thislittlebutton:

     --why should you only take what you're given?

thislittlebutton:

     --why should you only take what you're given?

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#newsies  

We change. We grow up. It always happens. Nothing is forever. That’s the rule. Everything ends. And so our story begins.

Peter and the Starcatcher (via mylittlebookofquotes)

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#patsc  

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italysnotbroadway:

Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical

Gavin Creel for The Book of Mormon

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"More than anything…"

"More than anything…"

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“I had no intention or really desire to do film and television. I moved to New York just to do theater, but then when Spring Awakening was happening, we were getting attention from the film and TV world as well. It peaked my interest and when I did Taking Woodstock, I started to become fascinated by it. When I auditioned for musicals, I would always be so excited to do the scene, but the songs would always stress me out. The acting was something I really connected to, so I felt really at home doing film and TV. I just felt more comfortable acting than I did singing.” (x)

“I had no intention or really desire to do film and television. I moved to New York just to do theater, but then when Spring Awakening was happening, we were getting attention from the film and TV world as well. It peaked my interest and when I did Taking Woodstock, I started to become fascinated by it. When I auditioned for musicals, I would always be so excited to do the scene, but the songs would always stress me out. The acting was something I really connected to, so I felt really at home doing film and TV. I just felt more comfortable acting than I did singing.” (x)

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#jgroff  

You can’t be perfect. You can only be present and truthful.

Santino Fontana on acting. (via thelovelinessoftheatre)

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#pippin  

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#disney  #aladdin  
"Cathy is her own worst enemy, and Cathy’s fatal flaw is that she doesn’t believe in herself, and she wants to see her confidence reflected through a man," - Anna Kendrick

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wendlatheradical:

wanting to be fiyero in your views about life but really you’re moritz.

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Title: Let It Go Punk Version Artist: The Last Sleepless City 1,450,208 plays

lovin-elsanna:

jetsuse:

Why couldn’t this be the version instead of Demi?

SOMEONE PLEASE TELL ME I AM NOT THE ONLY ONE THAT HEARS THAT LITTLE BIT OF ‘Do You Wanna Build A Snowman?’ AT THE END!

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Alan Cummimg & Cabaret - The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon

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#cabaret  

wellerstein:

kara lindsay, glinda

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lifeisacabaret:

Never-ending List of Favorite Stage Performances - Laura Benanti as “Louise/Gypsy Rose Lee” in Gypsy

Though Gypsy relies heavily on the prowess of the actress playing Rose, I am of the opinion that the show itself is held together by the actress playing Louise.  The story follows her transformation, after all, from shy duckling to confident queen of burlesque.  To me, Laura Benanti was the heart of the 2008 Gypsy revival.  She was a sweet, wounded bird, and at the end, when she finally came into her own, it was magical and terrifying.  I would be surprised if I breathed once during “The Strip,” and she caused my heart to pound in my chest when Louise finally stood up to her mother.  Benanti gave one of the most powerful transformations I have seen onstage.  She was unforgettable.

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