and not Anything Goes

  • Psychic: *reads my mind*
  • Me: Veronica! OpEn ThE- OpEn ThE dOoR pLeAsE! vErOnIcA, oPeN tHe DoOr-WhY dO yOu WrItE lIkE yOu'Re RuNnInG oUt Of TiMe-oMiGoD oH mY gOd YoU gUyS lOoKs LiKe ElLe'S gOnNa WiN tHe PrIzE-pOpUlAr YoU'Re GoNnA bE pOpUlAr I'lL tEaCh YoU tHe PrOpEr PoIsE-lEt yOuR FrEaK FlAg WaVe LeT yOuR fReAk FlAg FlY-GOOD MORNING BALTIMORE-wHat TiMe iS iT? sUmMeR tImE-SUPERCALIFRAGILISTICEXPIALIDOCIOUS-i'M fLyInG FLYING FLYING FLYING-wHeN tHe WoRlD hAs ScReWeD yOu AnD cRuShEd YoU iN iTs FiSt-tHe PhAnToM oF tHe OPERAAAA-BIGGEST PLAIN FOOL IN THE JUNGLE OF NOOL-GREASE LIGHTNING-lItTlE sHoP lItTlE ShOp Of HorRor-ANYTHING GOES!! *endless loop*
  • Psychic: WTF
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I hope I don’t regret choosing these hair and uniform colors in a few weeks.

[See in Full Resolution to appreciate the watercolor effect.]

Bootleg Update:

Amelie (Pippa Soo)

Anything Goes (with Sutton Foster and Joel Grey)

Assassins (2004)

Book of Mormon (OBC)

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (London 2015)

Dear Evan Hansen (OBC)

Dogfight

Falsettos (October 2016)

Finding Neverland (OBC)

Hamilton (OBC; two versions)

Hamilton (Chicago Cast)

Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Darren Criss)

Hedwig and the Angry Inch (NPH)

Matilda

Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812

School of Rock (OBC)

Waitress (Jessie Mueller)

Wicked (OBC; Kristin’s last performance)

*If you want anything don’t be shy and send me a message :) if you have something to trade, great, if not: no worries I’m open to gifting*

Headcanon

I headcanon that Sasuke might be somewhat of a jumpy person, in his later pre-teen to teen years. Jumpiness and hypervigilance are both common effects of PTSD, so is anxiety, so I can imagine Sasuke getting a little jumpier after the massacre and the more things progress. He flinches when someone moves too fast near him, he starts at the sound of thunder, he jumps whenever a crash or other loud sound resounds near him. It’s an integrated part of his personality that he doesn’t notice since it’s been that way as long as he can remember. He only notices when people point it out in such a mocking manner. Statements such as “Haha, what’s the matter, you scared?” or “Would you fuckin’ relax, I’m not even doing anything!” are among some of the things Sasuke’s heard. 

When he’s at home, after several years without any place to call home, Sasuke thinks the habit might be gone. He has no reason to jump, to feel nervous. He’s now an adult (if eighteen is an adult, he doesn’t feel any different from being seventeen) and out of the clutches of his childhood. He’s past it. It isn’t until Naruto happens to slam a cabinet door a little too loud that the old habit rears its ugly head, and Sasuke jumps as the sound jars through him. His eyes close and he prepares for the biting, albeit harmless comment he’s sure Naruto has brimming at his lips. But instead, Sasuke feels a gentle hand resting reassuringly on his shoulder.

“Hey, it’s okay. I’m sorry, I didn’t mean to startle you.” 

Hamilton characters as things my band director has said in pit orchestra rehearsal
  • Alexander: I get the God mike.
  • Burr: What? What did I do? What?
  • Laurens: I just heard a cat noise come out of your mike.
  • Lafayette: “Were you specifically instructed to say it like “Ganndi”? It’s “Gahndi”. Oh, god, that’s awful.
  • Mulligan: We get to wear whatever we want---pajamas, college day...dress like me day.
  • Jefferson: Well there used to be one bar...and now there are two bars---oh, and one is slanty! I’ll Facebook live it to you.
  • Angelica: We’re starting here, singers, that’s where you sing the really sexist bit.
  • Peggy: The pit and I want to know how you spell that. F-L-A-P or F-A-L-L-A-P?
  • Eliza: Yes you can burn the books. We can all go over to my house, and you can meet my plant.
  • Philip: I want to be just like [our leading man, who was goofing off on stage] when I grow up
  • Washington: I love you all, very much, I would take a bullet for any one of you, but from three until six, I am going to be an ass.
  • Madison: I’ve got the in-ear mike now, so I can hear every one of your mistakes. FIX THEM BEFORE I GO INSANE.
  • George Eacker: It’s really offensive. Like, really offensive. It’s also really funny. In the most offensive way possible.
  • Maria: It’s not at all what I asked for...and also structurally unsound.
  • King George: You worry about me. I worry about everyone else. You follow me. Look at me!

okay so I really want to make a succulent garden, right? So I was looking at planters. An obvious place to start. And I found this really cute one!

Adorable, right? I’m loving the little miniatures in there. Maybe this has possibilities!

Except today I was looking for some stuff to organize my desk and GUESS WHAT I FOUND

SAME STAMP AND EVERYTHING ARE YOU KIDDING ME

STEP IN TIME : musicals with tap numbers are infinitely better so here are a few for your ears

// 1. Forget About the Boy - Thoroughly Modern Millie // 2. I Can Do That - A Chorus Line // 3. Cold Feets - The Drowsy Chaperone // 4. Cinderella, Darling - How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying // 5. Bottom’s Gonna Be On Top - Something Rotten! // 6. Good Morning - Singin’ In The Rain // 7. Morning Person (Live) - Shrek The Musical // 8. King Of New York - Newsies // 9. Turn It Off - The Book Of Mormon // 10. We’re In The Money - 42nd Street // 11. You Won’t Succeed On Broadway - Spamalot // 12. Something Rotten!/Make An Omelette - Something Rotten! // 13. Anything Goes - Anything Goes // 14. I Got Rhythm - Crazy For You // 15. Puttin’ On The Ritz - Young Frankenstein // 16. Step In Time (Live) - Mary Poppins // 17. 42nd Street - 42nd Street // 18. Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life - Spamalot // 19. A Musical - Something Rotten! // 20. Expressing Yourself - Billy Elliot // 21. The Speed Test - Thoroughly Modern Millie //

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