if theres more musicals you listen to, please add them so i can listen!!! (this can include on/off broadway, disney, and movies!)
• Les Misérables
• Sweeney Todd
• Little Shop of Horrors
• Into the Woods
• The Addams Family
• A Very Potter Musical/Sequel
• Ani: A Parody Musical
• Holy Musical B@man!
• Avenue Q
• [title of show]
• Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog
• Dear Evan Hansen
• The Book of Mormon
• The Lion King
• Nightmare Before Christmas
• Corpse Bride
• La La Land
• Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
• Beauty and the Beast
1. The Phantom of the Opera (2004)
2. Phantom of the Paradise (1974) 3. Corpse Bride (2005) 4. Into the Woods (2014) 5. Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog (2008) 6. The Devil’s Carnival (2012) 7. Repo! The Genetic Opera (2008) 8. Teen Witch (1989) 9. Reefer Madness: The Movie Musical (2005) 10. Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007) 11. Little Shop of Horrors (1986) 12. The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) 13. The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)
My friend was watching Supergirl season 2 when her dad, a plastic surgeon, walked by.
Now, her dad is this really quiet, chill dude who’s ultra polite and thinks “heck” is a swear word.
So anyway, her dad walked past the TV.
Sure enough, there was Mon-Ew.
Her super duper chill dad took one look at Chris Wood’s face and went: “I thought they pay Hollywood actors enough to at least afford a decent nose job?“
My friend then told him Chris was not a very successful actor, and her dad’s response was “Yes, I can tell from that nose job.”
I’ve laughed for a good five minutes now, and my friend’s wheezing on the other side of the phone.
Not sure if anyone cares, but my friend shows her plastic surgeon dad a pic of Katie, asking him if he thinks her face is good-looking or not, and her dad’s exact words are:「他們要是多拍她就好了，幹嘛老是把鏡頭對著那個鼻孔一大一小的傢伙。」
Which translates to “It would’ve been better if they give her more screen time. Why did they keep pointing the camera at that dude with asymmetrical nostrils?”
Her dad didn’t even answer her question. He was so pissed about Chris’s nose that he completely ignored the question just so he could drag him one more time. I’m WHEEZING.
I fucking love my friend’s dad, the great Dr. Chang, who managed to drag Chris Wood even though my friend didn’t bring him up lol
Dr Alexander Anderson (April 21, 1775 – January 17, 1870)
“At the age of twelve years he made his first attempts at engraving on copper, frequently using pennies rolled out, and on type-metal plates. He received no instruction, and his knowledge was acquired by watching jewelers and other workmen.” He is one of the earliest American wood-engravers. He produced works for books, periodicals, and newspapers. (Wikipedia)
From our stacks: 1. Frontispiece “Portrait of Dr. Anderson engraved for Frank Leslie’s Illustrated News by A. G. Holcomb” from A Memorial of Alexander Anderson, M.D., The First Engraver on Wood in America. Read before the New York Historical Society, Oct. 5, 1870. By Benson J. Lossing. New York: Printed for the Subscribers: 1872. 2.,5.,7.,9. Illustrations from
A Collection of One Hundred and Fifty Engravings by Alexander Anderson M. D. Executed on wood after his ninetieth year. Privately printed by Charles L. Moreau. New York, 1873. “This Collection of Engravings is printed from the original blocks left by Doctor A. Anderson, and kindly loaned by his family to Charles L. Moreau, at whose private press they have been struck off. Only Fifty copies have been printed. No. 46.” 3. “Death’s Pulpit, drawn and engraved by Dr. Anderson, after a print by Van Venne” 4. Portrait of Garret Lansing, engraved for this work by J.H. Richardson, after a drawing by Dr. Anderson” 6. “Cottage Scene, an early engraving by Dr. Anderson” 8. “Grotesque design “What he saw in the fire” by Dr. Anderson, engraved by himself” from A Memorial…, 1872. 10. Front matter ‘Villas and Cottages’ from Villas and Cottages. A Series of Designs Prepared for Execution in the United States. By Calvert Vaux, Architect, Late Downing & Vaux, Newburgh, on the Hudson. Illustrated by 300 Engravings. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1857.
I really love your fics so I was wondering if you’ll pleaseee write a clexa jurassic park au Tks
“Most meat eaters walked on two feet. This made them faster and left their hands free to grab their prey,” the professor explained, clicking the pointer so that the page changed. “Most plant eaters walked on four feet to better carry their heavy bodies. Some plant eaters could balance on two feet for a short time.”