My little girl, pink and white as peaches and cream is she. My little girl is half again as bright as girls are meant to be! Dozens of boys pursue her. Many a likely lad does what he can to woo her from her faithful dad.She has a few pink and white young fellers of two or three. But my little girl gets hungry ev’ry night and she comes home to me!

(Source: achorusgirl)

favorite performances

Kelli O’Hara as Francesca Johnson in The Bridges of Madison County

(Source: idinmenzel)

(Source: clarajohnsons)

Into the Woods + funniest lines 

(Source: defiedgravity, via achorusgirl)

"Believing that you are unworthy of love and belonging or that who you are authentically is a sin or is wrong, is deadly." - It Got Better featuring Laverne Cox (x)

(Source: stewarter, via pastelpinkflower)

ilovemarianela:

Marianela Nuñez as Sylvia in Frederick Ashton’s Sylvia, The Royal Ballet Season 2010/11

ilovemarianela:

Marianela Nuñez as Sylvia in Frederick Ashton’s Sylvia, The Royal Ballet Season 2010/11

(via ballet-every-day)

friends meme: 3/3 characters · monica geller

"When we have a baby, there’s gonna be so much we’re not able to control. The apartment’s gonna be a mess. I won’t have time to clean it. What if the baby gets into the ribbon drawer and messes up all the ribbons? What if there’s no room for a ribbon drawer because the baby’s stuff takes up all the space? WHERE WILL ALL THE RIBBONS GO?"

(via namastetoyoutoo)

sheis-thedarkness:

Miss Honey and the movie Matilda will always mean the world to me. 

sheis-thedarkness:

Miss Honey and the movie Matilda will always mean the world to me. 

(Source: movie-addicted, via moosicals)

4/∞ of my most favourite broadway gems: laura benanti

(Source: clarajohnsons)

orangeis:

trashybooksforladies:

Meanwhile, Larry actor Jason Biggs and George “Pornstache” Mendez actor Pablo Schrieber will not appear in Season 3.
 

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(via effortlessflight)

chandraleeschwartz:

officialheatherchandler:

gabeebert:

extraordinaryfearlessness:

ilikebroadwaythings:

petite-sorciere:

This hurts because bridges

jrb throwing shade is always the best

Look, this pisses me off. Just because your show was great and underappreciated doesn’t mean that you have to throw shade at shows that reach wider audiences and are successful. I will never understand why the Broadway fandom and people in Broadway get so mad at popular shows for being popular.

I don’t think this is so much being mad at people for liking popular shows as it is being upset that good shows go unrecognized because a lot of people don’t like stepping out of their comfort zones. All those songs/shows are amazing and deserve to be seen. But others shows do too.

I hate to say it but to me it sounds like some bitter-ass-hoe shit from JRB. like sorry that some people can’t/won’t/don’t step out of their comfort zones but what are you gonna do, hold a gun to a tourists’ head and point them to whatever deep emotional show you have off-off-off broadway rn? love you but you don’t even have anything on broadway right now pls just wait for your L5Y movie to come out and chill with ya 20$ from Bridges until then

Jason Robert Brown is a human being. He is allowed to be disappointed with how his shows have done on Broadway. He’s not just talking about his shows, but original theatre in general. If we are just talking about this season and not Bridges, we can list First Date and Big Fish right off the bat. I’m sure there’s one or two I’m forgetting.
Isn’t the holding a gun thing a bit melodramatic? The guy is disappointed and has a right to be. And he’s right about audiences. That doesn’t give you a right to insult him and demean him? Also since when is Broadway just about money. He had written something from his soul and it was overlooked. That hurts any artist.

chandraleeschwartz:

officialheatherchandler:

gabeebert:

extraordinaryfearlessness:

ilikebroadwaythings:

petite-sorciere:

This hurts because bridges

jrb throwing shade is always the best

Look, this pisses me off. Just because your show was great and underappreciated doesn’t mean that you have to throw shade at shows that reach wider audiences and are successful. I will never understand why the Broadway fandom and people in Broadway get so mad at popular shows for being popular.

I don’t think this is so much being mad at people for liking popular shows as it is being upset that good shows go unrecognized because a lot of people don’t like stepping out of their comfort zones. All those songs/shows are amazing and deserve to be seen. But others shows do too.

I hate to say it but to me it sounds like some bitter-ass-hoe shit from JRB. like sorry that some people can’t/won’t/don’t step out of their comfort zones but what are you gonna do, hold a gun to a tourists’ head and point them to whatever deep emotional show you have off-off-off broadway rn? love you but you don’t even have anything on broadway right now pls just wait for your L5Y movie to come out and chill with ya 20$ from Bridges until then

Jason Robert Brown is a human being. He is allowed to be disappointed with how his shows have done on Broadway. He’s not just talking about his shows, but original theatre in general. If we are just talking about this season and not Bridges, we can list First Date and Big Fish right off the bat. I’m sure there’s one or two I’m forgetting.

Isn’t the holding a gun thing a bit melodramatic? The guy is disappointed and has a right to be. And he’s right about audiences. That doesn’t give you a right to insult him and demean him? Also since when is Broadway just about money. He had written something from his soul and it was overlooked. That hurts any artist.

I knew I would make the headlines, but I wasn’t sure just how.

(Source: theatregraphics, via cause-crazy-is-perfect)


17/100 pictures of Sutton Foster

17/100 pictures of Sutton Foster

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