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laughingpraisinglovingsmiling asked: I am currently working on Avalanche from Tales from the Bad Years, and I'm required to do an in-depth character and plot analysis of the song. I would really love to get some more insight as to what this show is about/who the character is singing this song, but I can't find the script or full videos of the production anywhere online! Can you direct me to where I can find the script or give me a brief plot synopsis of the show? I would really appreciate it. Thank You!!

Avalanche is a stand alone song. While it is from Tales from the Bad Years, the musical is more of a song cycle than a standard musical. Here’s more info including a synopsis about the musical here.

But I believe you can still give an in depth analysis of the character of the song, this is clearly a woman who has put up walls and has been hurt before. She loves with her whole heart to the point where it’s overwhelming to her and to those around her. Hopefully this is a good starting point, there’s a lot of depth in the lyrics that reveal who she is as a person even if she does not have a definite name.

Anyone is more than welcome to jump in and give their own ideas and thoughts about Avalanche!

Carrie Manolakos

—Two Strangers

Two Strangers as sung by Carrie Manolakos from Kerrigan-Lowdermilk Live Extras

Meghann Fahy, Colleen Ballinger, and Cortney Wolfson

—Party Worth Crashing

Party Worth Crashing as sung by Meghann Fahy, Colleen Ballinger, and Cortney Wolfson from Kerrigan-Lowdermilk Live Extras

Anonymous asked: ohmygosh i love this blog could you please put up not her way from the extras album?!?! :D :D

It will be posted soon, stay tuned!

WRITER SPOTLIGHT: Kerrigan-Lowdermilk

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Anthony Rapp

—Not A Love Story

Not A Love Story as sung by Anthony Rapp from Kerrigan-Lowdermilk Live Extras

Rachel Potter

—I'll Still Be

I’ll Still Be as sung by Rachel Potter from Kerrigan-Lowdermilk Live Extras

Laura Osnes

—Say The Word

Say The Word as sung by Laura Osnes from Kerrigan-Lowdermilk Live Extras

Aaron Bantum, Lewis Grosso, and Sarah Safer

—She The Best

She The Best as sung by Aaron Bantum, Lewis Grosso, and Sarah Safer from Kerrigan-Lowdermilk Live Extras

10 New Musical Theatre Duets for Ladies Only

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