With the likes of Maxx Force and Steel Curtain opening up in 2019, I would chalk up last year as an okay year for roller coasters in the United States. But like most of the other coaster enthusiasts out there that I know, my focus has been on what brand new coasters 2020 has to offer! With that said, here are Ky’s Top 5 Most Anticipated 2020 Roller Coasters!
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Even the smallest of gestures can make a friend, or even a stranger’s day more tolerable. With that said, here are Ky’s 5 Ways You Can Make Someone’s Day A Little Bit Better!
In 2019, I reached the 150 roller coaster milestone and I am slowly, but surely, inching my way toward riding 200 different roller coasters. So which ones are my favorites? Here’s a look at my top ten favorites, along with some honorable mentions:
So excited to announce that following my current production of “Parade,” I will be playing the role of Jim in “Big River” at the Broadway Theatre of Pitman in April 2020!
We spend a lot of time thinking about the failures in our lives. In fact, many of us have become quite proficient in that department. I am here to let you know that you are not defined those “failures”… in fact, life is better than you may realize. Here’s why…
If you find yourself in a daily battle of finding the motivation to keep yourself going, consider these 3 reasons why you honestly shouldn’t give AF about what other people think:
Join me and The Ritz Theatre Company for an evening of celebration, as together we’ll ring in their 35th season with the first ever RITZY AWARDS, set to take place Saturday, February 22nd at 7:30pm! I will be directing and hosting this amazing night of theater!
Whatever you’re current situation, it can easy for you to feel like your trapped where you work. If you feel that way, here are 3 reasons why and 3 ways you can set yourself free.
With this fresh start to the new year, I’m here to share with you 5 ways you can practice more optimism in 2020!
Kyrus has signed on to direct the play “Venus in Fur” this September for The Road Company at The Grant Theatre in Williamstown, New Jersey. This is his second time directing this David Ives play.