Author has written 9 stories for Sweeney Todd, Harry Potter, and Lion King.
Hello, konnichi-wa, hola, bonjour... (I could go on, but for your sanity, I won't.)
Before we get to introductions/favorites/general ranty lists, here's what's happening with my stories.
STORIES THAT ARE COMPLETE.
-Kung Fu Snape!
-War is a Science: Death Eater Edition!
-Severus Snape: Twilight Style
-Johanna and the Ballet
-King and Matriarch
Feel free to read and review!
STORIES THAT ARE TAKING FAR TOO LONG TO UPDATE:
-"Hedwig's: A Place for Friends" is being updated slowly. I can't always find time to type the chapters as I please between school and drama club, but I have an idea of what will happen in the story. If you have a request for something to happen in a future chapter, feel free to PM me.
All right... (cracks knuckles...) Here's everything about me...
Pen Name: MireiLovett1846
Favorite TV Shows: Avatar: The Last Airbender, The Big Bang Theory.
Favorite Movies: Stardust, Edward Scissorhands and anything by Tim Burton, The Hunchback of Notre-Dame, Beauty and the Beast, Chocolat, The Phantom of the Opera, Harry Potter, Juno, Coraline, Peter Pan (the live-action one made in 2003), Spirited Away--or anything by Hayao Miyazaki.
Favorite Books: I'm a big reader, so this is inevitably going to be the longest section on my profile... Piratica by Tanith Lee, the Gemma Doyle Trilogy by Libba Bray (A Great and Terrible Beauty, Rebel Angels, The Sweet Far Thing), the Harry Potter books by J. K. Rowling, as well as The Tales of Beedle the Bard, the House of Night Series by PC and Kristin Cast (Marked, Betrayed Chosen, Untamed, Hunted, Tempted, Burned) The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd, Dragonwyck by Anya Seton, Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë, Les Misérables by Victor Hugo, The Hunchback of Notre-Dame by Victor Hugo, The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger, anything by Edward Gorey (The Doubtful Guest in particular!), Weetzie Bat and Witch Baby by Francesca Lia Block, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith, Coraline by Neil Gaiman, Flowers in the Attic and Petals on the Wind by V. C. Andrews, the manga Fruits Basket by Natsuki Takaya, Freaks by Annette Curtis Klause, anything by William Shakespeare, and I could go on and on and on... I've read more books than I can count.
Favorite Bands/Artists: Lady Gaga, Evanescence, Puffy (or Puffy AmiYumi, as American audiences know them), The Beatles, and The Dresden Dolls
Favorite Musicals: Les Miserables, Sweeney Todd, Wicked, The Phantom of the Opera, The Lion King
Favorite Painters: Leonardo da Vinci, Frida Kahlo, and Sandro Botticelli
Favorite Actors/Actresses: Johnny Depp, Alan Rickman, Helena Bonham Carter, Idina Menzel, Jason Isaacs, Susan Egan, Dante Basco, Emmy Rossum, Tony Jay, Jim Parsons, and Patti LuPone. They were in no particular order.
Favorite Fictional Characters: (All right, these ARE in a semi-particular order) Prince Zuko, Severus Snape, Claude Frollo (I prefer Dom Claude to Judge Claude!), Dr. Sheldon Cooper, Edward Scissorhands, Captain Jack Sparrow, Mr. Jonas Fogg, Mrs. Lovett, Bellatrix Lestrange, Esmeralda, Artemisia/Piratica, Zoey Redbird, Gemma Doyle.
Hobbies: Acting, writing, studying voice, cooking, reading, blogging, and drawing
I am an alto, or what musical theatre people would call mezzo-sopranos. This means I am lower than a soprano. If you haven't noticed, in opera, mezzos almost never have lead roles. So I decided to make a list of musicals with lead altos:
1. Sweeney Todd: Mrs. Lovett
2. Wicked: Elphaba
3. The Lion King: Nala
4. Passion: Fosca
5. Evita: Evita (well, obviously...)
6. Les Miserables: Fantine AND Eponine (they get the most beautiful songs in the show: "I Dreamed a Dream", "On My Own", "A Little Fall of Rain")
7. Oliver!: Nancy
8. Pippin: Catherine
Evidence to support my mezzo campaign:
>If Patti LuPone played the role, it was a part probably written for a contralto/mezzo-soprano. (Mrs. Lovett, Fosca, Nancy, Evita, and Fantine)
>I was complaining to my cousin about the lack of lead mezzos, and she played me a song Nala sings from The Lion King called "Shadowlands." The actress singing it had a lovely low voice.
>If you look at the score for the songs in Sweeney Todd or Les Mis, you will note that songs sung by Mrs. Lovett ("Wait", "By the Sea", "The Worst Pies in London") or by Fantine ("I Dreamed a Dream") or Eponine ("On My Own", "A Little Fall of Rain") are written in the alto range. Same goes for Catherine, Nancy and Elphaba.
Well, that's my list of lead mezzos. This is probably just alto pride fogging my brain, but you know. And besides, there are perks to being an alto. If you sing alto in a choir, you develop a better ear since you have to listen for your inner harmony part. (That's what my voice teacher told me when I was struggling against the soprano part in a song I was working on.)
That's all you need to know about me for now, I suppose... Adios.