theater

Detour: Aladdin and Violet on Broadway

October 7, 2014

Yeah, you saw this coming a million miles away: Max is a show-biz kid. This happens, of course, spending almost three years on the road with his actor Dad.  Watching The Lion King dress rehearsals countless times has made him an afficionado of the show, and last Halloween he even got to be the sinister [...]

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Count those holiday blessings

December 31, 2012

Forgive us, friends. We’ve been so quiet on 3 For The Road. Actually, I know I must forgive me. I’m hard on myself; the hyper-critical, perfectionist part of me rues the day we thought to start a travel/theater/parenting blog while moving every month with a toddler and a cat, while being full-time parents. While simultaneously [...]

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Detour: Montego Bay, Jamaica

December 4, 2012

Stop the (Word)presses! For the first time, the three of us went on vacation, as a family. Wait, you say. Aren’t you on vacation all the time? Weren’t you just pigging out in New Orleans and clubbing in Miami? Well… yes! And no. Our daily life is touring, but it’s still “work.” Mike still has [...]

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A day in sunny Sausalito

November 24, 2012

We do not live a conventional lifestyle, by any stretch of the imagination.  While Ang and I embrace this concept and the excitement that travel brings, we are constantly trying to take stock of the effects of this lifestyle on our Max.  I mean, he is barely two. Will he even remember wearing beads at [...]

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Detour: The Organic Farm in Abiquiu, NM

October 19, 2012

This is the first in a 3-part series about our time in Abiquiu, NM. Read our entries about The Food and The Terrain too. Unplugging, in order to plug back in For Ang’s birthday, she requested that we get away to a 20-acre organic farm along a river in Abiquiu, New Mexico that our dear [...]

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Yoga on the road

October 10, 2012

In a life where we bounce from city to city without a stable home base, yoga may just be my saving grace. I was first introduced to yoga as a freshman at Carnegie Mellon.  We had a half hour warmup class every day at 8am, and it included a simple sun salute.  It made me [...]

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BACKSTAGE BANTER: Meet MUFASA!
Actor Dionne Randolph as you’ve never seen him

September 28, 2012

You think you know the Big Daddy of the Pride Lands… but you don’t. Dionne Randolph is the longest continuous running Mufasa that Disney has employed, and at nine years with The Lion King, he is one of the most veteran on the Gazelle tour. The beefcake actor with the silky, heartbreaking voice who rescues [...]

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Pit Stop: Talkin’ Civil Rights in Memphis

September 20, 2012

A guest blog post by Amy CordileoneAngela’s note: To say that Amy Cordileone is an amazing multi-tasker would be a bit of an understatement! This wife to Nick (who plays Timon on tour with The Lion King) and mom to 10-year-old Hero lives in New York City while teaching at New York University, and then [...]

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We ride, again!

August 14, 2012

Houston > Memphis > St. Louis: it’s like going from BBQ to BBQ to well, more BBQ. Are you surprised that we put our travel in terms we’re familiar with? After a hot five weeks, it was time to bid adieu to Houston and make our way to St. Louis, with an overnight pit stop [...]

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