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living in: singin’ in the rain

by amym

Spring has fully sprung in New York, which means we’re up to our eyeballs in cold, miserable rain. Precipitation normally leaves me in a perpetual state of drowned rat, so to class up my rainy-day routine, I’m turning to the 1952 classic musical . If Gene Kelly doesn’t make you want to dance in the street, then nothing will.

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A little bit glitzy, a little bit dapper, Singin’ in the Rain is without a doubt one of America’s most-beloved musicals. It is, of course, a musical about a musical, so you must have a high tolerance for tap shoes to appreciate its full glory. Luckily we do, because it’s not even April and we have months of rain on the way.

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