elliot spring

musical ratings based on if children swear
  • falsettos: great at first, but slows down a lot. 7/10
  • annie: terrible. so many children, so few swears. 0/10
  • into the woods: none, but if it was made now im certain little red would drop an f-bomb. 1/10
  • music man: not even trying. 0/10
  • fun home: idt there are any? 0/10
  • billy elliot: incredible. set the standard. if u like children swearing this is the show for u. 11/10
  • spring awakening: theyre not child actors, but gosh do they swear a lot. 2/10
  • matilda: they say hell a couple times. 5/10
  • spelling bee: again, not child actors. if "erection" is a swear, 3/10, if not, 0/10
  • a christmas story: no full on swears, but quite a few near swears, so its alright. 2/10
  • school of rock: very good. bonus for talking abt hating the man, minus for being a not great show. 8/10
  • sound of music: can u imagine if one of those kids started swearing thatd be hilarious. 0/10
A (brief) masterpost of musicals!

(I don’t own/ didn’t record these!) Also, they’re all on YouTube!(it’s unfinished so far!) (I really love brackets, but if any don’t work, I can probably get a different video for you from somewhere else, just send a message. I have a heck of a lot of links)

Tony Awards (full show)

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I just love to be able to actually build a character.

- Richard Madden

So after sorting out a lot of inactive blogs it’s time to get up to date on new ones. So if you post any of the following then please reblog so I can check you out?

- Newsies

- Les Misérables (the brick, the musical, the movies etc)

- Spring Awakening

- Next to Normal

- Wicked

- Billy Elliot (the movie too)

- Just musicals in general really

- Song of Achilles

- And a bunch of stuff about classic literature  

Thank you, hope you have a lovely day

Musical Theatre Blogs

I did this some time ago but I wanna bring it back bc there is still have not enough musical theatre stuff on my dash. So if you post about musical theatre, doesn’t even have to be your main content, please like or reblog and I will follow you 😊 (I won’t expect you to follow back ofc)

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April Showers Bring May Flowers

…that’s what I will call this ensemble (not really) because I just noticed the irony of the blue stripes on my shirt cascading down to the floral print on my pants. A look that’s pretty springy for what otherwise was a very gloomy day, and a good transition outfit from a casual day at work to a relaxing and delicious sushi happy hour.

shirt: vintage.
floral denim: Current/Elliott.
heels: Zara.
clutch: Proenza Schouler.

Scrubs: Elliot Reid [ESFJ]

UNOFFICIAL TYPING by caddysdream

Extroverted Feeling (Fe): Elliot is generally very open with her feelings, only holding back when she is afraid of offending someone or of being too vulnerable. She requires extensive emotional affirmation from her friends and coworkers, and she cares very much about what others think of her. Elliot’s dominant Fe is oriented more toward expressing her own emotions and less toward picking up on the true feelings of others, which often causes her to stick her foot in her mouth. It’s possible that that this unhealthy, self-centered Fe springs from Elliot’s repressed upbringing, which she references frequently. As the series continues, Elliot’s dominant Fe strengthens and develops, improving her relationships with others. She cares deeply about meeting JD’s emotional and sexual needs (going so far as to badger Turk at the hospital – on her day off – about JD’s ideal sexual experience). She also sets aside her own principles in order to honor her friendship with a patient who is planning to commit suicide.

Introverted Sensing (Si): “You know what else you should do when you tell me you love me? …Make sure I’m wearing something cute, like my new blue bikini. It really helps my eyes pop.” Elliot is incredibly detail-oriented, which contributes to her controlling tendencies and enables her to retain a great amount of medical knowledge. Her Si plays into her identification with traditional values, and she is constantly telling stories from her past in an effort to explain why she understands what someone else is going through (Fe/Si).

Extroverted Intuition (Ne): Elliot’s wild imagination most often displays itself in her sex life. She is always coming up with new sexual scenarios for her and Keith to try out (involving apple thievery, Britney and K-Fed, Keith wearing a diaper, etc.). At the hospital, Elliot’s Ne enables her to quickly think of several possible diagnoses when trying to treat a patient. She doesn’t always listen to her instincts, and it takes time for her to prioritize them over the opinions of others.

Introverted Thinking (Ti): Early on in the series, Elliot’s inferior Ti frequently causes her to become indecisive with her patients and critical of her coworkers. She reviews medical texts every night until she feels certain that she understands something thoroughly, admitting that she has to work harder than JD at becoming a strong physician. When Elliot is selected to deliver an endocrinology lecture, she frantically begins hiding notes and pages around the hospital so that she can study up until the last minute. Over time, Elliot gradually overcomes her Ti-related insecurities and becomes a much more confident, decisive medical practitioner.

Note: I’ve seen Elliot typed as almost everything, from ESTJ to ENFP to ENFJ, but she definitely exhibits more Si/Ne than Ni/Se. There are a lot of convincing arguments out there for her being a Te/Fi user, but compared to characters like Dr. Kelso and Dr. Cox… she just possesses way more Fe.