Vanessa Williams, Laura Benanti, John McMartin, Stephen DeRosa, Kerry O'Malley, Adam Wylie, Molly Ephraim, Gregg Edelman
Link: me ga .nz/#F!MeYGDB4J!nsaKBD5UrDcjAtFEK8ifoA!JXhmTboa
Les Miserables (March 8, 2014 Broadway Revival)
Broadway, March 8, 2014. Ramin Karimloo (Jean Valjean), Will Swenson (Javert), Caissie Levy (Fantine), Samantha Hill (Cosette), Andy Mientus (Marius), Nikki M. James (Eponine), Kyle Scatiliffe (Enjolras), Cliff Saunders (Thenardier), Keala Settle (Madame Thenardier), Gaten Matarazzo (Gavroche)
Link: https://me ga .nz/#F!WkMySBCL!Kc9R2J3HXZ_pqwwVfRNyvQMatilda
Mean Girls - Broadway, April 24 2018
Erika Henningsen, Taylor Louderman, Ashley Park, Kate Rockwell, Kerry Butler, Grey Hanson, Cheech Manohar, Kyle Selig, Barrett Wilbert Weed, Rick Younger, Stephanie Lynn Bissonnette, Collins Conley, Ben Cook, DeMarius R. Copes, Kevin Csolak, Devon Hadsell, Curtis Holland, Myles McHale, Nikhil Saboo, Jonalyn Saxer, Brendon Stimson, Riza Takahashi, Kamille Upshaw, Zurin Villanueva, Gianna Yanelli
Link: me ga .nz/ #F!HqIVVIJb!MnFAR5QgwB1U8XVxI1fGgA
My Fair Lady 2018
Lauren Ambrose (Eliza Doolittle), Harry Hadden-Paton (Henry Higgins), Norbert Leo Butz (Alfred P. Doolittle), Allan Corduner (Colonel Hugh Pickering), Jordan Donica (Freddy Eynsford-Hill), Linda Mugeston (Mrs. Pearce), Manu Narayan (Zoltan Karpathy), Diana Rigg (Mrs. Higgins)
Link: https://me ga .nz/#!G6p3zIBC!Q7xLxG8zQmp5hXkh12SceAXp5SZuxs8q-nS9PcnwFMQ
Oklahoma Broadway Revival 1979
Christine Andreas,Laurence Guittard, Mary Wickes, Bruce Adler, Christine Ebersole, Harvey Evans.
Link: me ga .co. nz/#F!6golWA5Q!rA-yRwQwCMaknMt4c7a_Jw
Once on this Island (March 4, 2017, Redondo Beach)
Leah Stewart (Ti Moune), Cooper Howell (Daniel), Erika Bowman (Mama Euralie), Keith Jefferson (Tonton Julian), Jay Donnell (Agwe), Dominique Kent (Asaka), Daebreon Poiema (Erzulie), Edred Utomi (Papa Ge), Kayla Joy Smith (Little Ti Moune), Jenna Gillespie (Andrea), David T. Morris (Armand), Nic Hodges (Storyteller), Christopher C. Fishburne (Storyteller), Gabrielle Jackson (Storyteller), Mia L. Jones (Storyteller), Jade Payton (Storyteller), Eran Scoggins (Storyteller), Kennedy Nibbe (Child), Mackenzie Nibbe (Child), Inaya Reddick (Child)
Link: https://me ga .nz/#F!sFg1hQjI!EjdczuLXzg9z53iEyH9BLA
Paramour - Broadway May 11, 2016
Jeremy Kushnier (AJ Golden), Ruby Lewis (Indigo James), Ryan Vona (Joey Green), Bret Shuford (Robbie), Sarah Meahl (Gina)
Andy Karl (Rocky), Margo Seibert (Adrian), Terence Archie (Apollo), Dakin Mathews (Mickey), Danny Mastrogiorgio (Paulie), Jennifer Mudge (Gloria).
Link: me ga .nz/#F!F0UjQCIb!UAznnqTBHCsaBFELcm249w
Something Rotten (28/3/15)
Link: https://me ga .nz/#F!g8cQRJia!urapEWFFUqfnlVd72WDrOQ
SpongeBob the Musical (11/07/17, Broadway)
Ethan Slater, Lilli Cooper, Gavin Lee, Brian Ray Norris, Danny Skinner, Wesley Taylor, Gaelen Gilland, Kyle Matthew Hamilton, Curtis Holbrook, Stephanie Hsu, L'ogan J'ones, Jai'Len Christine Li Josey, Tom Kenny, Kelvin Moon Loh, Lauralyn McClelland, Vasthy Mompoint, Oneika Phillips, J on Rua, JC Schuster, Abby C. Smith Robert Taylor Jr., Allan K. Washington
Link: https://me ga .nz/#F!kiQD2QSJ!AFeKTzUeTu8MLmDHE37n-g
Spring Awakening (2008/08/07, Broadway)
Matt Doyle (Melchior), Alexandra Socha (Wendla), Gerard Canonico (Moritz), Emma Hunton (Ilse), Andrew Durand (Georg), Amanda Castanos (Martha), Jesse Swenson (Hanschen), Morgan Karr (Ernst), Gabe Violett (Otto), Emily Kinney (Anna), Caitlin Kinnunen (Thea), Christine Estabrook (Adult Woman), Glenn Fleshler (Adult Man)
Link: https://me ga .nz/#F!C0RHHSwR!956Pn6g_-AFgWiD2XDWOGQ
Summer: The Donna Summer Musical (June 2018 Broadway)
hey so today’s october 16 yeah? previously I went to a catholic school with the uniform and dress code and the “you can’t do/wear this” type of thing right. and i was just ranting to my friend about how i felt that in a sense it sort of stripped away my identity/didn’t let me express myself/experiment with myself. because you know how a person’s clothing and how they present theirself usually indicates something about their personality and who they are- it’s a form of expression. and because of the extremely strict uniform + dress code girls weren’t allowed to wear their hair certain ways or make up or nail polish and guys couldn’t wear their hairs a certain way and it needed to be short and no jewelry (unless religious) was allowed. and also they would shame us for yknow masturbation and the basic “sex before marriage is bad!” stuff and I was so insecure after the first time I jacked off that I cried and thought I was going to hell and I realized that I should’ve never been made to feel that way!!!
and basically I just ranted about how I felt that the education system was oppressive and problematic and boy let me tell you I’m almost positive the spirit of melchior gabor possessed me because ive never been so passionate about this topic?
happy october 16 y'all lmao shame is the product of education!
Be More Chill:sing along to ALL the instrumentals.
The Book of Mormon: passionately yell the lines. Then glance out the window awkwardly to make sure no one’s listening. Then resume passionately yelling. Awkwardly go quiet when you hear people passing your door. Repeat.
Dear Evan Hansen: two modes: either humming the songs peacefully to yourself or jumping to your feet, perfectly executing the “Sincerely, Me” dance and also doing all of Ben Platt’s physical tics and waiting for your Tony.
Falsettos: *singing along happily for hundredth time* *abruptly stops* What does that line even mean
Hamilton: there is literally only one way to do it: singing along to all the parts at once and incorporating all the furniture in the room for maximum effect.
The Last Five Years: have a hundred tabs open with the lyrics. It would be one of the easiest musicals to sing along to alone if there weren’t so many goddamn words.
Les Misérables: reconcile yourself to the fact thatit’s physically impossible to sing along to all the parts. You gotta just pick a character to sing with. Which is actually fine, because most Les Mis fans have this one character that’s “their” character. And there’s probably only one character who’s in your range, anyway. I mean, you can try to sing along to all the parts, but prepare to get absolutely slaughtered in “One Day More.”
Newsies: whatever you do, just don’t try to dance along. Please.
Next to Normal: *singing along happily for hundredth time* *abruptly stops* Whoa. That line is really clever/weird/sad/beautiful.
The Phantom of the Opera: AHHHHH aaahhhh ahhhh ahhhHHHH SING MY ANGEL OF MUSIC AHHHH ahhhh ahhh hahhhHHHHH sing mY ANGEL ahhh hahhhhhhh ahhhhHHHHH SING FOR MEEEE AHHHHH HHHHHHHH HAHHHHH HHHHHH HHHHHHHHHHHHHHH SING MY ANGEL HHHHHHHH Ś̹̗̝̠̫I͓̻̰̲N̢̠͕G̦̬͟ ̲F̳̫̦̜̭̰O͙̹̪͕̞͉͟R̩̭̦ ̛̠͚̰M̫͍̬͇͈̖EE̖̙̬̳̞̞̹È̖E͈EE͏E̗̞̲͍̰̕E̗̙̬̻̭Ḛ̫͉̗̜ aaʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰʰ
Rent: ALL the air guitar.
Spring Awakening: *forgets lyric* 🎶 lonely grass purple horses hay bale 🎶
Waitress: wait until “I Didn’t Plan It” and “She Used to Be Mine,” and then let out YEARS of pain and sadness
otherwise known as: “but theater is meant to be experienced live!!!” is a myth invented by capitalism
Anastasia: a sleepover at your best friend’s home
The Band’s Visit: in a silent house with the lights off and the curtains drawn
Be More Chill: in the safety of your room after an exhausting school day
The Book of Mormon: not in public
Dear Evan Hansen: along drive home
Falsettos: walking around a city you don’t know well; it feels mundane and surreal at the same time
Hamilton: with friends on a road trip, yelling along and tripping over the words and laughing
The Last Five Years: stuck in an elevator with a stranger
Les Misérables: anywhere with a lot of durable furniture
Little Shop of Horrors: downtown, where the folks are broke
Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812: in an abandoned parking lot at 2 AM with Monster Energy in the cupholder and giant floodlights in the distance. And a hamster running on a wheel in shotgun just for fun.
Newsies: on the treadmill
Next to Normal: riding the subway, absorbing each word like you’re listening to a gripping audiobook, watching the world flicker by
The Phantom of the Opera: the shower, of course, so that you can sing along
Spring Awakening: sitting in an empty playground
Tuck Everlasting: laying in the sun, the scent of grass in the air
Waitress: returning to visit a favorite place from childhood, bracing your heart for the ways it has changed