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Bootleg update!

Here are all the bootlegs i currently have, alphabetized this time :))

A Chorus Line
A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder
A New Brain (with Jonathan Groff)
A little Night Music (with Angela Lansbury)
Aladdin
American Idiot
American in Paris OBC
Amélie with Philippa Soo
Amélie with Samantha Barks
An American in Paris
Anastasia OBC
Annie (US Tour)
Annie Get Your Gun
Anything Goes
Assassins
Avenue Q
Bare: The musical (Off-Broadway)
Bare: a Pop Opera
Beautiful: A Carole King Story OBC
Beauty and the Beast OBC
Big Fish (Pre-Broadway)
Blood Brothers
Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson OBC
Bombshell
Bombshell (audio only)
Bonnie and Clyde OBC
Book of Mormon Chicago
Book of Mormon OBC
Bring it On
Cabaret Broadway cast
Cabaret With Emma Stone
Camelot
Candide OBC
Carousel (Chicago 2015)
Carrie the Musical
Chaplin
Charlie and The Chocolate Factory (London)
Chess OBC
Chicago
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang London Tour
Cinderella OBC
City of Angels OBC
Cyclone (audio only)
Dance of the Vampires OBC
Dear Evan Hansen OBC
Dogfight with Lindsey Mendez
Dr Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog
Dream Girls Unknown cast
Dream girls OBC
End of the rainbow
Evita (broadway 2012)
Falsettos
Fiddler on the Roof
Fiddler on the Roof (Broadway Revival)
Finding Nemo
Finding Neverland OBC
First Wives Club OBC
First date the Musical OBC
Follies (Revival cast)
Frozen Live!
Fun Home OBC
Funny Girl: The Musical
Ghost: the Musical
Gigi OBC
Godspell
Grease
Grey Gardens (Broadway 2015)
Gypsy the Musical
Hairspray
Half a Sixpence (audio only)
Hamilton (with Javier)
Hamilton OBC
Hamilton OBC (with sheet music and recordings from workshops)
Hamilton OCC
Harry Potter and the The Cursed Child (audio only)
Heathers
Heathers with Thomas Sanders (audio only)
Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Andrew Rennells)
Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Darren Criss)
Hello Dolly UK Tour
Holy Musical B@man!
Honeymoon in Vegas
Hunchback of Notre Dame
If/Then
In the Heights OBC
Into the Woods
Jekyll and Hyde
Jesus Christ Superstar
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Kinky Boots
Kiss me, Kate
La Cage au Folles (broadway 2010)
Legally Blonde
Lend me a Tenor (broadway 2010)
Les Mis
Lion King (London)
Little Shop of Horrors
Little Women
Love Never Dies (OBC)
Mamma Mia! OBC
Marilyn An American Fable
Marry Poppins US tour
Matilda with Eliza Madore
Matilda with Mimi Ryder
Matilda with Sophia Gennusa
Memphis (OBC)
Merrily we Roll along
Miss Saigon
My Fair Lady UK Tour
Natasha Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 (audio only)
Natasha Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 (video recording)
Newsies 2013 cast (Corey Cott, Kara Lindsay, Andrew Keenan-Bolger, Ben Fankhauser)
Newsies OBC
Newsies Tour
Next to Normal (Broadway Cast)
Next to Normal (OBC) (last performance of alice ripley, jennifer damiano, Brian d'Arcy James with speeches at the end)
Next to Normal (Off Broadway cast) (includes cut scenes and songs)
Oklahoma!
Oliver!
On The Twentieth Century
On a Clear Day OBC
On the Town (broadway 2014)
Once OBC
Once on this Island
Paramour
Passion: The Musical
Peter Pan
Peter and the Starcatcher
Phantom of The Opera
Pippin
Ragtime
Rent
Rent OBC opening night
Rocky Horror Picture Show
Saved! (Aaron Tveit and Original cast)
School of Rock OBC
She loves Me
Shrek the Musical
Side Show (off broadway)
Side Show OBC
Singing in the rain
Sister Act (London)
Something Rotten!
Sound of Music Broadway 1998
South Pacific
Spamalot
Spongebob the Musical
Spring Awakening (OBC)
Spring awakening (Deaf West)
Streetcar Named Desire (with Gillian Anderson)
Sunset Boulevard The Musical
Sweeney Todd
Sweeney Todd (audio only)
Sweeney Todd OBC
Sweet Charity US tour
Taboo the Musical by Boy George
Tangled the Musical (Disney Cruise)
Tarzan OBC
The Addams Family (audio only)
The Addams Family US Tour
The Color Purple
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime OBC
The Drowsy Chaperone
The Great American Trailer Park Musical OBC
The Jungle Book (chicago 2013)
The King and I
The Last Five Years
The Lightning Thief (early off-broadway)
The Lightning Thief (incomplete video)
The Music Man
The Newsboys Variety Show (OBC)
The Nightman Cometh
The Pajama Game OBC
The Producers
The Visit: The Musical
The Wild Party OBC
The Witches of Eastwick
The light in the Piazza
The little Mermaid
Thoroughly Modern Millie OBC
Tick Tick…Boom! (Original Off-Broadway Cast)
Titanic: The Musical
Tuck Everlasting OBC
Twisted: the untold Story of the Royal Vizier
Urinetown OBC
Waitress (Opening Night with Sara Bereilles) (audio only)
Waitress OBC
West Side Story
Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Wicked OBC
Wicked OBC (KC’s last)
Wicked Pre-Broadway
Wicked with Nicole Parker, Alli Mauzey, Aaron Tveit
Xanadu OBC
13 the Musical
1776
25th Annual Putnam Spelling Bee
42nd Street

i’m super overwhelmed right now so i’m so sorry if it takes a few days for me to get back to you, but feel free to message me if you want one!!! i’m always happy to trade! if you don’t have anything to trade i’ll gift anything to my followers!!

The Cult of The Many Mothers

What if the cult of Immortan Joe is slowly, year by year, replaced by another one? The Citadel inhabitants seem to be totally wrapped into a religious mindset (to the point of brainwashing) and Immortan Joe’s fall is also the fall of an entire system of customs and traditions. He was a cruel god but their god nonetheless. The void caused by his disappearance has to be filled.

Hence, the cult of the Many Mothers.

The Many Mothers, who went into the desert and back. The Many Mothers, who brought us water. The Many Mothers, whose names young girls and boys from the Citadel are taught to repeat in their prayers. The Many Mothers, whose deeds are told by the History Women and Men.

***

Mother Angharad of Freedom

The One who first rose against The Father of Lies*.
The One who went under the wheels, sacrificing herself for our sake.
The One who freed us all.

Mother Capable of Compassion

The One who loved the unlovable.
The One whose hand wipes away all pains, all sorrows.
The One who redeemed us all.

Mother Dag of Greenery

The One who planted the seeds.
The One who gave birth to the First Free Child.
The One who fed us all.

Mother Toast of Knowledge

The One who brought us wisdom.
The One who found her strenght in loneliness but chose companionship.
The One who fought for us all.

Mother Cheedo of Bravery

The One who deceived The Deceiver*.
The One to whom small girls and boys look up to when in fear.
The One who saved us all.

Mother Furiosa of War

The One who chose peace.

***

*Immortan Joe has been subjected to damnatio memorie, remaining unnamed in lore as an Antichrist-like figure.

3

“This guy is cheating on all of you and instead of taking it out on him you’re beating the shit out of each other?”

“Let’s just hang out tonight, okay?" 

 -John Tucker Must Die (2006)

“Between the two of us he has the perfect woman, what else would he need?”

“We are the weirdest friends ever.”

-The Other Woman (2014)

“You’ve always been jealous of me, even in college! Because I was blonde and beautiful, and could have any guy I wanted!”

“I hope we never change and we always stay the same.”

-The First Wives Club (1996) 

The three best ‘we don’t need men when we have our girlfriends’ movies to watch.

On Fury Road and the value of non-threatening male heroes

So I’ve been re-watching Fury Road and something struck me;

Tom Hardy’s Max is just really non-threatening. Now, that’s weird on a surface level because in story he’s presented as very dangerous. But here’s the thing about the kind of men we’re used to seeing in action movie; They are threatening in their masculinity.

The capitol A Action hero is a fixture in our cultural awareness. Almost without fail this hero is a man (if you have a woman in the role of action hero, it’s almost always proceeded by her gender. She can’t just be the action hero, she is very clearly cast as a FEMALE action hero.) So our male Action hero  is a badass. He’s dangerous, he’s brooding, he’s tough as nails. Sometimes he’s sarcastic and witty, sometimes he’s a moody stud. Point is, despite cultural changes that we see with our Action heroes as different pop culture trends change the flavoring, these men are all pretty much cut from the same mold. And here’s the thing about your typical Action hero; They have this underlying current of threatening masculinity. To put it bluntly, your typical Action hero is really all about cock. They’re intimidating to both their male peers and the women who are cast opposite them. They are toxic masculinity distilled onto our screens.

Now, in recent years we’ve been seeing more varity in our Action heroes. More emotion. Of course, there have always been exceptions (Luke Skywalker is one of the most note worthy male heroes to break this mold, and I think it’s worth noting that he’s often called whiny. Hell, when I was a little kid I loved him, but as a young teenager I thought he was lame. Now I realize that this might well have been because he wasn’t acting like your typical male hero. Maybe that scared me on some level) Anyway, let’s get back to Hardy’s Max. In story he  starts out as frightening, but he is never threatening in the way of your usual Action hero. He’s feral, dangerous, and unpredictable at the start of our story, but he doesn’t have any of that toxic masculinity.  So, we have a mad Max who is dangerous, and seems mad, as it were.  But there’s none of that hyper male Action hero posturing.

Hardy’s Max is a flawed man whose past has almost driven him past the point of no return. To the other characters in the movies he initially seems to be  feral (they don’t have the benefit of hearing his inner thoughts) Max is a frightening, but he’s not a masculine he-man. In fact, the characters in the movie who fall close to what we’re used to seeing in Action heroes are the warboys and their leader. The culture espoused by Immortan Joe is hyper masculine and toxic. The young men who idolize him seem like extreme versions of what we’re used to with our heroes. They’re brainwashed into a society built on toxic masculinity and objectification, and the heroes of the story are the ones fighting against this idea. Interestingly, Furiosa has a lot of traits of your traditional Action hero, but it’s coupled with compassion and self reflection, not because she’s a woman, but because  she’s  a person. Like Max, she is fighting to regain her humanity through helping a group of young women fight for their freedom from a world of toxic masculinity.

So, again back to Max himself. As the movie goes on he regains his sense of self. A big theme int he movie is the objectification and commodification of human life. We see this with Immortan Joe’s ‘wives” as well as with the brainwashed warboys and the use living humans as ‘bloodbags’ and ‘milkers’ Max starts the movie literally strapped to the hood of a car as a hood ornament/living blood bag.  Max is reluctant to help Furiosa and the ‘wives’ at first, but we see him change in a brief period of time. He  regains his humanity through helping others and coming to terms with his own demons. Hardy’s Max is dangerous, but he’s also vulnerable, undeniably so. We see his fear, we see what haunts him, and we see him struggle to survive, and then struggle to come to terms with his past in order to help others have a future. This sets him apart from Mel Gibson’s Max, and in my opinion makes him the better of the two. By the time Max starts really showing his human side, we see a man who is compassionate and half broken, a man who relearns himself by helping others.

Another notable aspect of Max is his relationship with Furiosa. Usually when your typical Action hero is paired with a STRONG INDEPENDENT WOMAN in a movie, there’s this ongoing dynamic of ‘but you’re a girlllllll’ There isn’t respect, because the heroes of the story are acting out the deeply felt internalized misogyny of our own society. They can’t interact as equals because in our cultural minds they are inherently unequal. They are defined by their rigid gender rules, and they act this out like they’re children on a playground crying about cooties. And of course, there’s usually the sexual element, with the heroes constantly griping at/disrespecting one another while it’s played off as repressed attraction all along.Fury Road never once does this. Max and Furiosa are two flawed and broken people trying to survive. There isn’t a split second where Max stops to wonder how a GIRL can be so tough. Once they’re established as allies, they immediately move into a working relationship built on mutual respect and trust. Two scenes come to mind. Firstly, the initial canon chase when Max first shows himself as an ally. There’s one notable moment where Furiosa is standing up out of the roof and Max hands her a gun. That doesn’t seem important, but there’s something about that gesture that’s very c cinematically important. It shows us that they’re a team now, and it shows us that they trust each other. The second notable scene is the “Don’t breathe” moment in the night bog. Max has previously seen that Furiosa is a good shot. He knows that she is the one to trust with this task, so he hands her the gun and lets her use him as a rifle stand. It’s a moment with no dialogue that speaks volumes.

All of this goes to Max as a nonthreatening hero. He never objectifies, disrespects, or distrusts his counterpart. He’s never an alpha male. He’s part of a story that he doesn’t need to dominate with his manly male maleness. Hardy’s Max is a dangerous, vulnerable, and quietly compassionate man who gives respect and trust where it’s due. He has no need to parade and prove his masculinity. In fact, the people doing that are the villains, and isn’t that telling?

Bootlegs (UPDATED 9/16/2017)

I know that I’m not accepting requests currently, but I decided to put some new ones down anyway. Again, I AM NOT ACCEPTING REQUESTS CURRENTLY, but when I start accepting requests again, If you’d like any bootlegs from this list (THERE IS NO LIMIT! YOU CAN HAVE AS MANY AS YOU GUYS WANT!), message me here on Tumblr OR email me at coolbootlegguy@yahoo.com.

Now, START SCAVENGING! :D

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- 3 Musketeers (Aaron Tveit)


- 9 to 5 (FINAL BROADWAY PERFORMANCE)


- 13: The Musical:

* Broadway

* Goodspeed


- 21 Chump Street (Brooklyn Academy of Music (June 7th, 2014) - Original Cast)


- The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (OBC)


- 1776 (Professionally Filmed)


A:

- The Addams Family:

* Broadway and Chicago Mix 

* Chicago Preview


- Avenue Q (OBC)


- A Grand Night For Singing OBC (Video Freezes at 30.00)


- Annie Get Your Gun - May 5, 2006


- A Bed and a Chair (Bernadette Peters & Jeremy Jordan)


- The Apple Tree on Broadway with Kristen Chenoweth


- AHS Drama Department’s Is There Life After High School? (1996)


- Anastasia (Hartford)


- Aladdin:

* OBC 4/11/2014

* 2 Pre-Broadway bootlegs (Info N/A))


- An Evening with Sutton Foster (October 19th, 2013)


- A Bronx Tale (OBC)


- Amelie:

* LA with Phillipa Soo (December 4, 2016)

* First Broadway Preview (AUDIO)

* OBC

* Berkeley Rep with Samantha Barks


- Allegiance (OBC)


- Anything Goes (2011 Broadway Revival with OC)


- ANI (A Parody)


- A Chorus Line:

* 2006 Broadway Revival OPENING NIGHT

* OBC

* Original Run Closing Documentary April 1990


- American Psycho (Broadway Preview)


- An Act of God on Broadway with Jim Parsons


- A Very Potter Musical

- A Very Potter Sequel

- A Very Potter Senior Year


- American Idiot:

* Broadway (5/2/2010)

* Berkeley Rep with Matt Caplan

* Pace University 2015

* Los Angeles

* Pre-Broadway (10/9/2009)


- Assassins:

* Broadway (5/29/2004 with Neil Patrick Harris) 

* ORIGINAL OFF-BROADWAY CAST)


B:

- BroadwayCon Panels:

* History is Happening In Manhattan - The Hamilton Panel

* Even If You’re Little, You Can Do A Lot - Broadway Kids Panel

* Madame Secretary Panel (1-28-2017)

* Waving Through A Window - The Dear Evan Hansen Panel (1.29.2017)

* 10,514,880 Minutes: How Do You Measure 20 Years of RENT? - The Rent Reunion Panel

* In Trousers Reunion Panel

* Something Rotten! Panel (2016)


- Be More Chill (Play)


- Billy Elliot the Musical:

* London 2005 with Liam Mower

* Broadway 2008 with Trent Kowalik

* Chicago 2010 with Tommy Batchelor)


- The Bridges Of Madison County (Broadway 4/16/2014)


- Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (OBC)


- Bat Boy (OOBC)


- Bette Midler’s The Showgirl Must Go On


- The Book of Mormon:

* 2 OBCs with Subtitles (One has only English subtitles and the other has English & either Japanese or Chinese Subtitles. Both are different just so you know!)

* London

* Nic Rouleau & Ben Platt

* Presentation Performance (OBC) (Workshop some costumes, no set) (September 1, 2010)


- Big Fish (Pre-Broadway in Chicago)


- Bring It On Broadway (FULL with ad at beginning and & another in 5 parts)


- Bonnie & Clyde (Both have Jeremy Jordan & Laura Osnes; one is Broadway and the other has Unknown Info)


- Bright Star:

* Broadway (April 2016)

* Broadway (Second to last show (June 2016))

* Reunion Concert (12-12-2016)


C:

- Chess:

* Original Australian Cast, 1990

* Original Broadway Cast June 25, 1988 (CLOSING NIGHT - FINAL SHOW)

* 2008 with Femke Soetenga, Chris Murray & Christian Grygas

* Original London Production


- Cirque de Soleil Paramour (OBC)


- Camelot (Filmed Live on Broadway)


- Come From Away (OBC)


- Company:

* 2011 New York Philharmonic Production with Patti LuPone, Neil Patrick Harris, Jennifer Laura Thompson and Ariana DeBose

* Raul Esparza 

* 2006 Broadway Revival FINAL PERFORMANCE


- Cabaret with Emma Stone


- Curtains (OBC)


- Cry-Baby (OBC)


- The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (London)


- Carrie:

* 2012 Off-Broadway Revival

* Stratford 1988 OPENING NIGHT with Betty Buckley

* Seattle 2013 with Alice Ripley as Margaret 

* FINAL PERFORMANCE (ACT 1 ONLY) with B-Roll Footage & Extras)


- Cats (2016 Broadway Revival (7/22/2016))


- Caroline, or Change (OBC)


- The Color Purple

* OBC 

* 2015 Broadway Revival, FULL

* 2015 Broadway Revival, ACT 2 ONLY


- ‘Cannibal! The Musical’ presented by Pineapple-Shaped Lamps


- Carousel (Lincoln Center with Jessie Mueller and Audra McDonald)


- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory:

* West End (1/22/2015)

* West End (7/24/2013)


- Carousel (1994 Broadway Revival)


- Catch Me If You Can Broadway 2011 with Aaron Tveit


- Chicago:

* US Tour

* 2007 Cast


- Crazy For You:

* In the Wings Productions

* Paper Mill Playhouse


D:

- Disaster! on Broadway


- Dogfight


- Daddy Long Legs (Full Live Performance, 2015)


- Dirty Dancing International Tour in Rome


- Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog


- Disney’s Frozen on Ice (2015)


- The Drowsy Chaperone (Nipomo Theatre Company & another with Unknown Info)


- Dreamgirls:

* In Concert (2001) with Audra McDonald, Lilias White, and Heather Headley

* OBC


- Dear Evan Hansen:

* OBC

* Arena Stage (July 26, 2015) [AUDIO]


E:

- Evita (2012 Revival with Elena Roger)


- Evil Dead The Musical (Madison, Wisconsin (National Non-Equity Tour) at Overture Center For The Arts, September 13, 2014)


- Eclipsed on Broadway with Lupita Nyong'o


F:

- Fiddler on the Roof:

*2016 Broadway Revival 

*Broadway 2004


- The First Wives Club - The Musical (Pre-Broadway Tryout) 


- Follies:

* 2011 Broadway Revival with OBC

* Berlin, 1991

* In Concert, 1985


- Fun Home on Broadway 2015 (OBC)


- Firebringer


- First Date with Zachary Levi on Broadway


- [UPCLOSE HD] Frozen Musical - Disney California Adventure - Opening Day


- Finding Neverland:

* Cambridge, MA / A.R.T. (September & August 2014)

* Broadway (Preview)

* Broadway (Kevin Kern as J.M. Barrie)

* Broadway (Tony Yazbeck as J.M. Barrie)

* Alfie Boe


- Falsettos:

* 2016 Broadway Revival (Orchestra view) 

* 2016 Broadway Revival (Mezzanine view)

* 2016 Broadway Revival (Filmed Cinema Version)

* LA, 1993


- Falsettoland (Original Off-Broadway Cast) (NO SOUND FROM 0:09 TO 10:15, SOUND STARTS AT END OF MIRACLE OF JUDAISM)


-Footloose:

* 1999 National Tour in Boston, MA with Matt Morrison as Ren

* Tour on 1-15-2000 with Joe Machota, Kudra Owens, Teresa Marie Sanchez


G:

- Grey Gardens (Broadway - 12-6-06)

- Gigi OBC (2015-03-28)


- Grease 2007 Broadway Cast (with Laura Osnes & Max Crumm)


- Gypsy (2003 Broadway Revival, Filmed April 4, 2003, with Bernadette Peters)


- The Great American Trailer Park Musical! Live Off-Broadway (Final Performance)


- Ghost on Broadway


- Gone With The Wind (April 5, 2008, FIRST PREVIEW, AUDIO ONLY)


- Gypsy:

* 1990 Broadway Revival with Tyne Daly

* 1993 TV Film with Bette Midler


H:

- Hamilton:

* Chicago

* Andrew Rannells as King George III (ACT 1 ONLY)

* Javier Munoz (19.6.2016)

* Broadway (Mezzanine view)

* Broadway (Close-up view)

* Javier Munoz & Lexi Lawson

* 3-23-17 San Francisco (AUDIO)

* Broadway 12-28-16 Evening (AUDIO)

* Edit (with clips from public performances, Chicago, Broadway, etc.))


- Hairspray

* US Tour 2005 (Aaron Tveit as Link)

* Hollywood Bowl with Nick Jonas, 2011 [WITH SPANISH SUBTITLES]


- Hello, Dolly! (2017 Broadway Revival)


- Hand to God (Broadway (April 2, 2015))


- Honeymoon in Vegas OBC


- Holler If Ya Hear Me - Broadway, June 14t


- The Hunchback of Notre Dame (La Jolla Playhouse & Paper Mill Playhouse)


- Heathers:

* Off-Broadway with Dan Domenech as J.D.

* Concert reading at Joe’s Pub (September 14, 2010)

* Original Off-Broadway Cast with Ryan McCartan, ACT 1 ONLY)


- How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying (1995 Broadway Revival)


- Hedwig and the Angry Inch:

* National Tour in Los Angeles, California at the Pantages Theatre (November 6, 2016) with Lena Hall & Shannon Conley

* Broadway with Darren Criss (5/07/15, July 2015 & another with an unknown date)

* Andrew Rannells (8/31/2014 & 8/20/2014)

* John Cameron Mitchell (1998 Off-Broadway & Crate (04/11/15 10PM, 3/27/15, 1/31/15)

* 2003 with Anthony Rapp

* Michael C. Hall (11/05/14)

* Neil Patrick Harris (5/04/14)


I:

- In the Heights

* OBC

* Broadway with Javier Munoz

* OBC Preview


- It’s a Bird…It’s a Plane…It’s Superman (1975 ABC TV Special)


- Into the Woods (Broadway (2002 Revival & OBC Pro-Shot)


- If/Then:

* Jackie Burns (2015-02-22)

* 5-25-2014

* August 30, 2014, with Jackie Burns

* Final Broadway Performance

* OBC Preview (2014-03-08)


J:

- Jekyll & Hyde (David Hasselhoff)


- Julie Andrews Concert (Recorded Live on 2.17.1995 - Woodstock 99 East Stage in Rome, NY)


- Jersey Boys on Broadway


- Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (TV Movie by Really Useful Films, 1999 with Donny Osmond, Maria Friedman, Richard Attenborough & Robert Torti)


K:

- The King & I (2015 Broadway Revival, 2015-03-15)


- Kinky Boots (OBC Preview (Full video & 3 Parts on Vimeo))


- Kiss Me, Kate at BBC Proms


L:

- Little Women (OBC)


- The Lyons on Broadway (May 17, 2012)


- Leap of Faith on Broadway (OBC)


- Legally Blonde:

* Broadway (MTV Filmed)

* Broadway (7/1/2007)

* Broadway (4/14/2007)

* San Francisco (2/7/2007)

* Korea (3/11/2010)


- The Light in the Piazza (Filmed Live on Broadway & another bootleg with Unknown Info)


- Les Miserables:

* 10th Anniversary Concert with English & Chinese Subtitles in HD

* 2014 Broadway Preview

* Hollywood Bowl

* Greg Stone as JVJ

* 2014 Broadway Revival (Info N/A)


- Lestat (OPENING NIGHT ON BROADWAY & San Francisco)


- Little Shop of Horrors (2003 Florida Broadway Tryout & 2006 UK Tour)


- Love Never Dies

* Reworked Australian Production

* London (4/29/2010 with pre-changes, missing 25 mins of act 1 & some washouts)

* Ben Lewis and Anna O'Byrne


M:

- Memphis on Broadway (Pro-Shot)


- Merrily We Roll Along:

* Original Australian Cast 1996

* OBC


- The Music Man (2003 TV Movie with Matthew Broderick, Kristen Chenoweth & Cameron Adams)


- The Mystery of Edwin Drood (National Tour US and Info N/A)


- Much Ado About Nothing (Unknown Info)


- Me and My Dick (Original Cast)


- Mamma Mia!:

* London (2/11/2014)

* Pre-Broadway National Tour


- Mary Poppins (Original London Cast, ACT 1 ONLY)


- My Favorite Broadway - The Leading Ladies (09.28.98 at Carnegie Hall)


- Matilda:

* Eliza Holland

* Tori Feinstein

* Oona Laurence (3/6/2013)

* Ripley Sobo (8/23/2014 Matinee)

* Sophia Gennusa


- Miss Saigon:

* Broadway (1/7/2001 with Lea Salonga & Will Chase)

* Manila


N:

- Newsies:

* OBC (March 17, 2012)

* Broadway with advertisements of the filmed version at the beginning of the bootleg

* The Ultimate Broadway Fan Film

* The Filmed Cinema Version)


- Next to Normal:

* LAST PERFORMANCE of Alice Ripley, Jennifer Damiano, and Brian d'Arcy James with speeches at the end

* Second Broadway preview with OC

* Broadway with Jessica Phillips and Kyle Dean Massey

* Off-Broadway (Early Version, Original Cast)

* U.S. Tour


- On the 20th Century (2015 Broadway Revival (3/3/2015 & 2/21/2015)


- Noises Off (2015 Broadway Revival)


- Nice Work If You Can Get It (OBC)


- Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812:

* OBC

* Scott Stangland u/s Pierre


O:

- Oklahoma! with Hugh Jackman


- The Other Palace (London) - Andrew Lloyd Webber and Lin-Manuel Miranda Live Stream 


- Oliver! (London, 2010)


- On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (2011 Broadway Revival with Jessie Mueller)


- Once on Broadway


- On Your Feet! (OBC Preview (October 17, 2015))


P:

- The Phantom of the Opera:

* Broadway (7/21/2016)

* Norm Lewis’ FIRST PERFORMANCE

* London (2/26/2005)


- Pacific Overtures - 1976 Original Broadway Cast


- Peter Pan Live with Cathy Rigby


- The Pirate Queen (Broadway, April 13, 2007)


- Pipe Dream (Encores!)


- Peter Pan Tour June 2012


- Pippin:

* 2014 Broadway Revival with Kyle Dean Massey & Ciara Renee, MISSING PART 3 OF ACT 1

* Rachel Bay Jones, Andrea Martin & Terrence Mann

* Live in Toronto, 1982 (I have two versions; one that’s full & uncut and another that’s also full & uncut but with no skipping))


- Pokemon Live!


- Promises, Promises (2010 Broadway Revival with Kristin Chenoweth & Sean Hayes)


R:

- Rent:

* Milwaukee (7/27/2010)

* 20th Anniversary UK Tour (AUDIO AND VIDEO AUDIO)

* 5th Anniversary Reunion Concert

* OPENING NIGHT with OBC

* FINAL PERFORMANCE, 2008

* 10th Anniversary Concert

* No Day But Today - The Story of Rent


- Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella:

* Keke Palmer

* Laura Osnes

* Carly Rae Jepsen and Fran Drescher

* 1965 Film


- Rock of Ages:

* July 2016 Egyptian Theatre in Park City

* Reunion Concert @ Highline Ballroom 1-25-16


S:

- The Secret Garden (OBC & US Tour)


- The Spongebob Musical (Chicago)


- Sunday in the Park (Bernadette Peters & Mandy Patinkin)


- Sunset Boulevard:

* Betty Buckley

* Germany, 1997

* 2017 Broadway Revival


- Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark 2.0 (OBC)


- Sister Act on Broadway


- Sweet Charity 1986 Broadway Revival (Replacement Cast)


- School of Rock on Broadway:

*12/30/2015

* November 2015

- She Loves Me:

* Reagle Music Theatre

* 1978 TV Movie

* 2016 Broadway Revival

NOTE: Yes, I DID have a BroadwayHD Live Stream version of the 2016 Broadway Revival. It somehow turned into an audio and I cannot find a way to turn it back to a video (If you want the audio, just ask). I am currently SEEKING A REPLACEMENT LINK! So, STAY TUNED! :D


- Side Show:

*OBC

* La Jolla Playhouse (November 2013)


- Shuffle Along, or the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All that Followed on Broadway (2016)


- Something Rotten! on Broadway:

* Preview

* March 2015

* 6/20/2016 (Rob McClure as Nick)

* Replacement Cast

- Something Really Rotten! @ Feinstein’s 54 Below (4-25-2016)


- South Pacific starring Mary Martin - Original 1952 London Production


- Spring Awakening:

* OBC

* Broadway with Lea Michele and Jonathan Groff (AUGUST 18, 2007, 2PM MATINEE)

* Matt Doyle as Otto

* Off-Broadway with Portuguese Subtitles

* OBC, May 18, 2008

* HIGHLIGHTS (Last Broadway Performance of Jonathan Groff & Lea Michele) 

* First National Tour with Original Tour Cast (Christy Altomare, Kimiko Glenn, Anthony Lee Medina & Andy Mientus)

* Deaf West (Broadway & 2 different LA bootlegs)


- Sweeney Todd:

* JJ Pearce Theater

* Broadway with Len Cariou & Angela Lansbury

* Live from Lincoln Center 2014 (Bryn Terfel, Audra McDonald, Erin Mackey & Emma Thompson)

* University of California, San Diego’s Muir 2013 Production

* Live in Concert 2001 with the New York Philharmonic & 2005 Revival Broadway)


T:

- Tick, Tick… BOOM! (Info N/A and Original Off-Broadway Cast)


- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Coming Out of Their Shells Tour (1990 Broadway)


- Thoroughly Modern Millie OBC


- Tarzan on Broadway (July 30, 2006)


- Tarzan Rocks (Animal Kingdom, Walt Disney World)


- Taboo (Broadway, Closing Night)


- The Trail to Oregon!


- Tony Award Ceremonies (1960-2014 ONLY, 1962-1966 MISSING)


- Tony Awards 2017 Red Carpet LIVE with Madam Secretary’s Erich Bergen


- Tuck Everlasting:

* Broadway

* Atlanta


- Thoroughly Modern Millie (Info N/A but I think it’s the original Broadway production)


-  [title of show] OOBC


- Twisted (The Untold Story of a Royal Vizier)


U:

- Urinetown OBC 8-29-01


V:

- Violet (Sutton Foster)


- Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike on Broadway


W:

-Wonderland on Broadway (April 2, 2011)


- War Paint OBC


- Waitress:

* A.R.T.

* Broadway (7/20/2016, 6/14/2016 & 3/30/2016)

* What’s Inside: Songs from Waitress (Sara Bareilles concert)

* May 10, 2017 (AUDIO)

* Sara Bareilles as Jenna

* Betsy Wolfe as Jenna


- The Will Rogers Follies on Broadway


- Wicked:

* Broadway Preview (10/11/2003 with ORIGINAL CAST)

* Stephanie J. Block and Annaleigh Ashford

* Willemijn Verkaik and Katie Rose Clark

* London (4-12-2014) [Matinee[]

* Nicole Parker, Alli Mauzey, Aaron Tveit & Alex Brightman


- Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (Original Broadway Cast)


- The Witches of Eastwick, Original Australian Cast 2003 (Cuts off at 2.07.51, audio restarts 2.07.56)


X:

- Xanadu (OBC)


Welp, you’ve reached the end! I will of course add more things to this list once I receive more things. And once again, I am not accepting requests currently, but if you’d like any of these bootlegs when I start accepting requests again, either message me here on Tumblr OR email me at coolbootlegguy@yahoo.com. :D

6

All of Henry VIII’s six wives were related to each other–and to Henry–by a common ancestor, King Edward I (“Longshanks”). Henry was Edward’s seven- and nine-times great-grandson on his mother’s side and his six-times great-grandson on his father’s, while all of his wives–including the Spanish-born Katherine of Aragon and the German-born Anne of Cleves–were Edward’s seven-, eight-, or nine-times great-granddaughters.*

To the best of my ability, here are the wives’ ancestry dating back to Edward I.

Edward I → Edward II → Edward III → John of Gaunt → Philippa of Lancaster → Infante John of Portugal → Isabel of Portugal → Isabel of Castile → Katherine of Aragon

Edward I → Thomas of Brotherton → Margaret, Duchess of Norfolk → Elizabeth de Segrave → Thomas Mowbray → Margaret Mowbray → John Howard → Thomas Howard → Elizabeth Howard → Anne Boleyn

Edward I → Edward II → Edward III → Lionel, Duke of Clarence → Phillippa of Clarence →  Elizabeth Mortimer → Elizabeth Percy → Mary Clifford → Henry Wentworth → Margaret Wentwoth → Jane Seymour

Edward I → Margaret, Duchess of Brabant → John III of Brabant → Margaret of Brabant → Margaret III of Flanders → John I of Burgundy → Marie of Burgundy → John I, Duke of Cleves → John II, Duke of Cleves → John III, Duke of Cleves → Anne of Cleves

Edward I → Thomas of Brotherton → Margaret, Duchess of Norfolk → Elizabeth de Segrave → Thomas Mowbray → Margaret Mowbray → John Howard → Thomas Howard → Edmund Howard → Kathryn Howard

Edward I → Edward II → Edward III → John of Gaunt → Joan Beaufort → Richard Neville → Alice Neville → Elizabeth FitzHugh → Thomas Parr → Katherine Parr

While Anne Boleyn and Kathryn Howard were famously the most closely related of Henry’s wives as first cousins, (Anne’s mother was a sister of Kathryn’s father), Katherine of Aragon, Jane Seymour, and Katherine Parr all share a closer common ancestor in Edward III, and the first and last of Henry’s Katherines were both descended from John of Gaunt, who was Aragon’s three- and Parr’s four-times great-grandfather, respectively.

It’s also possible that some or all of these women were descended from other members of the English royal family in yet more ways, but these are the lines that I was able to follow. Until very recently I had no idea that all of Henry’s wives, even Anne of Cleves, were related to him; I thought it was kind of wild!

* This may not be the precisely correct terminology, as I’m no genealogist.