMon. 11- 25Tue.
11-26
Wed.
11-27
Thu.
11-28
Fri.
11-29
Sat.
11-30
Sun.
12-1 
Ain't Too ProudDARK7pm2pm, 7:30pm7pm2pm, 8pm2pm, 8pm3pm
Aladdin7pmDARK2pm, 7pm7pm2pm, 8pm2pm, 8pm3pm6:30pm
BeetlejuiceDARK7pm2pm, 8pm7pm2pm, 8pm2pm, 8pm3pm
BetrayalDARK7pm2pm, 7pm7pm2pm, 8pm2pm, 8pm3pm
The Book of MormonDARK7pm2pm, 7pm7pm2pm, 8pm2pm, 8pm2pm, 7pm
Chicago8pm8pm8pm8pm2:30pm, 8pm2:30pm, 8pm2:30pm7pm
A Christmas Carol7pm7pm2pm, 7pm7pm2pm, 8pm2pm, 8pm3pm
Come From AwayDARK7pm2pm, 7pm7pm2pm, 8pm2pm, 8pm3pm
David Byrne's American UtopiaDARK8pm8pm8pm8pm5:30pm, 9pm3pm
Dear Evan HansenDARK7pm2pm, 8pm7pm2pm, 8pm2pm, 8pm3pm
Derren Brown: SecretDARK7pm2pm8pm7pm8pm2pm, 8pm3pm
Freestyle Love Supreme7pm, 10pm7pmDARK7pm8pm7pm, 10pm7pm, 10pm
FrozenDARK7pm1pm, 7pm7pm2pm, 8pm2pm, 8pm3pm6:30pm
The Great Society7pm7pm1pm, 7pm7pm2pm, 8pm2pm, 8pmDARK
Hadestown7pm7pm2pm, 7:30pm7pm2pm, 8pm2pm, 8pm3pm
HamiltonDARK7pm2pm, 8pm7pm2pm, 8pm2pm, 8pm3pm
Harry Potter...DARK2pm7:30pm2pm, 7:30pm7:30pm2pm, 7:30pm2pm, 7:30pm2pm7:30pm
The IllusionistsDARKDARKDARKDARK3pm, 8pm11am, 3pm, 8pm1pm6:30pm
The InheritanceDARK7pm1pm, 7pm7pm7pm1pm, 7pm1pm, 7pm
Jagged Little PillDARK8pm2pm, 8pm7pm8pm2pm, 8pm3pm
The Lightning ThiefDARK7pm2pm2pm7:30pm2pm, 7pm2pm, 8pm1pm, 6:30pm
The Lion KingDARK7pm2pm, 7pm8pm2pm, 8pm2pm, 8pm3pm6:30pm
Mean GirlsDARK7pm2pm7:30pm7pm2pm, 8pm2pm, 8pm2pm, 7:30pm
Moulin Rouge!7pm7pm7pm2pm8pm2pm, 8pm3pm, 8pm7pm
Oklahoma!DARK7pm1pm, 7pm7pm2pm, 8pm2pm, 8pm3pm
The Phantom of the Opera8pm7pm8pm2pm, 8pm2pm, 8pm2pm, 8pmDARK
The Rose Tattoo7pm7pm2pm, 8pm7pm2pm, 8pm2pm, 8pm3pm
Slava's SnowshowDARK7pm2pm, 7pm7pm2pm, 8pm2pm, 8pm3pm
Slave Play7pm7pm2pm, 8pm7pm8pm2pm, 8pm3pm
The Sound Inside7pm7pm2pm, 7pm7pm8pm2pm, 8pm3pm
Tina8pm7pm2pm, 8pm8pm8pm2pm, 8pm3pm
To Kill a Mockingbird7pm7pm1pm, 7pm7pm2pm, 8pm2pm, 8pm2pm
Tootsie7:30pm7:30pm2pm, 7:30pmDARK2pm, 8pm2pm, 8pm3pm
Waitress7pm7pm7pm7pm2pm, 8pm2pm, 8pm2pm7pm
WickedDARK7pm2pm, 7pm7pm2pm, 8pm2pm, 8pm3pm7pm


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