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Musicals Renamed
  • "Chicago" - *Vigorous jazz hands*
  • "A Funny Thing...the Forum" - Rome has too many fucking foothills.
  • "Hair" - Rapunzel ain't got nothing on me.
  • "Hello, Dolly!" - Meninism, the Musical.
  • "Jersey Boys" - Three Seasons and a Castrato.
  • "Les Mis" - You can never have too many chairs.
  • "The Lion King" - Meanwhile, in Africa.
  • "The Music Man" - The more you know...
  • "Phantom of the Opera" - Luv u 5ever
  • "Pippin" - Stoners doing magic tricks.
  • "Sweeney Todd" -Bite the Hand that Feeds You
  • Any More? Add your own!

“His hair was something that we tried to make look worse…”

“And we could not.”

“We could not…It’s incredible.”

“Oh yeah. You can’t make it bad.”

“You can’t make it bad. And we kept saying ‘a preacher wouldn’t have hair that looks that nice’ and he’d be like ‘oh uh, I’ll try to make it look worse’–IT’S IMPOSSIBLE.”

“And to this day, I wish it looked worse but…that’s the one thing we had to give up to get him on this show.”

“Yeah, he’s such a good actor that it’s worth putting up with his perfect hair.”

((The Preacher pilot director’s commentary is really informative you guys. It’s chock-full of very important facts about Dominic Cooper’s beautiful hair, daydreams about having hair as beautiful as Dominic Cooper, speculation about how much you would net if you sold Dominic Cooper’s entire head of beautiful hair…just super crucial stuff.))

@alyciajasmin: Thank you to those who banded together to create an incredible and inspiring character. She could have never burst into fruition without such a flux of creativity, passion and collaboration that extends greater than a singular autonomy of my own.

To the writers, directors, crew - hair, makeup, costumes, stunts, actors and Jason who helped me capture her essence. Thank you to all the fans for bringing her further to life, your passion is everything. It has been an honour to portray her. To envelop myself in her skin. To be given the freedom to represent a moment in our cultural and social zeitgeist - she has left a great imprint on me.

I will miss her. May we meet again.

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Behind the Scenes of Little Mix’s ‘Hair’

To see more from Little Mix, check out @littlemix on Instagram. For more music stories, head to @music.

For their new music video, “Hair,” the members of Little Mix (@jadeameliabadwi, @leigh_love_life, @jesymix14, @perrieeele) had a couple of secret weapons: a Pomeranian named Hatchi and a pug named Harvey. “The dogs are mine and Leigh-Anne’s,” says singer Jade Thirlwall.

For the video, the X Factor alums looked to match the message of the song, which is all about a boy who isn’t treating you right. “In the video Leigh finds out that her man is cheating so she rings us girls and we come over and have the best night ever,” says Jade. Commence pizza eating, singing into hairbrushes and sliding across the floor in socks. Adds Jesy Nelson, “Usually we do really dancey videos or are on a massive set but this one is quite chilled.” You can check out more shenanigans in the behind-the-scenes clip here.

––Instagram @music

Thank you to those who banded together to create an incredible and inspiring character. She could have never burst into fruition without such a flux of creativity, passion and collaboration that extends greater than a singular autonomy of my own.

To the writers, directors, crew - hair, makeup, costumes, stunts, actors and Jason who helped me capture her essence. Thank you to all the fans for bringing her further to life, your passion is everything. It has been an honour to portray her. To envelop myself in her skin. To be given the freedom to represent a moment in our cultural and social zeitgeist - she has left a great imprint on me.

I will miss her. May we meet again.
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—  Alycia on Instagram (x)
Drama Stereotypes

Costumers: Masters of sass. Also- fed up with actors’ bullshit.

Props: Chill, like super chill. Until actors fuck something up. Low-key amazing.

Lights: Pretty shy unless they’re with other lights people, then they go crazy.

Sound: Mature, usually hanging out with older people. Mysterious?

Grips: Technically they have to be quiet, but they fucking rock black. Calm under pressure.

Stage Managers/Directors: Bossy, but that’s in the job description. You might think they’re sarcastic, but you can never really be sure.

Hair/Makeup: Literally all they want is for actors to fucking hold still and not to touch their head.

Publicity: What even are you?

Starring Roles: Welcome to superiority complex city. But, on the other hand, they’re usually super sweet and not aware of how condescending they are.

Chorus or Supporting Roles: Usually humble and grateful, but can also be verrrrryyyyyyyy bitter.

Audience: ALL THESE PEOPLE DON’T GET ALONG FOR MONTHS FOR YOU TO THROW YOUR PROGRAMS AND SHIT ALL OVER THE FLOOR