So I need to start thinking about who I want to draw for my art project. Last year, I drew Darren Criss. This time, I want to draw a woman since I love drawing hair and eyes. This year, I am caught between A TON of people. The thing is, if I kind of want to choose someone not too many people know, so in case I mess up, it won’t matter all that much. However, I’m really confident in my drawing abilities and am sure that won’t happen. SO… HELP?! I’m caught between:
(The ones in bold are who I REALLY want to draw for my project! I can always draw the other ones in my free time.)
You know I love SO many more actors/actresses, but these are the ladies of the week.
She asks: “If you had to become lesbian, would it be for Sutton Foster, Sierra Boggess, Teal Wicks, Julie Andrews or Laura Osnes? Pick one.”
OH MY GOODNESS WHY
good thing she doesn’t know about Laura Benanti, Katie Hall and Marla Mindelle.
Today marks the day following Ms. Michelle Rose Hall-Tveit’s passing. She was found in her home Saturday August 17, 2089. She was 94 years old. The cause of her death was believed to be that she had fallen off her handrail in an attempt to slide down the stairs, and then was eaten by her cats.
Michelle won several awards for her art. She also was honored by Ellen DeGeneres and Tina Fey for her heroic acts of feeding hungry comedians. Immediately after her retirement, Mrs. Tveit was viewed as a saint in the Broadway community for her donations to causes. Michelle graduated from North High School in 2013 and UC Irvine with a degree in stage management and theater arts in 2019. She enjoyed Broadway musicals, going to Disneyland, watching baseball and soccer, and art. Often times, Mrs. Tveit would be found drawing and listening to music.
Mrs. Tveit is survived by her husband, Aaron; her best friend, Sierra Boggess; her sons: Lehi, Logan, and Hayden; her daughters: Teal, Julie, Allison and Sutton; and her 124 cats (all of which are named after Broadway and Disney characters/ actors.)
Ceremonies will be held at the church on Artesia Blvd in Torrance at 2:00 on Friday. Another reception will be at the Pantages theatre Saturday afternoon at 4:15. Those who wish to join the Broadway community in celebrating Mrs. Tveit will be held at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre in NYC at 6:00 Saturday.
Those who wish to donate to Broadway Cares may do so by contacting Michelle’s husband, Aaron Tveit at 824-612-2426. If those who wish to send flowers to the Tveit family, please do so by contacting Rosie’s Rosie Flowers at 824-642-2460.
Any arrangements that are wished to be made may be done through our line at the number on the back of the newspaper. The phone call will be accompanied by one of many of Mrs. Tveit’s quotes and lyrics.
One must love her.
I’m watching A Cinderella Story and all of a sudden, I heard “The freak who hums showtunes?!” And I turned toward the TV so quick, because I felt that they were talking about me.