Harmon, Clara M. Hernandez, James E. Howell, Angela M. When fate throws them one nasty curveball after another, Charli’s confidence is shattered and her heart is broken. After weeks of trying to make sense of the grief she’s feeling, both realise she’s out of her depth. Getting out of Dodge is Charli’s preferred MO and she doesn’t disappoint, finally deciding that it’s time to leave New York.
Today I felt real good, real thin. I thought, today is six for sure. So I went to put on my belt, but it wasn catching, so I looked down and I smiled, because that when I realized: My belt only has five notches.. Meaning kids will still die 10 years sooner than they would with adequate healthcare. But please, continue to justify killing kids. And not quickly either.
This is called SPEEDING! And speed kills! How many times do people have to be reminded of that? Speed limits and road signs are enforced for a good reason. They show us the permitted safe speed to drive. The faster you drive the higher are your chances of serious injury or even death if you are involved in an accident.
Parallax is the difference between the angle to the subject of what the camera’s lens sees, and what you see with your eyes while looking through the viewfinder. It is not a great distance, but it is enough to cause a problem if you don’t know how to compensate. For a fast example of how this works, pick out something across the room to look at.
The scarlet shoes are a signature of the actresses’ double act, The Hot Tamales, and while the duo has no performance tonight, Higginbotham is giddy as she dons her pair, “Just because.”Most friends are said to be attached at the hip, but for musical theater mavens Hunter and Higginbotham, the adhesive is their vocal chords.They’re two of Birmingham’s biggest names in theater: The Hot Tamales, the ladies of Four for Time (with guys Lonnie Parsons and Carl Dean), and the ubiquitous, melodic voices that will never let us forget to “Call Goldberg, 800 600 6014.” Hunter and Higginbotham are also fixtures in Birmingham’s musical theater community, and they will reunite once more for “Annie Get Your Gun,” which opens Thursday at the Virginia Samford Theatre.The actresses have appeared in more than 30 shows together in the last 18 years, not including the countless performances they’ve done in their work as The Hot Tamales and Four for Time. Whether it be co starring onstage, singing at private parties, or participating in events like this year’s “Pride Idol,” where they served as judges, Hunter says working together is “always a joy.”With the birth of this theatrical friendship, show tunes acted as a mother’s milk. Both women knew they wanted to be actresses before they’d even lost all their baby teeth.