I'm Kelly, an INFJ. Welcome to my blog. I like theatre, particularly musical and particularly Les Mis. I also am a nerdfighter and belong to all of the "big three" fandoms. Have a great day, darlings.
guys this super cute black girl came in my store with big, beautiful, natural hair and she was showing off her new red dress and i told her “you look so beautiful, just like annie!” and she and her mom didn’t know about the new movie coming out so i showed her the trailer and she said “mommy she looks just like me!” and her smile was so huge
don’t tell me representation isn’t important
Paul McCartney RAPS Humpty Dumpty
Forget 50 Shades of Grey and Christian whoever the hell he is, go old school, go Sound of Music. I’m telling you now Captain von Hottie could get it.
Above is the original Stage Manager’s script from the 1955 Broadway production of Inherit the Wind.
The iconic courtroom drama ran for 806 shows at the National Theatre (now Nederlander) before closing in June of 1957.
The fictional play is based on the unfortunate and very real story of a Tennessee high-school teacher who, in 1925, was put on trial for teaching Darwin’s theory of evolution.
An equally dramatic and “winded” trailer for the 1960 film adaptation can be seen here.
I was just watching ABC News and they were talking about “Binge” watching TV Shows on Netflix and they explained
"Binge watching is defined as watching at least 3 episodes in one day."
Awww, how cute
I’ve finished entire seasons in a day…
*tumblr collectively laughs*
Dallas Theatre Centre - Les Miserables
Nehal Joshi, Allison Blackwell, John Campione, Elizabeth Judd, Ed Watts, Steven Walters, Justin Keyes and Dorcas Leung.
"black widow is a supporting character" your spine is a supporting structure in your body let’s see how well you do without it
I love this comics
I’M GONNA BUILD A DECK
♫ 16. A SONG FOR YOUR MOM: SOMEWHERE- AUDRA MCDONALDThere’s a time for us,
Some day a time for us,
Time together with time spare,
Time to learn, time to care,
les mis au where everything the same except instead of red and black they sing “tell m more” from grease.
who’s asking cosette though
[deep valjean voice]
tell me more
tell me more
Les Misérables Highlights at Dallas Theater Center