Can we talk about this fucking song and how there are people who don’t know she can sing.
Hi (: I'm Michelle. Musicals are great. A lot of people ask me if I'm from NYC, but I am on the opposite coast- LA! Don't talk shit about Julie Andrews, and we'll be good. I really do love you. Thanks for checking out my blog!
"She had her moments, she had some style
The best show in town was the crowd
Outside the Casa Rosada crying, ‘Eva Peron’”
Dream Roles - 1/53
me: PUT THAT SHOW BACK ON BROADWAY OR SO HELP ME
Favorite Leading Ladies #2: Laura Osnes!
Sandy in Grease, Nellie Forbush in South Pacific, Hope Harcourt in Anything Goes, Bonnie Parker in Bonnie & Clyde, and Ella in R&H’s Cinderella.
|Song: I Can Do Better Than That|
|Artist: Anna Kendrick|
|Album: The Last Five Years|
|Played: 29,253 times.|
SPOILER ALERT for the movie adaption of The Last Five Years. I’m so excited to watch this movie. Anna Kendrick’s voice is just soooooo perfect.
|Song: Sugar Daddy|
|Artist: Andrew Rannells|
|Played: 12,649 times.|
Andrew Rannells’ first Sugar Daddy
…that sounds wrong
i think the best thing about the theatre fandom is that we all pretend cats never existed despite it being one of the longest running shows in broadway history.
|Song: Fiyero Riff|
|Artist: Donna Vivino|
|Played: 38,553 times.|
|Song: Finale: Children Will Listen|
|Artist: Sondheim in the Park|
|Album: Into the Woods - Opening Night|
|Played: 1,059 times.|
Donna Murphy and the cast of the Public Theater’s Sondheim in the Park production of INTO THE WOODS sing the finale, "Children Will Listen" at the Opening Night performance (August 9th, 2012).