Life on Broadway BNG {Part One}

I’m an extreme theatre fan and thought it would be wonderful to have a life game centered around it - but if you aren’t a theatre fan, I think (maybe?) that this is relatively accessible. If you don’t know your answer to any of the chance questions, though, just choose whichever one you’d like.

Find a six-sided die at http://dice.virtuworld.net/ and then begin!

Your name is {[name_m]CHANCE[/name_m] – 1} and you are twenty-two years old. You grew up in {[name_m]ROLL[/name_m] – 2}, but you have recently graduated from {[name_m]ROLL[/name_m] – 3} in [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] City, and, in an incredible stroke of luck – and after countless singing, acting, and dancing lessons – you have landed a leading role in a new revival on Broadway! {[name_m]ROLL[/name_m] – 4}

• One.
If you like live theatre, your first name is from 100 Yupster Baby Names for Girls | Nameberry, your middle(s) are from 117 Geek Chic Names for Girls | Nameberry, and your surname is from Common Surnames in France 2005 - Behind the Name.
If you prefer movie musicals, your first name is from Fictional Princess Names | Nameberry, your middle(s) are from British Girl Names | Nameberry, and your surname is from Mayflower Passenger List — MayflowerHistory.com.

• Two.

  1. [name_f]Aurora[/name_f], [name_u]Colorado[/name_u]
  2. Tacoma, [name_m]Washington[/name_m]
  3. Bangor, [name_f]Maine[/name_f]
  4. St. [name_m]Louis[/name_m], [name_f]Missouri[/name_f]
  5. [name_m]Fort[/name_m] [name_m]Worth[/name_m], [name_u]Texas[/name_u]
  6. Annapolis, Maryland

• Three.

  1. [name_f]Columbia[/name_f] University
  2. AMDA
  3. SUNY
  4. NYU
  5. [name_m]Cornell[/name_m] University
  6. NYCDA

• Four.

  1. You are a legit alto, and you are playing Mrs. [name_m]Lovett[/name_m] in a revival of [name_u]Sweeney[/name_u] [name_m]Todd[/name_m]: The Demon [name_m]Barber[/name_m] of [name_m]Fleet[/name_m] [name_m]Street[/name_m].
  2. You are a legit mezzo-soprano, and you are playing the [name_m]Baker[/name_m]’s Wife in a revival of Into the Woods.
  3. You are a legit soprano, and you are playing [name_f]Christine[/name_f] in a revivial of The Phantom of the [name_f]Opera[/name_f].
  4. You are an alto belter, and you are playing [name_f]Velma[/name_f] in a revival of Chicago.
  5. You are a mezzo belter, and you are playing Éponine in a revival of [name_u]Les[/name_u] Misérables.
  6. You are a soprano belter, and you are playing [name_f]Glinda[/name_f] in a revival of Wicked.

In this first role, you meet a host of wonderful people, five of whom become your closest friends. {You choose genders.}

The first is {[name_m]CHANCE[/name_m] – 5}, 22, who was a friend of yours in middle school before they moved away after eighth grade to Mamaroneck, a [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] suburb. You run into them at a little [name_m]French[/name_m] place a few blocks away from the theatre district, which, as it turns out, they own and run themselves. They are cheerful, friendly, and resourceful.

• Five.
If you prefer [name_m]Andrew[/name_m] [name_m]Lloyd[/name_m] [name_m]Webber[/name_m]’s musicals (The Phantom of the [name_f]Opera[/name_f], [name_f]Evita[/name_f], Cats, et cetera), first and middle(s) are from Rare Place Names | Nameberry and surname is from List of The Big Bang Theory and Young Sheldon characters - Wikipedia.
If you prefer [name_m]Stephen[/name_m] Sondheim’s musicals (Into the Woods, [name_u]Sweeney[/name_u] [name_m]Todd[/name_m], Company, et cetera), first and middle(s) are from 101 Film Noir Baby Names | Nameberry and surname is from List of The 100 characters - Wikipedia.

The second is {[name_m]CHANCE[/name_m] – 6}, 25, who costars in the cast of your show as {[name_m]CHANCE[/name_m] – 7}. They are outspoken, assertive, passionate, and kind.

• Six.
If you are a fan of [name_u]Sutton[/name_u] [name_m]Foster[/name_m], first and middle(s) are from Traditional Baby Names | Nameberry and surname is from Top 100 Indian Surnames & Symbols by lowchensaustralia.com.
If you don’t like her or don’t know who she is, first and middle(s) are from Hispanic Baby Names | Nameberry and surname is from A List of Portuguese Surnames- Sobrenomes portugueses- Apelidos.

• [name_u]Seven[/name_u].
If you are playing Mrs. [name_m]Lovett[/name_m] in [name_u]Sweeney[/name_u] [name_m]Todd[/name_m], they are playing [name_m]Anthony[/name_m] {a tenor} or [name_f]Johanna[/name_f] {a soprano}.
If you are playing the [name_m]Baker[/name_m]’s Wife in Into the Woods, they are playing the [name_m]Baker[/name_m] {a baritone} or [name_m]Little[/name_m] [name_u]Red[/name_u] {a mezzo-soprano}.
If you are playing [name_f]Christine[/name_f] in Phantom, they are playing [name_m]Raoul[/name_m] {a tenor} or [name_f]Meg[/name_f] {a mezzo-soprano}.
If you are playing [name_f]Velma[/name_f] in Chicago, they are playing [name_u]Billy[/name_u] [name_u]Flynn[/name_u] {a baritone} or [name_f]Roxie[/name_f] {a mezzo-soprano}.
If you are playing Éponine in [name_u]Les[/name_u] Mis, they are playing Enjolras {a baritone} or [name_f]Cosette[/name_f] {a soprano}.
If you are playing [name_f]Glinda[/name_f] in Wicked, they are playing Fiyero {a tenor} or Elphaba {a mezzo-soprano}.

The third is {[name_m]CHANCE[/name_m] – 8}, 21, a sound technician at the recording studio where you and the rest of the actors in your show are creating your cast album, as well as the costar’s roomate. While they love theatre, they prefer to be behind the scenes. They are dilligent, visionary, decisive, and supportive.

• Eight.
If you agree that Fun Home was the right choice for the 2015 [name_u]Tony[/name_u] Award for Best Musical, first and middle(s) are from Italian Names | Nameberry and surname is from http://learn-italian-review.toptenreviews.com/top-10-italian-last-names.html.
If you think Something Rotten!, An American in [name_u]Paris[/name_u], or The Visit should have won, first and middle(s) are from 109 Classic Baby Names with a Twist | Nameberry and surname is from http://www.kellner.eclipse.co.uk/genuki/NTH/Surnames/names5.htm.

The fourth is {[name_m]CHANCE[/name_m] – 9}, 22, a pit musician who plays the {[name_m]ROLL[/name_m] – 10} in the orchestra of your show and happens to live in the same apartment building as you. They aspire to write their own musical someday; they are quiet, ambitious, and imaginative.

• Nine.
If you would like to be on stage, first and middle(s) are from Cool Biblical Baby Names | Nameberry and surname is from Category:Wizard families | Harry Potter Wiki | Fandom.
If you’d rather be a part of the crew or pit, first and middle(s) are from 60 Jazz Baby Names | Nameberry and surname is from Nordic noble surname.

• Ten.

  1. cello or bass
  2. keyboard or piano
  3. trumpet, trombone, or other brass instrument
  4. violin or viola
  5. clarinet, oboe, flute, or saxophone
  6. drums or other percussion

The fifth is {[name_m]CHANCE[/name_m] – 11}, 24, who is already a beloved star, having been on the Broadway stage since they were a teenager. They are a {soprano/baritone}, currently play {[name_m]ROLL[/name_m] – 12} in {12}, a musical that is brilliant and well-loved but less of a household name than your own, and have many fans from around the country. Nevertheless, they are modest, funny, and sweet.

• [name_u]Eleven[/name_u].
If you prefer musicals, first and middle(s) are from Ancient Roman Names | Nameberry and surname is from 100 Most Common US Surnames Origins and Meanings.
If you prefer straight plays, first and middle(s) are from Animal Names for Babies | Nameberry and surname is from Alphabetical list of Scottish names associated with clans and families.

• Twelve.

  1. [name_f]Emma[/name_f] [name_m]Carew[/name_m] or [name_m]Henry[/name_m] [name_m]Jekyll[/name_m] and [name_m]Edward[/name_m] [name_m]Hyde[/name_m] in [name_m]Jekyll[/name_m] and [name_m]Hyde[/name_m]
  2. [name_f]Guenevere[/name_f] or [name_m]King[/name_m] [name_m]Arthur[/name_m] in Camelot
  3. Squeaky Fromme or [name_m]John[/name_m] [name_m]Wilkes[/name_m] [name_m]Booth[/name_m] in Assassins
  4. [name_f]Kate[/name_f] McGowan or [name_m]Fred[/name_m] [name_u]Barrett[/name_u] in Titanic
  5. [name_f]Sylvia[/name_f] [name_m]Llewellyn[/name_m] [name_m]Davies[/name_m] or J. M. [name_u]Barrie[/name_u] in Finding Neverland
  6. [name_f]Olive[/name_f] Ostrovsky or [name_u]Leaf[/name_u] Coneybear in The 25th Annual [name_m]Putnam[/name_m] County Spelling [name_f]Bee[/name_f]

Eventually, you begin dating {whichever of these friends you would like to date}. Though it’s difficult to maintain a relationship while performing eight shows a week, you manage to hang out in the mornings and explore the city on [name_f]Monday[/name_f] nights, when the show is dark.

After a year, it’s closing night of your musical. After you take your final bows, your director takes the stage to make a speech. At the end, she invites your boyfriend/girlfriend to take the microphone. They take a ring box from their pocket and get down on one knee. Of course, you say yes.


Be on the lookout for Part Two!

Your name is [name_f]Kate[/name_f] [name_f]Josephine[/name_f] Marchand and you are twenty-two years old. You grew up in St. [name_m]Louis[/name_m], [name_f]Missouri[/name_f], but you have recently graduated from SUNY in [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] City, and, in an incredible stroke of luck – and after countless singing, acting, and dancing lessons – you have landed a leading role in a new revival on Broadway! You are a mezzo belter, and you are playing Éponine in a revival of [name_u]Les[/name_u] Misérables.

In this first role, you meet a host of wonderful people, five of whom become your closest friends.

The first is [name_m]Miles[/name_m] [name_m]Crane[/name_m] [name_m]Griffin[/name_m], 22, who was a friend of yours in middle school before he moved away after eighth grade to Mamaroneck, a [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] suburb. You run into him at a little [name_m]French[/name_m] place a few blocks away from the theatre district, which, as it turns out, he owns and runs himself. He is cheerful, friendly, and resourceful.

The second is [name_f]Elizabeth[/name_f] [name_f]Anne[/name_f] [name_f]Chandra[/name_f], 25, who costars in [name_u]Les[/name_u] Mis as [name_f]Cosette[/name_f]. She is outspoken, assertive, passionate, and kind.

The third is [name_f]Marzia[/name_f] [name_f]Gianna[/name_f] Bianchi, 21, a sound technician at the recording studio where you and the rest of the actors in your show are creating your cast album, as well as [name_f]Elizabeth[/name_f]'s roommate. While she loves theatre, she prefers to be behind the scenes. She is diligent, visionary, decisive, and supportive.

The fourth is [name_m]Ezra[/name_m] [name_m]Simeon[/name_m] Nott, 22, a pit musician who plays the keyboard in the orchestra of your show and happens to live in the same apartment building as you. He aspires to write his own musical someday; he is quiet, ambitious, and imaginative.

The fifth is [name_f]Cassia[/name_f] [name_f]Laurentia[/name_f] [name_m]Wilson[/name_m], 24, who is already a beloved star, having been on the Broadway stage since she was a teenager. She is a soprano, currently plays [name_f]Guenevere[/name_f] in Camelot, and has many fans from around the country. Nevertheless, she is modest, funny, and sweet.

Eventually, you begin dating [name_f]Cassia[/name_f]. Though it’s difficult to maintain a relationship while performing eight shows a week, you manage to hang out in the mornings and explore the city on [name_f]Monday[/name_f] nights, when the show is dark.

After a year, it’s closing night of your musical. After you take your final bows, your director takes the stage to make a speech. At the end, she invites your girlfriend to take the microphone. [name_f]Cassia[/name_f] takes a ring box from her pocket and gets down on one knee. Of course, you say yes.

Your name is [name_f]Lucy[/name_f] [name_f]Eleonora[/name_f] [name_m]Becker[/name_m] and you are twenty-two years old. You grew up in St. [name_m]Louis[/name_m], [name_f]Missouri[/name_f], but you have recently graduated from [name_f]Columbia[/name_f] University in [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] City, and, in an incredible stroke of luck – and after countless singing, acting, and dancing lessons – you have landed a leading role in a new revival on Broadway! You are a mezzo belter, and you are playing Éponine in a revival of [name_u]Les[/name_u] Misérables.

In this first role, you meet a host of wonderful people, five of whom become your closest friends.

The first is [name_m]Axel[/name_m] [name_m]Guy[/name_m] [name_u]Jordan[/name_u], 22, who was a friend of yours in middle school before he moved away after eighth grade to Mamaroneck, a [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] suburb. You run into him at a little [name_m]French[/name_m] place a few blocks away from the theatre district, which, as it turns out, he owns and runs himself He is cheerful, friendly, and resourceful.

The second is [name_f]Emma[/name_f] [name_f]Jane[/name_f] [name_m]Veer[/name_m], 25, who costars in the cast of your show as [name_f]Cosette[/name_f]. She is outspoken, assertive, passionate, and kind.

The third is [name_m]Dario[/name_m] [name_m]Eliseo[/name_m] Bianchi, 21, a sound technician at the recording studio where you and the rest of the actors in your show are creating your cast album, as well as the costar’s roomate. While he loves theatre, he prefers to be behind the scenes. He is dilligent, visionary, decisive, and supportive.

The fourth is [name_f]Phoebe[/name_f] [name_f]Lydia[/name_f] [name_m]Black[/name_m], 22, a pit musician who plays the saxophone in the orchestra of your show and happens to live in the same apartment building as you. She aspires to write their own musical someday; she is quiet, ambitious, and imaginative.

The fifth is [name_f]Gaia[/name_f] [name_f]Sabina[/name_f] [name_m]Moore[/name_m], 24, who is already a beloved star, having been on the Broadway stage since she was a teenager. She is a soprano, currently playing [name_f]Guenevere[/name_f] in Camelot, a musical that is brilliant and well-loved but less of a household name than your own, and have many fans from around the country. Nevertheless, they are modest, funny, and sweet.

Eventually, you begin dating [name_f]Phoebe[/name_f]. Though it’s difficult to maintain a relationship while performing eight shows a week, you manage to hang out in the mornings and explore the city on [name_f]Monday[/name_f] nights, when the show is dark.

After a year, it’s closing night of your musical. After you take your final bows, your director takes the stage to make a speech. At the end, she invites your girlfriend to take the microphone. They take a ring box from their pocket and get down on one knee. Of course, you say yes.


Your name is [name_f]Amelia[/name_f] [name_f]Iris[/name_f] [name_u]Rousseau[/name_u] and you are twenty-two years old. You grew up in [name_f]Aurora[/name_f], [name_u]Colorado[/name_u], but you have recently graduated from [name_m]Cornell[/name_m] University in [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] City, and, in an incredible stroke of luck – and after countless singing, acting, and dancing lessons – you have landed a leading role in a new revival on Broadway! You are a legit soprano, and you are playing [name_f]Christine[/name_f] in a revivial of The Phantom of the [name_f]Opera[/name_f].

In this first role, you meet a host of wonderful people, five of whom become your closest friends.

The first is [name_m]Cyprus[/name_m] [name_m]Indio[/name_m] [name_m]Barnett[/name_m], 22, who was a friend of yours in middle school before they moved away after eighth grade to Mamaroneck, a [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] suburb. You run into them at a little [name_m]French[/name_m] place a few blocks away from the theatre district, which, as it turns out, they own and run themselves. They are cheerful, friendly, and resourceful.

The second is [name_f]Liliana[/name_f] [name_f]Penelope[/name_f] Arrulo ([name_f]Lili[/name_f]), 25, who costars in the cast of your show as [name_f]Meg[/name_f], a mezzo-soprano. They are outspoken, assertive, passionate, and kind.

The third is [name_m]Adriano[/name_m] [name_m]Samuele[/name_m] [name_m]Rossi[/name_m], 21, a sound technician at the recording studio where you and the rest of the actors in your show are creating your cast album, as well as the costar’s roommate. While they love theatre, they prefer to be behind the scenes. They are diligent, visionary, decisive, and supportive.

The fourth is [name_f]Lydia[/name_f] [name_f]Eve[/name_f] [name_m]Peverell[/name_m], 22, a pit musician who plays the piano in the orchestra of your show and happens to live in the same apartment building as you. They aspire to write their own musical someday; they are quiet, ambitious, and imaginative.

The fifth is [name_f]Cassia[/name_f] [name_f]Junia[/name_f] [name_m]Hayes[/name_m], 24, who is already a beloved star, having been on the Broadway stage since they were a teenager. They are a soprano, currently play [name_f]Olive[/name_f] Ostrovsky in The 25th Annual [name_m]Putnam[/name_m] County Spelling [name_f]Bee[/name_f], a musical that is brilliant and well-loved but less of a household name than your own, and have many fans from around the country. Nevertheless, they are modest, funny, and sweet.

Eventually, you begin dating [name_m]Cyprus[/name_m]. Though it’s difficult to maintain a relationship while performing eight shows a week, you manage to hang out in the mornings and explore the city on [name_f]Monday[/name_f] nights, when the show is dark.

After a year, it’s closing night of your musical. After you take your final bows, your director takes the stage to make a speech. At the end, she invites your boyfriend to take the microphone. They take a ring box from their pocket and get down on one knee. Of course, you say yes.

Your name is [name_f]Tigerlily[/name_f] [name_f]Eva[/name_f] Margesson and you are twenty-two years old. You grew up in Annapolis, Maryland, but you have recently graduated from NYCDA in [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] City, and, in an incredible stroke of luck – and after countless singing, acting, and dancing lessons – you have landed a leading role in a new revival on Broadway! You are a legit soprano, and you are playing [name_f]Christine[/name_f] in a revivial of The Phantom of the [name_f]Opera[/name_f].

In this first role, you meet a host of wonderful people, five of whom become your closest friends.

The first is [name_u]Salem[/name_u] [name_u]Nile[/name_u] Nayyar, 22, who was a friend of yours in middle school before he moved away after eighth grade to Mamaroneck, a [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] suburb. You run into him at a little [name_m]French[/name_m] place a few blocks away from the theatre district, which, as it turns out, he owns and runs himself. He is cheerful, friendly, and resourceful.

The second is [name_f]Valeria[/name_f] [name_f]Dulce[/name_f] Antão, 25, who costars in the cast of your show as [name_f]Meg[/name_f], a mezzo-soprano. She is outspoken, assertive, passionate, and kind.

The third is [name_u]Como[/name_u] [name_m]Rafaele[/name_m] [name_m]Bruno[/name_m], 21, a sound technician at the recording studio where you and the rest of the actors in your show are creating your cast album, as well as the [name_f]Valeria[/name_f]’s roommate. While he loves theatre, he prefers to be behind the scenes. He is dilligent, visionary, decisive, and supportive.

The fourth is [name_f]Sela[/name_f] [name_f]Phoebe[/name_f] Riddle, 22, a pit musician who plays the trombone in the orchestra of your show and happens to live in the same apartment building as you. She aspires to write her own musical someday; she is quiet, ambitious, and imaginative.

The fifth is [name_m]Justus[/name_m] [name_m]Nero[/name_m] [name_m]Young[/name_m], 24, who is already a beloved star, having been on the Broadway stage since he was a teenager. He is a baritone, currently plays [name_u]Leaf[/name_u] Coneybear in The 25th Annual [name_m]Putnam[/name_m] County Spelling [name_f]Bee[/name_f], a musical that is brilliant and well-loved but less of a household name than your own, and have many fans from around the country. Nevertheless, he is modest, funny, and sweet.

Eventually, you begin dating [name_u]Como[/name_u]. Though it’s difficult to maintain a relationship while performing eight shows a week, you manage to hang out in the mornings and explore the city on [name_f]Monday[/name_f] nights, when the show is dark.

After a year, it’s closing night of your musical. After you take your final bows, your director takes the stage to make a speech. At the end, she invites your boyfriend to take the microphone. He takes a ring box from their pocket and gets down on one knee. Of course, you say yes.

Your name is [name_f]Maisie[/name_f] [name_f]Eudora[/name_f] [name_m]Le[/name_m] [name_u]Roux[/name_u] and you are twenty-two years old. You grew up in Tacoma, [name_m]Washington[/name_m], but you have recently graduated from [name_f]Columbia[/name_f] University in [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] City, and, in an incredible stroke of luck – and after countless singing, acting, and dancing lessons – you have landed a leading role in a new revival on Broadway!

You are a legit mezzo-soprano, and you are playing the [name_m]Baker[/name_m]’s Wife in a revival of Into the Woods.

In this first role, you meet a host of wonderful people, five of whom become your closest friends.

The first is [name_u]Indiana[/name_u] [name_m]Berlin[/name_m] [name_m]Fowler[/name_m], 22, who was a friend of yours in middle school before he moved away after eighth grade to Mamaroneck, a [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] suburb. You run into him at a little [name_m]French[/name_m] place a few blocks away from the theatre district, which, as it turns out, he owns and runs himself. He is cheerful, friendly, and resourceful.

The second is [name_f]Caroline[/name_f] [name_f]Charlotte[/name_f] Sahni, 25, who costars in the cast of your show as [name_m]Little[/name_m] [name_u]Red[/name_u], a mezzo-soprano. She is outspoken, assertive, passionate, and kind.

The third is [name_u]Nico[/name_u] [name_m]Sampson[/name_m] [name_u]Page[/name_u], 21, a sound technician at the recording studio where you and the rest of the actors in your show are creating your cast album, as well as the costar’s roommate. While he loves theatre, he prefers to be behind the scenes. They are diligent, visionary, decisive, and supportive.

The fourth is [name_f]Dinah[/name_f] [name_f]Eve[/name_f] Broadmoore, 22, a pit musician who plays the trumpet in the orchestra of your show and happens to live in the same apartment building as you. She aspires to write their own musical someday; she is quiet, ambitious, and imaginative.

The fifth is [name_u]Cato[/name_u] [name_u]Urban[/name_u] [name_m]Phillips[/name_m], 24, who is already a beloved star, having been on the Broadway stage since they were a teenager. They are a baritone, currently play [name_m]Henry[/name_m] [name_m]Jekyll[/name_m] and [name_m]Edward[/name_m] [name_m]Hyde[/name_m] in [name_m]Frank[/name_m] Wildhorn’s [name_m]Jekyll[/name_m] and [name_m]Hyde[/name_m], a musical that is brilliant and well-loved but less of a household name than your own, and have many fans from around the country. Nevertheless, they are modest, funny, and sweet.

Eventually, you begin dating [name_f]Dinah[/name_f]. Though it’s difficult to maintain a relationship while performing eight shows a week, you manage to hang out in the mornings and explore the city on [name_f]Monday[/name_f] nights, when the show is dark.

After a year, it’s closing night of your musical. After you take your final bows, your director takes the stage to make a speech. At the end, she invites your girlfriend to take the microphone. She takes a ring box from their pocket and gets down on one knee. Of course, you say yes.

Your name is [name_f]Edith[/name_f] [name_f]Imogen[/name_f] Pelletier [name_f]Edie[/name_f] and you are twenty-two years old. You grew up in [name_m]Fort[/name_m] [name_m]Worth[/name_m], [name_u]Texas[/name_u], but you have recently graduated from [name_m]Cornell[/name_m] University in [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] City, and, in an incredible stroke of luck – and after countless singing, acting, and dancing lessons – you have landed a leading role in a new revival on Broadway! You are a legit soprano, and you are playing [name_f]Christine[/name_f] in a revivial of The Phantom of the [name_f]Opera[/name_f].

In this first role, you meet a host of wonderful people, five of whom become your closest friends.

The first is [name_u]Calder[/name_u] [name_u]Morgan[/name_u] [name_m]Kane[/name_m], 22, who was a friend of yours in middle school before they moved away after eighth grade to Mamaroneck, a [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] suburb. You run into them at a little [name_m]French[/name_m] place a few blocks away from the theatre district, which, as it turns out, they own and run themselves. They are cheerful, friendly, and resourceful.

The second is [name_f]Alice[/name_f] [name_f]Olivia[/name_f] Patel, 25, who costars in the cast of your show as [name_f]Meg[/name_f] {a mazzo-soprano}. They are outspoken, assertive, passionate, and kind.

The third is [name_m]Marco[/name_m] Guiseppe Moretti, 21, a sound technician at the recording studio where you and the rest of the actors in your show are creating your cast album, as well as the costar’s roomate. While they love theatre, they prefer to be behind the scenes. They are dilligent, visionary, decisive, and supportive.

The fourth is [name_u]Mercer[/name_u] [name_u]Lionel[/name_u] von Koch, 22, a pit musician who plays the drums in the orchestra of your show and happens to live in the same apartment building as you. They aspire to write their own musical someday; they are quiet, ambitious, and imaginative.

The fifth is [name_f]Gaia[/name_f] [name_f]Sabina[/name_f] [name_m]Wilson[/name_m], 24, who is already a beloved star, having been on the Broadway stage since they were a teenager. They are a {soprano}, currently play Squeaky Fromme in Assassins, a musical that is brilliant and well-loved but less of a household name than your own, and have many fans from around the country. Nevertheless, they are modest, funny, and sweet.

Eventually, you begin dating [name_m]Marco[/name_m]. Though it’s difficult to maintain a relationship while performing eight shows a week, you manage to hang out in the mornings and explore the city on [name_f]Monday[/name_f] nights, when the show is dark.

After a year, it’s closing night of your musical. After you take your final bows, your director takes the stage to make a speech. At the end, she invites your boyfriend to take the microphone. They take a ring box from their pocket and get down on one knee. Of course, you say yes.

Your name is [name_f]Isabel[/name_f] [name_f]Prudence[/name_f] [name_u]Moreau[/name_u] “[name_u]Izzy[/name_u]” and you are twenty-two years old. You grew up in Annapolis, Maryland, but you have recently graduated from [name_f]Columbia[/name_f] University in [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] City, and, in an incredible stroke of luck – and after countless singing, acting, and dancing lessons – you have landed a leading role in a new revival on Broadway! You are a soprano belter, and you are playing [name_f]Glinda[/name_f] in a revival of Wicked.

In this first role, you meet a host of wonderful people, five of whom become your closest friends.

The first is [name_f]Catalina[/name_f] [name_f]Elba[/name_f] [name_u]Sweeney[/name_u] “[name_f]Cat[/name_f]”, 22, who was a friend of yours in middle school before they moved away after eighth grade to Mamaroneck, a [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] suburb. You run into them at a little [name_m]French[/name_m] place a few blocks away from the theatre district, which, as it turns out, they own and run themselves. They are cheerful, friendly, and resourceful.

The second is [name_f]Liliana[/name_f] [name_f]Penelope[/name_f] Mendes “[name_f]Lillie[/name_f]”, 25, who costars in the cast of your show as Elphaba. They are outspoken, assertive, passionate, and kind.

The third is [name_f]Lucy[/name_f] [name_f]Rose[/name_f] [name_m]Wheeler[/name_m], 21, a sound technician at the recording studio where you and the rest of the actors in your show are creating your cast album, as well as the costar’s roomate. While they love theatre, they prefer to be behind the scenes. They are dilligent, visionary, decisive, and supportive.

The fourth is [name_u]Alexius[/name_u] [name_m]Rocco[/name_m] [name_m]Rossi[/name_m] “[name_u]Lex[/name_u]”, 22, a pit musician who plays the piano in the orchestra of your show and happens to live in the same apartment building as you. They aspire to write their own musical someday; they are quiet, ambitious, and imaginative.

The fifth is [name_m]Magnus[/name_m] [name_m]Philo[/name_m] [name_m]Calloway[/name_m], 24, who is already a beloved star, having been on the Broadway stage since they were a teenager. They are a baritone, currently play [name_m]Henry[/name_m] [name_m]Jekyll[/name_m] and [name_m]Edward[/name_m] [name_m]Hyde[/name_m] in [name_m]Jekyll[/name_m] and [name_m]Hyde[/name_m], a musical that is brilliant and well-loved but less of a household name than your own, and have many fans from around the country. Nevertheless, they are modest, funny, and sweet.

Eventually, you begin dating [name_f]Lillie[/name_f]. Though it’s difficult to maintain a relationship while performing eight shows a week, you manage to hang out in the mornings and explore the city on [name_f]Monday[/name_f] nights, when the show is dark.

After a year, it’s closing night of your musical. After you take your final bows, your director takes the stage to make a speech. At the end, she invites your girlfriend to take the microphone. They take a ring box from their pocket and get down on one knee. Of course, you say yes.

Your name is [name_f]Juliet[/name_f] [name_f]Isadora[/name_f] Legrand and you are twenty-two years old. You grew up in [name_m]Fort[/name_m] [name_m]Worth[/name_m], [name_u]Texas[/name_u], but you have recently graduated from [name_m]Cornell[/name_m] University in [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] City, and, in an incredible stroke of luck – and after countless singing, acting, and dancing lessons – you have landed a leading role in a new revival on Broadway! You are a legit soprano, and you are playing [name_f]Christine[/name_f] in a revivial of The Phantom of the [name_f]Opera[/name_f].
In this first role, you meet a host of wonderful people, five of whom become your closest friends.
The first is [name_f]Clelia[/name_f] [name_f]Fae[/name_f] Browning, 22, who was a friend of yours in middle school before they moved away after eighth grade to Mamaroneck, a [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] suburb. You run into them at a little [name_m]French[/name_m] place a few blocks away from the theatre district, which, as it turns out, they own and run themselves. They are cheerful, friendly, and resourceful.
The second is [name_m]Eduardo[/name_m] [name_m]Xavier[/name_m] Alvares, 25, who costars in the cast of your show as [name_m]Raoul[/name_m], a tenor. They are outspoken, assertive, passionate, and kind.
The third is [name_m]Alec[/name_m] [name_m]Josiah[/name_m] [name_m]Newman[/name_m], 21, a sound technician at the recording studio where you and the rest of the actors in your show are creating your cast album, as well as the costar’s roomate. While they love theatre, they prefer to be behind the scenes. They are dilligent, visionary, decisive, and supportive.
The fourth is [name_f]Lydia[/name_f] [name_f]Atara[/name_f] [name_m]Jones[/name_m], 22, a pit musician who plays the clarinet in the orchestra of your show and happens to live in the same apartment building as you. They aspire to write their own musical someday; they are quiet, ambitious, and imaginative.
The fifth is [name_m]Philip[/name_m] [name_u]Madigan[/name_u] [name_m]Bowie[/name_m], 24, who is already a beloved star, having been on the Broadway stage since they were a teenager. They are a baritone, currently play [name_m]Henry[/name_m] [name_m]Jekyll[/name_m] and [name_m]Edward[/name_m] [name_m]Hyde[/name_m] in [name_m]Jekyll[/name_m] and Hydein, a musical that is brilliant and well-loved but less of a household name than your own, and have many fans from around the country. Nevertheless, they are modest, funny, and sweet.
Eventually, you begin dating [name_m]Philip[/name_m]. Though it’s difficult to maintain a relationship while performing eight shows a week, you manage to hang out in the mornings and explore the city on [name_f]Monday[/name_f] nights, when the show is dark.
After a year, it’s closing night of your musical. After you take your final bows, your director takes the stage to make a speech. At the end, she invites your boyfriend to take the microphone. They take a ring box from their pocket and get down on one knee. Of course, you say yes.

Your name is [name_f]Violet[/name_f] [name_f]Olive[/name_f] [name_m]Henry[/name_m] and you are twenty-two years old. You grew up in Tacoma, [name_m]Washington[/name_m], but you have recently graduated from [name_m]Cornell[/name_m] University in [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] City, and, in an incredible stroke of luck – and after countless singing, acting, and dancing lessons – you have landed a leading role in a new revival on Broadway! You are an alto belter, and you are playing [name_f]Velma[/name_f] in a revival of Chicago.

In this first role, you meet a host of wonderful people, five of whom become your closest friends.

The first is [name_f]Nora[/name_f] [name_u]Vivian[/name_u] [name_m]Clarke[/name_m], 22, who was a friend of yours in middle school before she moved away after eighth grade to Mamaroneck, a [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] suburb. You run into her at a little [name_m]French[/name_m] place a few blocks away from the theatre district, which, as it turns out, she owns and manages it herself. She is cheerful, friendly, and resourceful.

The second is [name_f]Eliana[/name_f] [name_f]Camila[/name_f] Alvarez, 25, who costars in the cast of your show as [name_f]Roxie[/name_f] [name_m]Hart[/name_m]. She is outspoken, assertive, passionate, and kind.

The third is [name_m]Simeon[/name_m] [name_m]Marco[/name_m] [name_m]Pratt[/name_m], 21, a sound technician at the recording studio where you and the rest of the actors in your show are creating your cast album, as well as the costar’s roommate. While he loves theatre, he prefers to be behind the scenes. He is diligent, visionary, decisive, and supportive.

The fourth is [name_m]Ezra[/name_m] [name_u]Jude[/name_u] [name_u]Abbott[/name_u], 22, a pit musician who plays the drums in the orchestra of your show and happens to live in the same apartment building as you. He aspires to write their own musical someday; he is quiet, ambitious, and imaginative.

The fifth is [name_f]Cecilia[/name_f] [name_f]Octavia[/name_f] [name_m]Adams[/name_m], 24, who is already a beloved star, having been on the Broadway stage since she was a teenager. She is a soprano, currently play [name_f]Emma[/name_f] [name_m]Carew[/name_m] in [name_m]Jekyll[/name_m] and [name_m]Hyde[/name_m], a musical that is brilliant and well-loved but less of a household name than your own, and have many fans from around the country. Nevertheless, they are modest, funny, and sweet.

Eventually, you begin dating [name_f]Cecilia[/name_f]. Though it’s difficult to maintain a relationship while performing eight shows a week, you manage to hang out in the mornings and explore the city on [name_f]Monday[/name_f] nights, when the show is dark.

After a year, it’s closing night of your musical. After you take your final bows, your director takes the stage to make a speech. At the end, she invites your girlfriend to take the microphone. She takes a ring box from her pocket and get down on one knee. Of course, you say yes.

Your name is [name_u]Blair[/name_u] [name_f]Matilda[/name_f] [name_m]Eaton[/name_m] and you are twenty-two years old. You grew up in [name_f]Aurora[/name_f], [name_u]Colorado[/name_u], but you have recently graduated from [name_m]Cornell[/name_m] University in [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] City, and, in an incredible stroke of luck – and after countless singing, acting, and dancing lessons – you have landed a leading role in a new revival on Broadway! You are a legit mezzo-soprano, and you are playing the [name_m]Baker[/name_m]’s Wife in a revival of Into the Woods.

In this first role, you meet a host of wonderful people, five of whom become your closest friends.

The first is [name_u]Bristol[/name_u] [name_m]Kingston[/name_m] [name_u]Spencer[/name_u], 22, who was a friend of yours in middle school before he moved away after eighth grade to Mamaroneck, a [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] suburb. You run into him at a little [name_m]French[/name_m] place a few blocks away from the theatre district, which, as it turns out, he owns and runs himself. He is cheerful, friendly, and resourceful.

The second is [name_f]Karina[/name_f] [name_f]Penelope[/name_f] Alvarez, 25, who costars in the cast of your show as [name_m]Little[/name_m] [name_u]Red[/name_u] {a mezzo-soprano}. She is outspoken, assertive, passionate, and kind.

The third is [name_f]Lia[/name_f] [name_f]Simona[/name_f] [name_m]Rossi[/name_m], 21, a sound technician at the recording studio where you and the rest of the actors in your show are creating your cast album, as well as [name_f]Karina[/name_f]’s roomate. While she loves theatre, she prefers to be behind the scenes. She is dilligent, visionary, decisive, and supportive.

The fourth is [name_m]Miles[/name_m] [name_m]Calloway[/name_m] [name_m]Montgomery[/name_m], 22, a pit musician who plays the flute in the orchestra of your show and happens to live in the same apartment building as you. He aspires to write his own musical someday; he is quiet, ambitious, and imaginative.

The fifth is [name_m]Felix[/name_m] [name_m]Cicero[/name_m] [name_u]Carter[/name_u], 24, who is already a beloved star, having been on the Broadway stage since he was a teenager. They are a baritone, currently play [name_m]Fred[/name_m] [name_u]Barrett[/name_u] in Titanic, a musical that is brilliant and well-loved but less of a household name than your own, and has many fans from around the country. Nevertheless, he is modest, funny, and sweet.

Eventually, you begin dating [name_u]Bristol[/name_u]. Though it’s difficult to maintain a relationship while performing eight shows a week, you manage to hang out in the mornings and explore the city on [name_f]Monday[/name_f] nights, when the show is dark.

After a year, it’s closing night of your musical. After you take your final bows, your director takes the stage to make a speech. At the end, she invites [name_u]Bristol[/name_u] to take the microphone. He takes a ring box from his pocket and gets down on one knee. Of course, you say yes.

Your name is [name_f]Thea[/name_f] [name_f]Imogen[/name_f] Deschamps and you are twenty-two years old. You grew up in Bangor, [name_f]Maine[/name_f]; but you have recently graduated from [name_f]Columbia[/name_f] University in [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] City, and, in an incredible stroke of luck – and after countless singing, acting, and dancing lessons – you have landed a leading role in a new revival on Broadway! You are a legit mezzo-soprano, and you are playing the [name_m]Baker[/name_m]’s Wife in a revival of Into the Woods.

In this first role, you meet a host of wonderful people, five of whom become your closest friends.

The first is [name_u]Holland[/name_u] [name_f]Elba[/name_f] [name_m]Parsons[/name_m], 22, who was a friend of yours in middle school before they moved away after eighth grade to Mamaroneck, a [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] suburb. You run into them at a little [name_m]French[/name_m] place a few blocks away from the theatre district, which, as it turns out, they own and run themselves. They are cheerful, friendly, and resourceful.

The second is [name_m]Xavier[/name_m] [name_m]Luis[/name_m] Areosa, 25, who costars in the cast of your show as the [name_m]Baker[/name_m]. They are outspoken, assertive, passionate, and kind.

The third is [name_m]Enzo[/name_m] [name_u]Mattia[/name_u] Bianchi, 21, a sound technician at the recording studio where you and the rest of the actors in your show are creating your cast album, as well as [name_m]Xavier[/name_m]’s roomate. While they love theatre, they prefer to be behind the scenes. They are dilligent, visionary, decisive, and supportive.

The fourth is [name_m]Elijah[/name_m] [name_m]Gideon[/name_m] [name_m]Prince[/name_m], 22, a pit musician who plays the drums in the orchestra of your show and happens to live in the same apartment building as you. They aspire to write their own musical someday; they are quiet, ambitious, and imaginative.

The fifth is [name_f]Tabitha[/name_f] [name_u]Wren[/name_u] MacDuffie, 24, who is already a beloved star, having been on the Broadway stage since they were a teenager. They are a soprano, currently play [name_f]Sylvia[/name_f] [name_m]Llewellyn[/name_m] [name_m]Davies[/name_m] in Finding Neverland, a musical that is brilliant and well-loved but less of a household name than your own, and have many fans from around the country. Nevertheless, they are modest, funny, and sweet.

Eventually, you begin dating [name_m]Elijah[/name_m]. Though it’s difficult to maintain a relationship while performing eight shows a week, you manage to hang out in the mornings and explore the city on [name_f]Monday[/name_f] nights, when the show is dark.

After a year, it’s closing night of your musical. After you take your final bows, your director takes the stage to make a speech. At the end, she invites your boyfriend to take the microphone. They take a ring box from their pocket and get down on one knee. Of course, you say yes.

Your name is [name_f]Maisie[/name_f] [name_f]Odette[/name_f] Fleury and you are twenty-two years old. You grew up in Annapolis, Maryland, but you have recently graduated from SUNY in [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] City, and, in an incredible stroke of luck – and after countless singing, acting, and dancing lessons – you have landed a leading role in a new revival on Broadway! You are an alto belter, and you are playing [name_f]Velma[/name_f] in a revival of Chicago.

The first is [name_u]Storm[/name_u] [name_u]Eden[/name_u] [name_u]Green[/name_u], 22, who was a friend of yours in middle school before they moved away after eighth grade to Mamaroneck, a [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] suburb. You run into them at a little [name_m]French[/name_m] place a few blocks away from the theatre district, which, as it turns out, they own and run themselves. They are cheerful, friendly, and resourceful.

The second is [name_u]Lawrence[/name_u] [name_f]Isabel[/name_f] Subram, 25, who costars in the cast of your show as [name_f]Roxie[/name_f] [name_m]Hart[/name_m]. She is outspoken, assertive, passionate, and kind.

The third is [name_f]Lucrezia[/name_f] “[name_u]Luca[/name_u]” [name_f]Zelmira[/name_f] [name_m]Romano[/name_m], 21, a sound technician at the recording studio where you and the rest of the actors in your show are creating your cast album, as well as [name_u]Lawrence[/name_u]'s roommate. While she loves theatre, she prefers to be behind the scenes. She is diligent, visionary, decisive, and supportive.

The fourth is [name_f]Atara[/name_f] [name_f]Deborah[/name_f] Goldstein, 22, a pit musician who plays the saxophone in the orchestra of your show and happens to live in the same apartment building as you. She aspires to write their own musical someday; she is quiet, ambitious, and imaginative.

The fifth is [name_m]Felix[/name_m] [name_m]Cicero[/name_m] [name_m]Allen[/name_m], 24, who is already a beloved star, having been on the Broadway stage since he was a teenager. He is a baritone, currently plays [name_u]Leaf[/name_u] Coneybear in The 25th Annual [name_m]Putnam[/name_m] County Spelling [name_f]Bee[/name_f], a musical that is brilliant and well-loved but less of a household name than your own, and have many fans from around the country. Nevertheless, he is modest, funny, and sweet.

Eventually, you begin dating [name_u]Lawrence[/name_u]. Though it’s difficult to maintain a relationship while performing eight shows a week, you manage to hang out in the mornings and explore the city on [name_f]Monday[/name_f] nights, when the show is dark.

After a year, it’s closing night of your musical. After you take your final bows, your director takes the stage to make a speech. At the end, she invites your girlfriend to take the microphone. She takes a ring box from their pocket and gets down on one knee. Of course, you say yes.

Your name is [name_f]Juliet[/name_f] [name_f]Rosamund[/name_f] [name_f]Edith[/name_f] Duval and you are twenty-two years old. You grew up in Annapolis, Maryland, but you have recently graduated from NYU in [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] City, and, in an incredible stroke of luck – and after countless singing, acting, and dancing lessons – you have landed a leading role in a new revival on Broadway! You are a soprano belter, and you are playing [name_f]Glinda[/name_f] in a revival of Wicked.

In this first role, you meet a host of wonderful people, five of whom become your closest friends.

The first is [name_u]Vivian[/name_u] [name_f]Lilah[/name_f] [name_u]Murphy[/name_u], 22, who was a friend of yours in middle school before she moved away after eighth grade to Mamaroneck, a [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] suburb. You run into her at a little [name_m]French[/name_m] place a few blocks away from the theatre district, which, as it turns out, she owns and runs herself. She is cheerful, friendly, and resourceful.

The second is [name_m]William[/name_m] [name_m]Robert[/name_m] “[name_m]Will[/name_m]” Joshi, 25, who costars in the cast of your show as Fiyero {a tenor}. He is outspoken, assertive, passionate, and kind.

The third is [name_m]Dante[/name_m] [name_m]Marcello[/name_m] [name_m]Colombo[/name_m], 21, a sound technician at the recording studio where you and the rest of the actors in your show are creating your cast album, as well as the costar’s roomate. While he loves theatre, he prefers to be behind the scenes. He is diligent, visionary, decisive, and supportive.

The fourth is [name_f]Lydia[/name_f] [name_f]Susannah[/name_f] [name_m]Prewett[/name_m], 22, a pit musician who plays the violin in the orchestra of your show and happens to live in the same apartment building as you. She aspires to write her own musical someday; she is quiet, ambitious, and imaginative.

The fifth is [name_f]Cecilia[/name_f] [name_f]Tatiana[/name_f] “[name_f]Cece[/name_f]” [name_m]Bennett[/name_m], 24, who is already a beloved star, having been on the Broadway stage since she was a teenager. She is a soprano, currently plays [name_f]Olive[/name_f] Ostrovsky in The 25th Annual [name_m]Putnam[/name_m] County Spelling [name_f]Bee[/name_f], a musical that is brilliant and well-loved but less of a household name than your own, and has many fans from around the country. Nevertheless, she is modest, funny, and sweet.

Eventually, you begin dating [name_m]Dante[/name_m]. Though it’s difficult to maintain a relationship while performing eight shows a week, you manage to hang out in the mornings and explore the city on [name_f]Monday[/name_f] nights, when the show is dark.

After a year, it’s closing night of your musical. After you take your final bows, your director takes the stage to make a speech. At the end, she invites your boyfriend to take the microphone. He take a ring box from his pocket and gets down on one knee. Of course, you say yes.

Your name is [name_f]Maisie[/name_f] [name_f]Eleonora[/name_f] [name_m]Philippe[/name_m] and you are twenty-two years old. You grew up in [name_f]Aurora[/name_f], [name_u]Colorado[/name_u], but you have recently graduated from [name_m]Cornell[/name_m] University in [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] City, and, in an incredible stroke of luck – and after countless singing, acting, and dancing lessons – you have landed a leading role in a new revival on Broadway! You are a mezzo belter, and you are playing Éponine in a revival of [name_u]Les[/name_u] Misérables.

In this first role, you meet a host of wonderful people, five of whom become your closest friends.

The first is [name_f]Lilah[/name_f] [name_f]Georgette[/name_f] [name_u]Green[/name_u], 22, who was a friend of yours in middle school before they moved away after eighth grade to Mamaroneck, a [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] suburb. You run into them at a little [name_m]French[/name_m] place a few blocks away from the theatre district, which, as it turns out, they own and run themselves. They are cheerful, friendly, and resourceful.

The second is [name_m]Leo[/name_m] [name_m]Nicholas[/name_m] Chander, 25, who costars in the cast of your show as Enjolras. They are outspoken, assertive, passionate, and kind.

The third is [name_m]Matteo[/name_m] [name_u]Luca[/name_u] Felici “[name_m]Matt[/name_m]”, 21, a sound technician at the recording studio where you and the rest of the actors in your show are creating your cast album, as well as the costar’s roomate. While they love theatre, they prefer to be behind the scenes. They are dilligent, visionary, decisive, and supportive.

The fourth is [name_f]Eve[/name_f] [name_f]Susannah[/name_f] [name_m]Johnson[/name_m], 22, a pit musician who plays the drums in the orchestra of your show and happens to live in the same apartment building as you. They aspire to write their own musical someday; they are quiet, ambitious, and imaginative.

The fifth is [name_m]Augustus[/name_m] [name_m]Felix[/name_m] [name_m]Alexander[/name_m] “[name_u]August[/name_u]”, 24, who is already a beloved star, having been on the Broadway stage since they were a teenager. They are a baritone, currently play J. M. [name_u]Barrie[/name_u] in Finding Neverland, a musical that is brilliant and well-loved but less of a household name than your own, and have many fans from around the country. Nevertheless, they are modest, funny, and sweet.

Eventually, you begin dating [name_u]August[/name_u] [name_m]Alexander[/name_m]. Though it’s difficult to maintain a relationship while performing eight shows a week, you manage to hang out in the mornings and explore the city on [name_f]Monday[/name_f] nights, when the show is dark.

After a year, it’s closing night of your musical. After you take your final bows, your director takes the stage to make a speech. At the end, she invites your boyfriend to take the microphone. They take a ring box from their pocket and get down on one knee. Of course, you say yes.

(I LOVED this! Please do a part two!)

Your name is [name_f]Phoebe[/name_f] [name_f]Susannah[/name_f] [name_u]Moreau[/name_u] and you are twenty-two years old. You grew up in Annapolis, MD, but you have recently graduated from AMDA in [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] City, and, in an incredible stroke of luck – and after countless singing, acting, and dancing lessons – you have landed a leading role in a new revival on Broadway! You are a legit mezzo-soprano, and you are playing the [name_m]Baker[/name_m]’s Wife in a revival of Into the Woods.

In this first role, you meet a host of wonderful people, five of whom become your closest friends.

The first is [name_f]Mona[/name_f] [name_f]Evangelene[/name_f] [name_m]Reyes[/name_m], 22, who was a friend of yours in middle school before she moved away after eighth grade to Mamaroneck, a [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] suburb. You run into her at a little [name_m]French[/name_m] place a few blocks away from the theatre district, which, as it turns out, she owns and runs herself. She is cheerful, friendly, and resourceful.

The second is [name_m]Isaac[/name_m] [name_m]Daniel[/name_m] Raman, 25, who costars in the cast of your show as the [name_m]Baker[/name_m]. He is outspoken, assertive, passionate, and kind.

The third is [name_m]Josiah[/name_m] [name_m]Davis[/name_m] [name_m]Peabody[/name_m], 21, a sound technician at the recording studio where you and the rest of the actors in your show are creating your cast album, as well as the costar’s roomate. While he loves theatre, he prefers to be behind the scenes. He is dilligent, visionary, decisive, and supportive.

The fourth is [name_u]Ellington[/name_u] [name_f]Cassandra[/name_f] Hoff, 22, a pit musician who plays the violin in the orchestra of your show and happens to live in the same apartment building as you. She aspires to write her own musical someday; she is quiet, ambitious, and imaginative.

The fifth is [name_m]Rufus[/name_m] [name_m]Cicero[/name_m] [name_m]Adams[/name_m], 24, who is already a beloved star, having been on the Broadway stage since he was a teenager. He currently plays [name_m]King[/name_m] [name_m]Arthur[/name_m] in Camelot, a musical that is brilliant and well-loved but less of a household name than your own, and has many fans from around the country. Nevertheless, he is modest, funny, and sweet.

Eventually, you begin dating [name_u]Ellington[/name_u]. Though it’s difficult to maintain a relationship while performing eight shows a week, you manage to hang out in the mornings and explore the city on [name_f]Monday[/name_f] nights, when the show is dark.

After a year, it’s closing night of your musical. After you take your final bows, your director takes the stage to make a speech. At the end, she invites your datemate to take the microphone. She takes a ring box from her pocket and gets down on one knee. Of course, you say yes.

Your name is [name_f]Eleanor[/name_f] [name_f]Matilda[/name_f] Dubois, and you are twenty-two years old. You grew up in [name_m]Fort[/name_m] [name_m]Worth[/name_m], [name_u]Texas[/name_u], but you have recently graduated from AMDA in [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] City, and, in an incredible stroke of luck – and after countless singing, acting, and dancing lessons – you have landed a leading role in a new revival on Broadway! You are a mezzo belter, and you are playing Éponine in a revival of [name_u]Les[/name_u] Misérables.

In this first role, you meet a host of wonderful people, five of whom become your closest friends.

The first is [name_m]Miles[/name_m] [name_m]Bruno[/name_m] [name_m]Griffin[/name_m], 22, who was a friend of yours in middle school before they moved away after eighth grade to Mamaroneck, a [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] suburb. You run into them at a little [name_m]French[/name_m] place a few blocks away from the theatre district, which, as it turns out, they own and run themselves. They are cheerful, friendly, and resourceful.

The second is [name_m]Henry[/name_m] [name_m]George[/name_m] [name_u]Shan[/name_u], 25, who costars in the cast of your show as Enjolras. They are outspoken, assertive, passionate, and kind.

The third is [name_m]Willem[/name_m] [name_m]Josiah[/name_m] [name_m]Norton[/name_m], 21, a sound technician at the recording studio where you and the rest of the actors in your show are creating your cast album, as well as the costar’s roommate. While they love theatre, they prefer to be behind the scenes. They are diligent, visionary, decisive, and supportive.

The fourth is [name_f]Tabitha[/name_f] [name_f]Eve[/name_f] [name_m]Buchanan[/name_m], 22, a pit musician who plays the flute in the orchestra of your show and happens to live in the same apartment building as you. They aspire to write their own musical someday; they are quiet, ambitious, and imaginative.

The fifth is [name_m]Felix[/name_m] [name_m]Rufus[/name_m] [name_m]Stewart[/name_m], 24, who is already a beloved star, having been on the Broadway stage since they were a teenager. They are a baritone, currently play [name_m]Fred[/name_m] [name_u]Barrett[/name_u] in Titanic, a musical that is brilliant and well-loved but less of a household name than your own, and have many fans from around the country. Nevertheless, they are modest, funny, and sweet.

Eventually, you begin dating [name_m]Felix[/name_m]. Though it’s difficult to maintain a relationship while performing eight shows a week, you manage to hang out in the mornings and explore the city on [name_f]Monday[/name_f] nights, when the show is dark.

After a year, it’s closing night of your musical. After you take your final bows, your director takes the stage to make a speech. At the end, she invites your boyfriend to take the microphone. He takes a ring box from his pocket and gets down on one knee. Of course, you say yes.

My name is [name_f]Delia[/name_f] [name_f]Jocasta[/name_f] Allerton and I am 22 years old. I grew up in Annapolis, Maryland but I have recently graduated from SUNY and, in an incredible stroke of luck – and after countless singing, acting, and dancing lessons – I have landed a leading role in a new revival on Broadway!I am a soprano belter, and I am playing*[name_f]Glinda[/name_f]*in a revival of Wicked.

In this first role, I meet a host of wonderful people, five of whom become my closest friends.

The first is [name_f]Holiday[/name_f] [name_f]Ida[/name_f] [name_m]Griffin[/name_m], 22, who was a friend of mine in middle school before she moved away after eighth grade to Mamaroneck, a*[name_m]New[/name_m]*[name_m]York[/name_m]suburb. I run into them at a little[name_m]French[/name_m]*place a few blocks away from the theatre district, which, as it turns out, she owns and runs herself. She is cheerful, friendly, and resourceful.

The second is [name_f]Camila[/name_f] [name_f]Alejandra[/name_f] Alipia, 25. She costars in the cast of my show as Elphaba (a mezzo-soprano). She is outspoken, assertive, passionate, and kind.

The third is [name_m]Willem[/name_m] [name_u]Willoughby[/name_u] [name_f]Nansey[/name_f], 21, a sound technician at the recording studio where I and the rest of the actors in my show are creating our cast album, as well as the [name_f]Camila[/name_f]’s roommate. While he loves theatre, he prefers to be behind the scenes. He is dilligent, visionary, decisive, and supportive.

The fourth is [name_m]Asher[/name_m] [name_u]Micah[/name_u] [name_m]Montague[/name_m], 22, a pit musician who plays the cello in the orchestra of my show and happens to live in the same apartment building as me. He aspires to write his own musical someday; he is quiet, ambitious, and imaginative.

The fifth is [name_f]Vita[/name_f] [name_f]Dulcia[/name_f] [name_u]Taylor[/name_u], 24, who is already a beloved star, having been on the Broadway stage since she was a teenager. She is a soprano, currently plays [name_f]Sylvia[/name_f] [name_m]Llewellyn[/name_m] [name_m]Davies[/name_m] in Neverland, a musical that is brilliant and well-loved but less of a household name than your own, and have many fans from around the country. Nevertheless, she is modest, funny, and sweet.

Eventually, I began dating [name_m]Willem[/name_m] though it’s difficult to maintain a relationship while performing eight shows a week, we managed to hang out in the mornings and explore the city on*[name_f]Monday[/name_f]*nights, when the show was dark.

After a year, it’s closing night of my musical. After I take my final bows, my director takes the stage to make a speech. At the end, she invites my boyfriend to take the microphone. He takes a ring box from his pocket and gets down on one knee. Of course, I say yes.

Your name is [name_u]Courtney[/name_u] [name_f]Harriet[/name_f] [name_m]Brewster[/name_m] and you are twenty-two years old. You grew up in Bangor, [name_f]Maine[/name_f], but you have recently graduated from [name_m]Cornell[/name_m] University in [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] City, and, in an incredible stroke of luck – and after countless singing, acting, and dancing lessons – you have landed a leading role in a new revival on Broadway! You are an alto belter, and you are playing [name_f]Velma[/name_f] in a revival of Chicago.

In this first role, you meet a host of wonderful people, five of whom become your closest friends.

The first is [name_u]Sydney[/name_u] [name_u]Bolivia[/name_u] Wolowitz, 22, who was a friend of yours in middle school before they moved away after eighth grade to Mamaroneck, a [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] suburb. You run into them at a little [name_m]French[/name_m] place a few blocks away from the theatre district, which, as it turns out, they own and run themselves. They are cheerful, friendly, and resourceful.

The second is [name_m]Cristian[/name_m] [name_m]Emiliano[/name_m] [name_f]Anaya[/name_f], 25, who costars in the cast of your show as [name_u]Billy[/name_u] [name_u]Flynn[/name_u] {a baritone}. They are outspoken, assertive, passionate, and kind.

The third is [name_f]Elisabeth[/name_f] [name_f]Mariel[/name_f] [name_m]Parry[/name_m], 21, a sound technician at the recording studio where you and the rest of the actors in your show are creating your cast album, as well as the costar’s roomate. While they love theatre, they prefer to be behind the scenes. They are dilligent, visionary, decisive, and supportive.

The fourth is [name_m]Phineas[/name_m] [name_m]Levi[/name_m] [name_m]Steward[/name_m], 22, a pit musician who plays the violin in the orchestra of your show and happens to live in the same apartment building as you. They aspire to write their own musical someday; they are quiet, ambitious, and imaginative.

The fifth is [name_m]Justus[/name_m] [name_m]Caesar[/name_m] [name_m]Anderson[/name_m], 24, who is already a beloved star, having been on the Broadway stage since they were a teenager. They are a baritone, currently play [name_m]King[/name_m] [name_m]Arthur[/name_m] in Camelot, a musical that is brilliant and well-loved but less of a household name than your own, and have many fans from around the country. Nevertheless, they are modest, funny, and sweet.

Eventually, you begin dating [name_m]Justus[/name_m]. Though it’s difficult to maintain a relationship while performing eight shows a week, you manage to hang out in the mornings and explore the city on [name_f]Monday[/name_f] nights, when the show is dark.

After a year, it’s closing night of your musical. After you take your final bows, your director takes the stage to make a speech. At the end, she invites your boyfriend to take the microphone. They take a ring box from their pocket and get down on one knee. Of course, you say yes.

Your name is [name_f]Allegra[/name_f] [name_f]Harriet[/name_f] Muller and you are twenty-two years old. You grew up in Bangor, [name_f]Maine[/name_f], but you have recently graduated from [name_f]Columbia[/name_f] University in [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] City, and, in an incredible stroke of luck – and after countless singing, acting, and dancing lessons – you have landed a leading role in a new revival on Broadway! You are a soprano belter, and you are playing [name_f]Glinda[/name_f] in a revival of Wicked.

In this first role, you meet a host of wonderful people, five of whom become your closest friends.

The first is [name_f]Della[/name_f] [name_f]Poppy[/name_f] [name_m]Kane[/name_m], 22, who was a friend of yours in middle school before they moved away after eighth grade to Mamaroneck, a [name_m]New[/name_m] [name_m]York[/name_m] suburb. You run into them at a little [name_m]French[/name_m] place a few blocks away from the theatre district, which, as it turns out, they own and run themselves. They are cheerful, friendly, and resourceful.

The second is [name_f]Grace[/name_f] [name_f]Isabel[/name_f] [name_f]Jana[/name_f], 25, who costars in the cast of your show as Elphaba {a mezzo-soprano} . They are outspoken, assertive, passionate, and kind.

The third is [name_m]Davis[/name_m] [name_m]Alec[/name_m] Needle, 21, a sound technician at the recording studio where you and the rest of the actors in your show are creating your cast album, as well as the costar’s roomate. While they love theatre, they prefer to be behind the scenes. They are dilligent, visionary, decisive, and supportive.

The fourth is [name_m]Abel[/name_m] [name_m]Gideon[/name_m] Krum, 22, a pit musician who plays the violin in the orchestra of your show and happens to live in the same apartment building as you. They aspire to write their own musical someday; they are quiet, ambitious, and imaginative.

The fifth is [name_m]Remus[/name_m] [name_m]Marcus[/name_m] [name_m]Scott[/name_m], 24, who is already a beloved star, having been on the Broadway stage since they were a teenager. They are a soprano, currently play J. M. [name_u]Barrie[/name_u] in Finding Neverland, a musical that is brilliant and well-loved but less of a household name than your own, and have many fans from around the country. Nevertheless, they are modest, funny, and sweet.

Eventually, you begin dating [name_m]Remus[/name_m]. Though it’s difficult to maintain a relationship while performing eight shows a week, you manage to hang out in the mornings and explore the city on [name_f]Monday[/name_f] nights, when the show is dark.

After a year, it’s closing night of your musical. After you take your final bows, your director takes the stage to make a speech. At the end, she invites your boyfriend/girlfriend to take the microphone. They take a ring box from their pocket and get down on one knee. Of course, you say yes.