June 6, 2005

It’s one thing for a collaborator of yours to win the Tony Award for Best Book of a Musical.

It’s quite another for her to look so fucking gorgeous accepting it.

Sometimes there is justice in the world.

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14 Responses to It’s one thing for a

  1. David says:

    When you win Best Music of a Musical, you will look equally gorgeous. Just don’t wear the same dress.

  2. Jeffrey says:

    What David said. I don’t think that fuzzy décolletage would suit you….

  3. Thom says:

    When we were watching that segment, I turned to Jeff and mused that one day we’d be seeing you there.

  4. hot toddy says:

    I have to apologize. I don’t remember that part.

  5. Brian says:

    Good Lord, Faustus, you are the fag with the most heat in Manhattan at this point. If you don’t end up on the cover of HX magazine, you need to fire your publicist!

  6. campbell says:

    Faustus, David is right. That dress, while perfectly lovely, is just not YOU.

    I see you more in emerald green velvet; I’m thinking Alexander McQueen, Kate Winslett, Oscars – that kind of thing.

  7. Wayne says:

    I love women with black feathers up her chest.

  8. anapestic says:

    I reckon that Faustus can wear just about anything well, but let’s hope that he doesn’t go for the standard black tux. Assuming that his coloring is anything like that Derfner fellow, he can shine in something a lot more interesting than basic black. I think the feathers (in a different color) would work, though.

  9. Convivia says:

    Fantastic dress. Couldn’t happen to a nicer librettist.

    And remember, the Tonys are after Memorial Day, which means that you can wear a tropical dinner jacket.

  10. anapestic says:

    Can we all agree that what we really want to see is Faustus wearing a kilt while accepting his Tony? The online tartan directories don’t list the Faustus clan tartan, but I’m sure this omission is nothing more than an unfortunate oversight on their part.

  11. birdfarm says:

    I ‘m sorta wishing I’d had sex with you while we were in college.

    I know, I know, our complete incompatibility & lack of mutual attraction would have put a damper on this activity (understatement).

    But “I knew that famous person in college” is just so unconvincing (as I know from making that statement about Matt Damon for the last few years).

    “I had sex with that famous person in college,” if not more convincing, is at least more entertaining.

    Although…it does occur to me that I could say that I had sex with someone who was in some kind of (reportedly lackluster) group-sex scenario with you…

    But my hopes are dashed as I realize that this claim could now be made by approximately 45% of Manhattan.

    But…on the OTHER other hand…how many of those people have a children’s book you gave them in college with a bizarre attempt at writing in Japanese on the flyleaf?

    I feel much better now. Screw Matt Damon–my connection with fame is secure.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Thanks a lot for a nice good work!

  13. Anonymous says:

    Yes. Cool

  14. Lori says:

    Rachel rocks!


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