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30 September 2011 @ 12:55 am
Title: Fifty Steps At A Time
Author: writinchica2k
Fandom: A Chorus Line
Challenge: 1fandom theme set #1
Rating: PG13
Warnings: brief references to drug use and racism
Disclaimer: I am not Michael Bennett, James Kirkwood, Nicholas Dante, Marvin Hamlisch, or Edward Kleban. Me just borrow.
 
 
24 September 2011 @ 12:54 am
Title: Our Love Holds On
Author: writinchica2k
Fandom: Rock Of Ages musical
Rating: PG13 with a couple bits of innuendo
Summary: 1sentence challengefic
Disclaimer: Chris D'Arienzo's creation, not mine. Me just borrow.

Fame was an inferno and love was a flickering candle; one was exciting but dangerous, and one offered no surprises but was comforting in its familiarity...
 
 
Title: Be Careful With the Flame
Author: _starrystarry 
Fandom: Arcadia
Pairing: Septimus/Thomasina
Rating: R
Summary: Septimus often chides Thomasina for being young, but in truth he is still in his salad days as well.


Fic at my journal
 
 
Current Music: up the wolves -- the mountain goats
 
 
Title: Till Lethe quench life's burning stream
Author: chaletian
Fandom: Arcadia (Tom Stoppard)
Rating: PG-13
Summary: “We cannot know how it will end, Septimus. That is the point.”
Author’s Note: Written for marketchippie's prompt (Arcadia; Thomasina(/Septimus); time is all around/except inside my clock/everybody's waiting for their lover to unlock) at the Awesome Ladies Ficathon meme.



He’ll come, of course, Septimus. As she enters her chamber and leaves the door ajar, rests her candle on her writing table, Thomasina knows that he’ll come, because he’s Septimus and she’s Thomasina and they – are – so – determined. She glances in the mirror, and wonders how she will feel in the morning: seventeen and a woman.
 
 
21 June 2009 @ 08:44 pm
Title: Thermodynamics

Fandom: Arcadia

Pairing: Septimus/Thomasina

Rating: PG-13

("I've decided what I want for my birthday," Thomasina murmurs.)
 
 
 
16 June 2009 @ 08:30 pm
Title: King Lear in Ancient Rome
Author: frerardislove 
Fandom: King Lear (Shakespearean Play)
Rating: Pg-13
Summary: Emperor Lear of the Roman Empire has aged greatly over the years and his heart is getting weaker and weaker still. He will step down as emperor and split the land among his three daughters Goneril, Regan, and Cordelia. How the land will be separated is up to them.They must carefully answer the important question asked by their father: "Who loves me the most?"
Disclaimer: I did not write the original King Lear, that was William Shakespeare as far as I know. I do not profit from this fiction. 
Warnings: Slight swearing, murder, suicide, slight self-multilation, death.
Author's note: I am taking Shakespearean Studies as a class for my senior year of high school. As a final exam, my teacher assigned (with a strict rubric) to somehow rewrite the play King Lear, our imagination being the only limitation with our creative processes, as long as we kept the main important events. I decided to have the play take place in Rome circa 200 B.C. after the second Punic War against Carthage. I am also taking Western Civilization and we learned in depth on Rome, so on top of online research, I had my own notes from class to reference. I wanted Lear to be an emperor, but also have the same governmental system of the early Roman Republic, so I combined the two. There may be some anachronisms, but hey, it is a work of fiction, remember. I can have whatever I want happen. I hope you enjoy.

On with the show

 
 
Title: The End of All Our Exploring
Author: likethesun2
Fandom: William Finn’s musical Falsettos (and the Marvin Trilogy series of shows in general)
Pairings: Various, but Marvin/Whizzer centrally.
Rating and Warnings: R-ish. Spoilers for the show.
Summary: He believes that what patterns really refer to is the phenomenon where you know the end from the behavior of the beginning. And he’s never had much interest in seeing anything through to the end.

"The End of All Our Exploring"
 
 
18 February 2008 @ 05:54 pm
I'm new to the community—I stumbled across it while doing an interest search. These two pieces were written last fall. I played the lead in Anouilh's Antigone last semester, and it inspired me to do some writing on the subject.

Title: She Was Oedipus
Fandom: Antigone
Rating: none
Notes: Just a short drabble piece I wrote to think a little more about my role.
( She was Oedipus )


Title: Self-Righteous
Fandom: Antigone
Rating: none
Notes: On the death of Antigone.
( Creon had been right after all. )
 
 
07 January 2008 @ 10:04 am
I'm on the hunt for Neil Simon fanfiction... and I thought you'd probably know where I could find some.
If this isn't an appropriate post, I'm perfectly willing to delete it. :)


Thanks for any help, in advance.
 
 
Title: Victoria’s Secret
Author: htbthomas
Fandom: The Pirates of Penzance
Rating: PG
Word Count: 4,200 words
Summary: 25 years after the Pirates of Penzance story ends, at the dawning of a new century, the children of the original cast of characters struggle with questions of love and purpose. Written with tongue firmly in cheek. Please excuse any historical details that are not precisely accurate, after all, W.S. Gilbert rarely worried about that himself. :)
Author’s Note: Lyrics are set apart from the main text and placed in italics. And for the purposes of this story, I am assuming that “wards in chancery” means that General Stanley’s daughters were not actually related.

Setting: England, 1904, 25 years after the end of The Pirates of Penzance

Dramatis Personae (in order of appearance)
Victoria (daughter of Mabel and Frederic)
Jonathan (son of Robert, the ex-Pirate King and Edith)
Robert, the ex-Pirate King
Mabel (heroine of Pirates of Penzance)
Frederic (hero of Pirates of Penzance)
Jane (daughter of Kate and Samuel)
Company (various still-living members of the original cast and their progeny)

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( Wildly out of character for the usually bombastic openings of Arthur Sullivan, the music begins with a trilling of woodwinds and strings, swelling gently to the opening words of the besotted young man )