We are thrilled to be introducing Joy to our staff here at “Innuendo & Outuendo”. Check out her bio below and be sure to give her a warm welcome!
Joy (writer) is a Brit born and bred, even though she’s based on the Isle of Man (she hopes this will change this year) and has seen Wicked 28 times (from London to New York to LA to both National Tours). She enjoys most creative things such as scrapbooking (as she’s made two for past Wicked alumni) and card-making but also playing the keyboard/piano while also learning to play the Ukulele.
In case you haven’t seen, we’ve opened a new message board in conjunction with “Innuendo & Outuendo”. There is a link on the left sidebar!
We know that many of you have never participated in a message board before. Where to start? Good question; thanks for asking. Here are some ideas to get involved here at “Innuendo & Outuendo”
1. View New Posts: When you log in, look on the white bar at the top of the page. Towards the center-left, there is a button that says “View New Posts”. Click it and it will give you a list of all things that have been posted since your last visit. Read & respond to the threads that interest you!
2. “At this Performance”: When you see the show, post who is on in the “At this Performance…” thread. If you don’t have a smart phone and wish to be able to, send me a PM and I’ll provide my cell number, and you can text me who’s on and I’ll post it for you. Read these threads and comment on them! Say what you think of the people who are on, if you’ve gotten to see them.
3. Create New Threads: Got a question? A fun “Wicked” discussion in mind? Make a new thread and let us all chat about it.
4. Make Suggestions: Click here to access the “Suggestions” forum. If there’s something you’d like to see us do, tell us and we will do our best to accommodate your request.
We have officially opened our forum here at Innuendo & Outuendo. It can be found by clicking here. We have lots of exciting features planned, including review incentives (check them out on the site) and performer interaction. We hope you’ll join us!
As of writing, we already have over seventy posts in several threads. So please don’t wait, join today!
We’re currently scoping out the possibility of opening up a new “Wicked” forum in conjunction with our website. Are you interested? Please let us know via the contact page above, our Facebook page, or twitter (@wicked_blog). Thanks so much!
Today, we are excited to announce an addition to our writing staff. Shira will be joining Christina, Rachel, Jess, and myself as the staff for the site. She will be writing posts from time to time and generally helping out with the blog. Her biography is below. Please join me in giving Shira a warm welcome!
Shira (Writer) has been a theater fan since the first time she saw Wicked in 2005. She has seen Wicked six times between the 1st National Tour and the Chicago production. She is a fan of Broadway shows as well as smaller local productions. Some of her other favorite shows include Jersey Boys, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, and Snapshots: A Musical Scrapbook. She enjoys tap dancing, creative writing, and Model United Nations.
We are looking for one more writer to add to our staff of Innuendo & Outuendo. Due to all four current staff becoming a bit busier, the need for a fifth writer is evident to us. If you are interested in the position, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Duties would include: Helping write interview questions for “Wicked” Exclusive Interviews; assisting with finding facts for Nessa’s Niblets; assistance in compiling media from cities the tours visit; assisting in compiling cast updates. Other duties may occasionally arise as well.
Qualifications? Just a strong grasp of the English language, a positive and friendly personality, and a bit of spare time to devote to the blog.
Thanks for your consideration!
We’re once again looking for some people to complete interviews who have not done so yet. Fan Interviews are completed, as the name would suggest, by fans who have seen the show with at least three different actresses performing as Elphaba and Glinda. If you are interested in completing an interview, please send an email to email@example.com or use the contact form at the top of the page.
We apologize for the downtime our blog experienced this morning – in the process of updating a theme, all settings were lost and the blog suddenly looked terrible. We are aware that it doesn’t look as nice as usual at the moment, seeing as there is a massive amount of sky blue colored text that we aren’t quite sure how to change the color of, but we will continue trying to fix this throughout the day.