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"You'd be a fool not to go to the theatre. The theatre is an amazing place to experience and forget life and escape and to be entertained and think and love your life. And then you leave and it's... it's why I love doing it." - Gavin Creel

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let the sunshine in.

selected works of jason robert brown

BRUTAL HONESTY HOUR.

  • A - If I'm in love.
  • B - Who the last person I talked to on the phone was.
  • C - How long it's been since I've kissed.
  • D - If I have a preference for boys or girls.
  • E - How many holes I have in my ears.
  • F - Give me any options, like 'hot or cold?'
  • G - The last person I said 'I love you' to.
  • H - The last person I hugged.
  • I - The last time I felt jealous, and why.
  • J - Are you insecure. What about?
  • K - What my full name is.
  • L - If I have siblings.
  • M - If I forgive betrayal.
  • N - If you want to know how I treat my friends.
  • O - If I like my school.
  • P - What kind of music I like.
  • Q - What the last party I went to was, and when the next will be.
  • R - For me to tell 10 of my curiosities.
  • S - 2 habits.
  • T - 5 things I love unconditionally.
  • U - How many texts I send daily.
  • V - 3 big dreams.
  • W - An idol.
  • X - If I've done something I regret very much.
  • Y - If I like my town and why.
  • Z - Ask any question you want.

emmainthepiazza:

ok a little speech about why “almost real” is the literal most heartbreaking thing in history

like here’s this girl who’s quiet, reserved, a hopeless romantic, and desperate to find love and retire to the country side and live the picture perfect family life

and her sister…

I’ve never seen rent maybe I should do that

Happy last show to Lindsay Mendez and Alli Mauzey - February 22, 2014

emmasbroadwayblog:

Jessie Mueller's New York stage credits:

Melinda Wells, Janet Conover/Helena Landless, Cinderella, Carrie Pipperidge, Billie Bendix, Carole King

God, That’s Good! [x]

'How do we keep all our passions alive,
As we used to do?’

youguysimserious:

Ken Watanabe and Kelli O’Hara for Lincoln Center’s The King and I.

youguysimserious:

Ken Watanabe and Kelli O’Hara for Lincoln Center’s The King and I.

shefadestoblack:

Movie Musicals → Chicago (2002)