I discuss fanfic and writing at my blog darkirony dot livejournal dot com if you want to comment more than you can do here. Also, I keep a running status of how the next chapters are coming along at my homepage, which you can get to by clicking on the "homepage" link or going to darkirony dot com.

I also post under the pen name Salamander on FictionAlley. In real life I do web-database programming. I also/used to write Star Trek (TOS) fan fiction and Sherlock Holmes. I was in those fandoms for way more than ten years.

I grew up in Michigan and went to University there. I currently live in Upstate New York and have for the last 8 years. For those of you who don't know that New York is a state, I'll try to explain. I live in New York but I am 4.5 hours driving distance from New York City. Note that if you are driving to my city from NYC it is another 2.5 hours past it before you reach Canada at Niagara Falls. New York (State) is bigger than most people think: 150,000 square kilometers (England is 140,000). I am also 4.5 hours from Toronto and Montreal, which are fun places to visit that I wouldn't want to live in.

In show business , the green room is the space in a theatre or similar venue that functions as a waiting room and lounge for performers before and after a performance, and during the show when they are not engaged on stage . Green rooms typically have seating for the performers, such as upholstered chairs and sofas.

The origin of the term is often ascribed to such rooms historically being painted green. [1] [2] The modern "green room" is usually not green at all. [ citation needed ]

The specific origin of the term is lost to history, which has led to many imaginative theories and claims. One story is that London's Blackfriars Theatre (1599) included a room behind the scenes, which happened to be painted green; here the actors waited to go on stage. It was called "the green room". Some English theatres contained several green rooms, each ranked according to the status and the salary of the actor: one could be fined for using a green room above one's station. [3] [4]

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I discuss fanfic and writing at my blog darkirony dot livejournal dot com if you want to comment more than you can do here. Also, I keep a running status of how the next chapters are coming along at my homepage, which you can get to by clicking on the "homepage" link or going to darkirony dot com.

I also post under the pen name Salamander on FictionAlley. In real life I do web-database programming. I also/used to write Star Trek (TOS) fan fiction and Sherlock Holmes. I was in those fandoms for way more than ten years.

I grew up in Michigan and went to University there. I currently live in Upstate New York and have for the last 8 years. For those of you who don't know that New York is a state, I'll try to explain. I live in New York but I am 4.5 hours driving distance from New York City. Note that if you are driving to my city from NYC it is another 2.5 hours past it before you reach Canada at Niagara Falls. New York (State) is bigger than most people think: 150,000 square kilometers (England is 140,000). I am also 4.5 hours from Toronto and Montreal, which are fun places to visit that I wouldn't want to live in.

I discuss fanfic and writing at my blog darkirony dot livejournal dot com if you want to comment more than you can do here. Also, I keep a running status of how the next chapters are coming along at my homepage, which you can get to by clicking on the "homepage" link or going to darkirony dot com.

I also post under the pen name Salamander on FictionAlley. In real life I do web-database programming. I also/used to write Star Trek (TOS) fan fiction and Sherlock Holmes. I was in those fandoms for way more than ten years.

I grew up in Michigan and went to University there. I currently live in Upstate New York and have for the last 8 years. For those of you who don't know that New York is a state, I'll try to explain. I live in New York but I am 4.5 hours driving distance from New York City. Note that if you are driving to my city from NYC it is another 2.5 hours past it before you reach Canada at Niagara Falls. New York (State) is bigger than most people think: 150,000 square kilometers (England is 140,000). I am also 4.5 hours from Toronto and Montreal, which are fun places to visit that I wouldn't want to live in.

In show business , the green room is the space in a theatre or similar venue that functions as a waiting room and lounge for performers before and after a performance, and during the show when they are not engaged on stage . Green rooms typically have seating for the performers, such as upholstered chairs and sofas.

The origin of the term is often ascribed to such rooms historically being painted green. [1] [2] The modern "green room" is usually not green at all. [ citation needed ]

The specific origin of the term is lost to history, which has led to many imaginative theories and claims. One story is that London's Blackfriars Theatre (1599) included a room behind the scenes, which happened to be painted green; here the actors waited to go on stage. It was called "the green room". Some English theatres contained several green rooms, each ranked according to the status and the salary of the actor: one could be fined for using a green room above one's station. [3] [4]


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