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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]

Anonimo ha chiesto
What's the best advice you have ever received?

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.

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Have you ever had sex with a complete stranger?

Oh please, I can’t even talk with a stranger

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!

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Every Day a Little Death | Kate Baldwin & Phillipa Soo

A Little Night Music [Berkshire Theatre Group 07.08.14]

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Back To Before - Aaron Tveit, MCC Miscast

In the pantheon of gender-swapped musical theatre songs, this is unquestionably the Zeus of them all.


TODAY IN THEATRE HISTORY: In 2011, The Kennedy Center’s critically acclaimed production of James Goldman and Stephen Sondheim’s Tony Award-winning musical Follies, opens at Broadway’s Marquis Theatre. The cast is headed by Bernadette Peters as Sally Durant Plummer, Jan Maxwell as Phyllis Rogers Stone, Danny Burstein as Buddy Plummer, Ron Raines as Benjamin Stone and Elaine Paige as Carlotta Campion.

For more on the 2011 Broadway revival of Follies, including photos, videos, and a look inside the show’s opening night Playbill, visit

[patiently waiting for chichester theatre festival website to release pictures of Imelda Staunton in rehearsal for Gypsy]

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Dr. Emma Brookner reaches her breaking point.

Ellen Barkin takes no guff. And wins a Tony.