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September 2009
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I'm wearing my Sweeney Todd shirt.

I was going to layer it under the Hayride shirt, but when I put it on this morning, I thought ... I haven't worn this shirt for along time. For that matter, I don't know if I've *ever* worn it with jeans - I don't think I even owned any jeans while I was at East (I think I was still in my "ALL JEANS MUST SUCK!" phase.)

I drew thought and life and inspiration from that show, from that experience, for years. But now, other than the fact that I am dimly aware that I have on something that qualifies as a 'new outfit' - ... I don't know - it's just a shirt. I don't think that part of me is gone, but it's gone far enough that I can't remember it just by putting on a shirt - I *haven't* worn the shirt for long enough that wearing it brings back an entire way of being. It's too far removed.

Though I am feeling oddly compelled to put on black tights and my gray skirt. And probably blue sneakers. Huh.

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Wasn't that the deadly barber?

Or was Sweeny Todd the one who made meat pies? Or... both? Musical, innit? Sigh, questions, questions. Usually, I get a compulsion, I figure it's easier to just give in - though I don't generally don't get skirt compulsions. Mine are mostly for curries.

Re: Wasn't that the deadly barber?

Sweeney was the barber. Mrs. Lovett made the pies.

In the Sondheim version, anyway - it's different in the one of the older musicals (and probably different still in Christopher Bond), and I've never found a source for the original tale (such as it may have been.)