Okay, I mainly post about musicals and things..... Also Aaron Tveit, and many fandoms that I belong to....
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proprouvaire:

"is this simply a game for a rich young boy to play" "enjolras u could literally buy me"

Cap should really learn to let it go, I hear it’s a popular thing to do when you’ve been frozen.
Tony, probably, at some point. (via buckysam) ←

nasturbate:

prosetitute:

I’M DYING

STOP HARASSING YOUR PARENTS but also keep doing it because i just laughed so hard my soul escaped my body

prettydrones:

modern romance

titytwochainz:

every family got a plastic bag full of plastic bags

broadwayistheairthatibreathe:

99% of being a musical theatre fan is singing duets by yourself

When we die, our bodies become the grass, and the antelope eat the grass. And so we are all connected in the great Circle of Life.

operafantomet:

As promised to anon ages ago: various UK Aminta stomachers. 

Row 1: The original dresses, as worn by Maria Kesselman, Claire Moore, Sarah Brightman and Rebecca Caine. I love the very visible daisy and the heavy spiral lacing with black cord. I think Sarah’s had more of a rose theme going on, but I have yet to find a truly good photo of it. 

Row 2: Assorted floral motifs with light shades, here seen in the dresses of Gina Beck, Zoë Curlett and Deborah Dutcher. 

Row 3: Peachy and white flowers, here seen in the dresses of Tabitha Webb, Leila Benn Harris and Katie Knight-Adams. The two latter (probably the same dress) has gold lacing in front; most have red. 

Row 4: Dark red flowers with dark green leafs, here seen in the dresses of Celia Graham, Rachel Barrell and Robyn North. These too have gold lacing. 

Row 5: Gold roundels with pink flowers, here seen on Katie Hall, Anna O’Byrne and Olivia Brereton. I think only one dress was made in this style. 

Row 6: Pink and blue flowers and red lacing. This style is the most recent one, and also the one Sierra Boggess wore in the RAH concert. The dresses here belongs to Katy Treharne, Harriet Jones and Claire Doyle, and I suspect it’s the same bodice. 

eskalations:

and the tears come streaming down your face,
when you lose something you can't replace.
when you love someone,
but it goes to waste.
could it be worse? (X)

basedgosh:

true dedication is blogging despite the fact that no one paying attention to you