Hamilton Wins 2015 New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for Best Musical

The New York Drama Critics’ Circle comprises 23 drama critics from daily newspapers, magazines, wire services and websites based in the New York metropolitan area. The New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award, which has been awarded every year since 1936 to the best new play of the season (with optional awards for foreign or American plays, musicals and performers), is the nation’s second-oldest theatre award, after the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.



After much sorting and thought, I’ve decided to give away some of my Playbills to you lovely people on Tumblr! Here’s the third of around ten that I’ve picked out so far: Spring Awakening, (almost) OBC, signed by Jenna Ushkowitz. 

Rules:  (CLOSED)

-You must live in the United States. I’m pretty broke, but I’ll pay for shipping anywhere in the US.

-You must reblog this post. Multiple reblogs will not count.

-I’d like to meet new followers, but you don’t have to be following to win. :)

-I’ll number the reblogs in order and use a random number generator on Friday, September 9, and ship it that Monday. If you don’t have your ask box enabled or don’t answer my message within a day, I’ll run another random number.

Good luck! :)

Don’t buy playbills from idinmenzel he’s a scam artist. Late last year he sold a bunch of playbills and quite a few people never received them and are still asking. He either didn’t reply to their messages or didn’t send the refunds that he promised. I should have done my research before I bought some from him. This was about a month ago and they still haven’t arrived. He won’t answer any of my asks and I’ve sent plenty throughout the week and he has been active on his blog.


Darren Criss at Hedwig and the Angry Inch’s stage door 5/1/2015

While signing he informed us (after we told him he had been amazing) that he was really sick tonight, when he talked you could hear how stuffed up he was. He apologized multiple times for taking so long and thanking us for sticking around to see him. I wish I could have actually said something to him/been closer (I was about four people back, shout out to the lovely people who passed him my playbill) but overall, his sweet comments and open humble attitude made the nearly two hour freezing wait worth it.

Hey y'all - I’m back and in the meantime I once again have a surplus of Playbills and other Broadway merch. So I’m going to start to do some giveaways again, starting with this Peter and the Starcatcher pack:

Unnecessary background information: Amazon sent me two of the script when I pre-ordered - one early with the rest of my order and one when the release date came around - and never answered my emails telling them as much, so I figure they’re unlikely to try to reclaim it now haha. It’s joined up with a Playbill signed by the OBC (as well as Rick Elice and Roger Rees) and a copy of the book on which the play is based (Peter and the Starcatchers). 

Giveaway Rules CLOSED//About Peter and the Starcatcher