Happy September! (And Priscilla Queen of the Desert!)

To me, September just means we’re one step closer to peppermint mochas, jingle bells and temperatures actually below 90 degrees; so I’m pretty excited. Living in Arizona can kind of put you in a rut, season-wise, because it’s still in the 100’s when we get Pumpkin Spice Lattes at Starbucks… Say what? Right. Pretty sad. Because by the time we can drink them without our blood boiling, it’s time for them to go away! Don’t get me wrong, I love Arizona and the fact that in Phoenix, we don’t have to shovel snow, but a little bit of a reminder that it is, indeed, fall would be really lovely.?
How about you guys? What’s your determinate of when the seasons change? I’d love to hear both viewpoints from Arizona and wherever else ya’ll may be from! Hearing from you in the comments is my absolute favorite thing, so don’t be shy!
I’m actually really excited for this month for another reason, as well. Priscilla Queen of the Desert is coming to ASU Gammage, starting on September 17th and running through the 22nd. It’s definitely a show that I know is gonna get my blood pumping and ready to get through the rest of my semester at school!
“This OUTRAGEOUSLY fun show tells the uplifting story of a trio of friends, on a road trip of a lifetime, who hop aboard a battered old bus searching for love and friendship in the middle of the Australian outback and end up finding more than they could ever have dreamed.”

I am oh so excited to jam out to the songs of Priscilla in the audience and know everyone else will be doing the same. From “It’s Raining Men” to “I Will Survive” and “Like a Prayer”, Priscilla is sure to be a showstopper.?
They won a Tony Award for best costuming in 2011 and the Hollywood Reporter calls PRISCILLA “funny and fabulous! Joyous entertainment with eye-popping visuals and unexpected heart!”
If you’re in the greater Phoenix area, do yourself a favor and check out Priscilla! There is some adult content, so if you’re not an adult then do not look! But I’ve definitely seen kids 10+ enjoy the show, so that says to me that it’s great for all ages. It’s a definite must-see for anyone who loves awesome, fun music as well. You can find more information here?for when the production comes to Gammage. And even if you’re not local, Priscilla is on a tour and you can find out more about the North American Tour here!
I’m just really passionate about broadway, so this is something I decided I want to share with you. If you’ve got any questions, feel free to comment! I love talking about Broadway.