I met Ryako at a musical — Robin Wils's website

Last modified: Sat, Jan 28, 2023

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How I heard about Ryako

Twill Distilled from Wreck The System was chatting with me and asked if I had heard about Ryako. Some Nerdcore artists are very welcoming. Ryako privately messaged me about a musical which she participated in. I went to the event.

Picture of Ryako.


Brussels Light Opera Company

The event itself was enjoyable. I had never been to a musical before. I had, however, seen “Little Shop of Horrors” which is a musical. I highly recommend it and Ryako also likes it. The puppet used for the plant is well-made and convincing. Facial movements are often difficult, but it was very well-done in the movie.

I enjoyed the musical and was not disappointed. Although I forgot some of the experience. It was fun for what it was.

The play was “Kiss Me, Kate” written by Samuel and Bella Spewack with music and lyrics by Cole Porter. A musical adaptation of Shakespeare’s “A Taming of the Shrew” directed by Fred Graham.

Talking with Ryako

Ryako did not have much time, but she was very kind. I expected to get nothing, but Ryako gave me a bag with a lot of merch. The small time we had to talk was well-spend.

Picture of the merch which I got from Ryako.

Picture of the merch, which I got from Ryako, is laying on my laptop.

The picture with her was made pretty quick. It is not a fantastic picture, but it is the memory that counts.

Picture of Robin Wils and Ryako.

Picture of Ryako and me.

Ryako was pretty exhausted. She was busy with the Nerdcore VPC which you might know. I like the tracks she did with Mikal kHill during the Nerdcore VPC. Mikal kHill has some great music too. I wasn’t able to ask a lot of questions because of the time. We talked a bit about certain interests. Ryako likes Twin Peaks too.

More about Ryako

I like the design of her website. It does contain a text game if you look good enough.

You can find Ryako here: