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You are not a fake fan if you only like the movies

You are not a fake fan if you only like the books

You are not a fake fan if you only like the TV show

You are not a fake fan if you don’t want to rewatch

You are not a fake fan if you don’t want to reread

You are not a fake fan if you are not active in the fandom

You are not a fake fan if you don’t buy merch

You are not a fake fan if you don’t go to cons

You are not a fake fan if you dislike the actors/authors

You are not a fake fan if you skip episodes

You are not a fake fan if you skip chapters

You are not a fake fan if you don’t ship the main ship

You are not a fake fan if you dislike the characters

You are not a fake fan if you only watch/read to get a taste of LGBT+ representation

The only thing that makes you a ‘fake fan’ is if you pretend to like something for someone else’s benefit

Yes dating me comes with lots of snuggles and love, with but it also comes with my screeching of broadway musicals at 2am, but hey what a catch

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The most special moment for me in my entire Hamilton run was the moment I came downstage and turned to the three guys and sang, “Raise a glass to freedom, something they can never take away no matter what they tell you” and the audience roared at that line and clapped. That had never happened before. That right there was the moment I said, “Everything’s going to be alright and we’re all in this together, no matter who the president is, and we can never forget that.” - Anthony Ramos

the opposite of “pulling a jkr” (re dumbledore) is pulling a black sails. the main character is gay. there’s a lesbian. and another one. and another one. and a bi woman. even the extras are gay. you thought there’d be straight people? think again bitch

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these r bad, but there u go 👌

Happy New Year, Broadway fans!!

In 2018…

May all your favorite shows stay open and have a wonderful run.

May your bootlegs be high-quality and free of audience members blocking the camera.

May your favorite Broadway actors appear in movies and TV shows.

May you make amazing new friends through mutual theater fandoms.

May the 2018 Tonys be less stressful than 2017′s (and be hosted by a less terrible human being).

May the casts you love post content that makes you smile on hard days.

May you fall in love with new shows and new actors, and fall in love with your old favorites all over again.

May good things happen to your favorite actors.

May they like your posts on social media.

May Nic Rouleau stay in The Book of Mormon. (Forever.)

May the understudies you adore finally get the appreciation and big opportunities they deserve.

May you realize that the Broadway community wouldn’t be the same without you.