falsetto at me

Hey, reblog/like if anyone out there has watched a boot but is still dying to see the show live, it just doesn’t work out financially, geographically, or timewise (it’s already off Broadway/tour). I’m trying to make a fucking point.

send me musicals
  • 1. favorite character?
  • 2. favorite person to play said favorite character?
  • 3. character you relate to the most?
  • 4. character you would most like to play?
  • 5. character you would most like to meet?
  • 6. most underrated character?
  • 7. favorite sung line(s)?
  • 8. favorite spoken line(s)?
  • 9. first song you heard from the show?
  • 10. song you play on repeat?
  • 11. song you skip when it comes on shuffle?
  • 12. most underrated song?
  • 13. favorite head cannon?
  • 14. three words that describe this show?
  • 15. overall rate?

the wildest thing for me is listening to a musical and having no idea what the plot line is so i just end up sitting there like

Originally posted by n-wordbelike

  • me: the worst thing about getting unlikely lovers right after thrill of first love on shuffle is the contrast in whizzer's tone of voice. in thrill of first love, he sounds very cocky and we get the impression that he is only with marvin for sex--which is a little sad because marvin left his wife and child to be with whizzer. however, in unlikely lovers, he adapts a much softer, more emotional attitude, and we know from this alone that he has come to care very deeply about marvin. i get the feeling that during the two years of their separation, both men realised just how much they loved each other. this must have been a big deal for whizzer, who is portrayed as a little apathetic in act one. and now that he's finally come to accept his feelings for marvin, he falls fatally ill. and yes, we see him still joking around a little bit ("do you want me to reply?") but the fact that his voice is so much more emotional and fragile shows real character development.
  • taxi driver: we're here
  • what she says: i'm fine
  • what she means: what the hell are the set blocks used in Falsettos (2016) made of?? they must be incredibly sturdy and firm because they don't dent or sag when the actors stand on them, but lightweight enough that they can be carried and moved with ease?? they probably have some sort of grip on their surface to keep them from shifting too much when they're stacked, yet they don't noticeably or loudly drag across the stage?? how are they balanced?? how do they spin when they're in the large block formation?? is there one piece that has wheels underneath it that the rest attach to when it spins, so it stays together?? but where would the wheels go?? what the fuck?????
  • me at two in the morning: man i should really go to bed its getting late
  • also me, exactly three seconds later: sTOP!! LOOK AROUND YOU! No Ones sCreamIng At YOu! so you feel alright for TeN MINUTES! if you feEL Alright for ten mInutes, fEEL AlriGHT FOR TWenTy MINUTES! FEEl alRIGHT FOR foRTY MInuteS!! DROP IT AND SMILE!!!! WHY DONTCHA FEEL ALRIGHT FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE, WH
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