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Life Is A Cabaret

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!

captaincrunchcaptainmunch:

SHE SAYS PEW GOODBYE WORLD

captaincrunchcaptainmunch:

SHE SAYS PEW GOODBYE WORLD

notafraidofstopping876:

broadwayismagic:

nxt-2-nrml:

How does being a fan of Broadway even work for people who don’t live in New York? like, are you guys ok?

No. No we’re not.

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wildflowersonthesideoftheroad:

Jessica Keenan Wynn:

Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps

you can fly with eagles, or if you prefer
keep on testing me and end up like her

jessemueller:

how are people on their phones during broadway shows? I cant even blink without being worried about missing some magic

frozenfontana:

lOOK AT MY bABIES

funfettipoopcakes:

stiles-freakin-stilinski:

Shut up Heather!

OMG

imwithkanye:

Elaine Stritch, Tart-Tongued Broadway Actress and Singer, Is Dead at 89 | NYT
Plainspoken, egalitarian, impatient with fools and foolishness, and admittedly fond of cigarettes, alcohol and late nights — she finally gave up smoking and drinking in her 60s — though she took it up again — Ms. Stritch might be the only actor to work as a bartender after starring on Broadway, and she was completely unabashed about her good-time-girl attitude.
“I’m not a bit opposed to your mentioning in this article that Frieda Fun here has had a reputation in the theater, for the past five or six years, for drinking,” she said to a reporter for The New York Times in 1968. “I drink and I love to drink, and it’s part of my life.”
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imwithkanye:

Elaine Stritch, Tart-Tongued Broadway Actress and Singer, Is Dead at 89 | NYT

Plainspoken, egalitarian, impatient with fools and foolishness, and admittedly fond of cigarettes, alcohol and late nights — she finally gave up smoking and drinking in her 60s — though she took it up again — Ms. Stritch might be the only actor to work as a bartender after starring on Broadway, and she was completely unabashed about her good-time-girl attitude.

“I’m not a bit opposed to your mentioning in this article that Frieda Fun here has had a reputation in the theater, for the past five or six years, for drinking,” she said to a reporter for The New York Times in 1968. “I drink and I love to drink, and it’s part of my life.”

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Song: One Song Glory
Artist: Jonathan Larson
Album: Jonathan Sings Larson
Played: 14,475 times.

One Song Glory sung by Jonathan Larson

This is literally one of the most important audios in existence.

broadwayhotspot:

Side by Side. Can you think of anything better? 

Happy Birthday, Laura Benanti!

Elphaba: That's the girl he chose...and heaven knows...
Elphaba: I tried...don't let them in don't let them see...
Director: No, no wrong song! Let's just start the scene over!
Elphaba: Am I always starting over? In a brand new-
Director: No! You know what? Let's just take-
Elphaba: ME FOR WHAT I AMMM