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[Hair] I Saw A Ship a-Sailing (1/1) & [Newsies] A New Day Dawning (5/6)

Title: I Saw a Ship a-Sailing
Fandom: Hair, the musical: 2009 Revival/Tour
Pairing: Claude/Berger, Berger/Dionne, Berger/Sheila
Rating: PG-13
Word Count: 3,174
Warnings: slash

Disclaimer: Neither the musical nor the boys belong to me, if they did they'd be groping each other on sta--. *pause* *blinkblink* Huh. Look at that... they do. *eg* :D ((Hair was written by James Rado and Gerome Ragni with music by Galt MacDermot.)) The title is from a poem, "I Saw a Ship a-Sailing" by Mother Goose, a poem I have loved (and had memorized) since I was a little girl.

Summary: "Berger walked around the dock area, stared at all the ships sitting idly in the harbor, waiting for someone to come along and give them purpose. He'd felt like that often -- like he was sitting idle, just waiting for someone to come along and give him a purpose."

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X-posted to rchan_fic, hair_slash, hairthemusical, and musicalslash -- apologies, as usual, to anyone who gets this more than once.

Title: A New Day Dawning
Fandom: Newsies, Musical-verse with a borrowed Movie-verse Spot
Pairing: Jack/Crutchie... with a little detour or two ^_~
Rating: NC-17, but only in chapter 4. The rest of the story is a pretty tame PG-13.
Word Count: Chapter 5 -- 5188; Whole Story -- ~36,000
Warnings: Slash, angst, reference to rape, spoilers

Summary: [Musical-Verse] Anyone who'd ever been in the same room with them knew how Crutchie felt about Jack. And after Crutchie's arrest, how Jack felt about Crutchie was equally obvious. Unfortunately for them, however, the only ones who didn't know those things... were Jack and Crutchie. Jack/Crutchie, post-musical.

Disclaimer: Neither the musical, the movie nor the boys belong to me. If they did they'd be soulfully staring into each others eyes and singing duets about running away together. *pause* *blinkblink* Huh. Look at that... they do. *eg* :D ((Newsies, the movie, was written by Bob Tzudiker and Noni White with music by Alan Menken and was adapted for the stage by Harvey Fierstein and Alan Menken.))

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