Ever since he hosted his first Tony Awards, Neil Patrick Harris has been putting together fun performances with a ton of guests, comedy and jokes for numerous events, festivals and now holiday parades. When you combine him with a ton of amazing cast members, characters from Disney, Star Wars and both Orlando and Hollywood, you get something that is completely ridiculous and amazing. That’s why I wanted to share Neil Patrick Harris hosting the Disney Christmas parade this year for our annual Christmas showtunes post.
With Hedwig and the Angry Inch on Broadway and everyone going crazy over it, did you ever wonder what happened to Neil Patrick Harris’s “Trouser Weasel”? Let’s face it, he doesn’t look too much like a bottom and he has a hot boyfriend so that huge “cock” hiding under his “gown” has got to be pretty impressive to help his husband have fun. So with such an impressive thing hiding under his “robe” you’d have to wonder how he can hide it when on stage in Hedwig and the Angry Inch.
Luckily for you we did our research (i.e. wasted time on Facebook) and found out what really exists between NPH’s legs. A big, energetic and hairy beast that can wake up to stand at attention, do tricks and please almost any man…or woman. No sure what I mean? Watch the video below about Neil Patrick Harris’s best buddy and you may wonder as well how he hides it for Hedwig
Ok, so I went a bit overboard with the description, but if you haven’t ever watched Neil Patrick Harris’s puppet dream series from Nerdist you have to. It is all about really bad jokes…most of them are about being gay or sex so we’ll all love them, funny random puppets and of course our favorite crush from the 80’s or 90’s NPH. Dr. Horrible gets worse in these videos and you’ll love being distracted for about an hour when you need a break from work while watching Neil Patrick Harris’s Puppet dreams.
Once you’re done watching Neil’s Puppet Dreams, make sure to come back and watch the preview for Hedwig and the Angry Inch on Broadway. We haven’t seen it yet but we are going in August and can’t wait. If you have seen Neil Patrick Harris in Hedwig and the Angry Inch, feel free to leave a comment below, but also please don’t spoil anything for the rest of us. Thank you again for reading and coming to our site and I hope you love Neil’s Puppet Dreams as much as we do. If you need tickets to see Hedwig and the Angry Inch on Broadway, don’t forget to check out our tickets page where you can find broadway tickets on sale.
When I was thinking about what I wanted to write about broadway for 2011, I realized that 2011 was a year for leading men to own broadway. Even the leading ladies were men with Priscilla and La Cage. Not only were some of the most memorable songs and ballads all male, but the men owned broadway this year and took it by storm.
You have The Book of Mormon with an amazing song I Believe. You had Catch Me if You Can the Musical with Goodbye and tons of other great songs. What If from the Addams Family. I Am What I Am from La Cage for revivals and who doesn’t love the ladies in Priscilla Queen of the Desert. Daniel Radcliff completely stole the stage in How to Succeed In Business Without Ever Really Trying and even some of the music from Spiderman was amazing. Somehow the guys stole broadway back this year and turned the ballad into an amazing type of song for men to sing again.
Not only do men have a ton of great new songs to sing at showtunes, but there is an entirely new list of musicals for them to tryout for and songs to use for auditions. I’m not saying there weren’t a ton of talented women performing or singing amazing songs, but the guys definitely stole broadway this year and even stole some of the best female parts.
2012 was an awesome year for musical theatre. Glee still helped bring showtunes to main stream media and you started seeing more and more broadway stars moving out of theatre and helping grow shows by performing at the Captiol Building in Washington DC as well as many other events and tours. The male stars on broadway definitely stole the show and helped create a new generation of theatre fans by making musicals popular again. 2011 was definitely a year for men on broadway and we got to hear a ton of amazing music and ballads. I can’t wait to see what new shows open next year and see if the women can start to take back the broadway ballad or if the guys will continue to steal the stage.