Barakamon is ending

Gekkan Shoujo is ending

Haikyuu!! is ending

Ao Haru Ride is ending

Dramatical Murder is ending

Free! is ending

Love Stage has ended

Book of Circus has ended

Tokyo Ghoul has ended

Doing theatre is stressful, but theatre stress is a different kind of stress. Theatre stress is stress that I want; it’s stress that I crave. I thrive off of it. Theatre stress is good stress, because theatre is my passion.


Books Every Black Child Should Read 

Nappy Hair -  Carolivia Herron, Joe Cepeda (Illustrator)

The Snowy Day -  Ezra Jack Keats

Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters -  John Steptoe

Meet Addie - American Girl Story 

“Her Stories: African American Folktales, Fairy Tales, and True Tales” - Virginia Hamilton

Daddy and Me -  Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe

Dancing In The Wings - Debbie Allen

Something Beautiful - Sharon Dennis Wyeth


Good morning, SMblr! This is an assignment for one of my classes; while this isn’t *exactly* a tech brief, it’s right up my alley. I took a bit of an informal approach, but I want to share in case anyone out there would find this useful/have something to add. This is still a draft. 

Of course, there is more than one way to make a calling script; some people like to set up different columns in the margins and others like the dreaded text boxes…. But this is the way that works best for me, in Word, at least. You can do the same thing in Excel too! 

@stagemanagereej this is the assignment you asked about! What do you think?

Reblog/Like if you like:

•Kamisama Kiss
•Black Butler
•Ouran High School Host Club
•Soul Eater
•Princess Jellyfish
•Rosario + Vampire
•Junjou Romantica
•Love Stage
•Attack on Titan
•Fairy Tale
•Tokyo Ghoul
•Baka and Test (Baka no Test)
•Attack on Titan
•World’s Greatest First Love (Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi)
•The Devil is a Part Timer
•Highschool DxD
•Blue Exorcist
•Maria the Virgin Witch
•Sword Art Online
•Death Parade
•Orenchi No Furo Jijou
•One Punch Man
•Snow White with the Red Hair
•Food Wars
I’ll be checking out your blog and following!!!


“Alone of her close royal companions of her youth, Francis has remained a part of her life, and to their childhood intimacy had been added the natural intimacy of husband and wife. Since the moment of their first meeting in St Germain in October 1548, when the five-year-old Scottish queen had been solemnly presented to the four-year-old dauphin of France, and King Henry II had rejoiced over the immediate love which the children felt for each other, Mary and Francis had never been apart for longer than a few months at a time. They had thus been united by twelve years of continuous friendship and companionship, and all that happy memories can signify in the mind of a romantic and affectionate young girl.” 

- ‘Mary Queen of Scots’ (Antonia Fraser, pg. 135; on Francis and Mary’s relationship and the death of Francis II)