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Rodger’s & Hammerstein’s Cinderella
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softgrass:

when i was in elementary school i was told by my teacher to stop using exclamation marks for every sentence and that they should only be used for exciting things and i remember feeling confused because i thought everything was exciting 

this is the saddest thing I’ve ever read

What makes it even sadder is the fact that there is not even one exclamation mark in there

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"Plays are such heavy lifting. Act one, scene one tends to be a lot of exposition and trying to get people on board, but in a musical, you sort of step out on this magic carpet, the overture strikes up, and bears you aloft. It’s intoxicating."
- Jefferson Mays, on plays v. musicals (via bottomsup-jeffersonmays)
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# the role i was born to play

veronicaswyr:

no buT trans boy pippin who’s so adamant about bringing meaning to his life because he’s finally at home in his gender and with who he is and he doesn’t want to waste that like he wasted his childhood feeling uncomfortable with who he was

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# did you mean hENRY

jardestiel:

when you’re so in love with a character you literally squeal and curl into a ball when they make an appearance.

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"Music straightjackets a poem and prevents it from breathing on its own, whereas it liberates a lyric. Poetry doesn’t need music; lyrics do."
- Stephen Sondheim.  (via feeling-and-form)
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# reasons why i love lexi
# LOVE JAMIE WELLERSTEIN
# HE'S A SHITTY PERSON BUT I LOVE HIM ANYWAYS
Anonymous: "Jamie is so cute, listen to the Schmuel Song!" Listen to Nobody Needs To Know a few hundred times. "Jamie does some bad things, but so does Cathy; both people are at fault." Listen to Nobody Needs To Know a few hundred times. "Jamie and Cathy are star-crossed lovers, it's so sad that they can't be together!" Listen to Nobody Needs To Know a few hundred times.

nataligoodman:

you have picked the wrong person to send this message to friendo and here’s why:

Cathy and Jamie were both at fault. Yes. What Jamie did was shitty. But Cathy was never better. She was not perfect. Jason Robert Brown himself is quoted in saying that the show isn’t about who is right and who is wrong. It’s about two people who just were not meant to be together. Cathy did some shitty things. Jamie did some shitty things. Neither one justifies anyone’s actions.

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# god loves us
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