Posts tagged Fairy Tale

Ep. 242 The Scary Tales by Rob E Boley

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Rob E Boley is the author of The Scary Tales, a series of books about fairy tale and zombies. His stories answers the question: what if the curse didn’t stop at “true love’s kiss”? Listen in as Rob geeks out over cartoons with The Space Pirate Queen while chatting about writing, Snow White and other Disney Princesses.

Ep. 191 Snow White: An Adventure

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In this episode, we chat with Will Myers from Adventure-A-Week about Snow White: An Adventure and their Kickstarter campaign for it. We might also have gotten into little tangents about food, Mary Sue fanfics and Spider-man. Listen in to find out more about his upcoming project!

 

The Third Annual MYTH Masquerade Ball

This year I finally had an excuse to really gussy myself up like a classy mythical broad. I was invited to cover the third annual MYTH Masquerade Ball on May 24th, 2014 at the Los Angeles Theatre in Downtown LA.

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Pssst, that’s me in the middle! I bought a wig and took any opportunity to creep on people dressed up as mermaids. I’m not sure if you can tell from my costume, but I was a “Sea Nymph”. As hard as I worked on my costume, it didn’t compare to the glorious outfits people sported at the event. Check out the pictures below to see the marvelous attendees!

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Ep. 36 Drama, Horror and Fairy Tales

The Lady Defectivegeeks discuss drama on television and covers all kinds of series and genres. Sailor Mizz and Gizzy B (that’s her new name, guys) discuss the new television shows this season such as ‘Once Upon A Time’ and ‘American Horror Story.’ Once again, we establish how much we enjoy boys. Fanfic theatre features ‘Gossip Girl’– don’t judge us.

Princes Don’t Live in Cyberland

Have you ever wondered when your prince will come?

You ponder each new romance, guy after guy, only to find one or two qualities that make you happy. Has Disney been telling you that a “knight in shining armor” will appear to replace that beastly boyfriend and then make everything in life okay? In her new play, “Princes Don’t Live in Cyberland”, writer/director Erika Jenko explores these ideologies that culminate with the realization of love eternal existing in life all around and in all forms.

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