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I’ve been playing around with these ideas for a few days, decided to draw them!

things some of my favourite musicals have taught me

-how to make an omelette
-a basic understanding of the history of america
-a basic understanding of the history of america from a mormon’s perspective
-in order to be successful, you don’t need to have brains or knowledge, just popular
-Spanish
-how to kill someone and make it look like a suicide
-how many minutes there are in a year
-how to tell if someone is gay or European
-it’s really easy to fake emails
-don’t sell drugs kids, even if you have the hots for the person you’re selling them to
-always be aware of autocorrect
-how to break in a glove
-nice is different than good
-everyone’s a little bit racist sometimes
-it’s too late to screw at 4am
-revolutions likely end in death
-almost all bankers, bums and barbers know how to read
-‘pop’ is a suitable synonym for the verb ‘chew’
-how many people resided in newfoundland before 9/11
-how many people were redirected to newfoundland after 9/11

(might add more as time goes on)

Petition for the Tonys to have a Best Ensemble category because the rest of the people onstage besides the stars deserve to be recognized for their amazingness and hard work

Sorting Musicals into Hogwarts Houses
  • Gryffindor: Bare: A Pop Opera,
  • RENT, Book of Mormon, Les Miserables, Groundhog Day,
  • Waitress
  • Hufflepuff: Dear Evan Hansen, Come From Away, In the Heights, School of Rock, Fun Home, Wicked
  • Slytherin: Falsettos, Avenue Q, Dr. Horrible, Chicago, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Legally Blonde
  • Ravenclaw: Great Comet, Hamilton, Something Rotten, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Matilda, Heathers