HEY GUYS

So my family pretty much decided firmly that we are going to list our house with a realtor in the next two weeks so the next two weeks will be SUPER duper downsizing.

I am thinking of getting rid of/selling some Broadway and West End memorabilia.

As of right now I can tell you I most certainly have a hand full of full sized wall posters; including shows like Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (West End), Victor/Victoria (Bway-Julie Andrews), Thoroughly Modern Millie (OBC), Gypsy (B.Peters revival) and a logo poster for Ragtime (OBC)

Can’t tell whether I will keep the frames or sell with but if with the frames, than definately will want to sell as opposed to give away; the frames are custom made with matching color schemes and glass. 

Interest?

By the time I graduated high school, all the Broadway/West End show shirts I had bought over the four years had not fit me anymore. So what does a girl do?
Chop them off and stick them onto the back of a denim blazer, of course.
It has since had Witches of Eastwick sewn over the heart, and a patch from The Globe Theatre. 

By the time I graduated high school, all the Broadway/West End show shirts I had bought over the four years had not fit me anymore. So what does a girl do?

Chop them off and stick them onto the back of a denim blazer, of course.

It has since had Witches of Eastwick sewn over the heart, and a patch from The Globe Theatre. 

This, ladies and gentlemen, is a wooden cutting board distressed and stained with red food dye and signed in blood red sharpie by 7/10 of the cast members of the Sweeney Todd Revival. 
One of the best ideas I had ever come up with, I didn’t want just a playbill, now it hangs next to the poster in my hallway.

This, ladies and gentlemen, is a wooden cutting board distressed and stained with red food dye and signed in blood red sharpie by 7/10 of the cast members of the Sweeney Todd Revival. 

One of the best ideas I had ever come up with, I didn’t want just a playbill, now it hangs next to the poster in my hallway.