Max. 18. Italian. Musical theatre nerd.
Betty Buckley (Margaret White) singing an heartbreaking rendition of When There’s No One in the closing night of the original Broadway production of Carrie [Virginia Theatre, 15.05.1988]
It seems to me that another awful casting has been made on Broadway
Don’t be so hard on yourself and on people who can’t understand you
I literally hate the plot of Tangled so much. Rapunzel your stepmother was Donna Murphy. Why are you escaping? I don’t care if she kidnapped you and locked you in a tower. I would pay for Donna Murphy to kidnap me and lock me in a tower.
Oh please, I can’t even talk with a stranger
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Baby: b-buh buh b-
Parent: baba? bottle?
Baby: Bargains, Buddy, that's what maturity amounts to. When we're young there's no limit to the roles we hope to play; star, mother, hostess. I wanted to do it all, but I learned to choose. And suddenly my selection is chiseled in marble. I had a lover once. His name was... Jack, I think?
I just booked my tickets for Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake!
Every Day a Little Death | Kate Baldwin & Phillipa Soo
A Little Night Music [Berkshire Theatre Group 07.08.14]
Back To Before - Aaron Tveit, MCC Miscast
In the pantheon of gender-swapped musical theatre songs, this is unquestionably the Zeus of them all.
[patiently waiting for chichester theatre festival website to release pictures of Imelda Staunton in rehearsal for Gypsy]
Dr. Emma Brookner reaches her breaking point.
Ellen Barkin takes no guff. And wins a Tony.