We treat the desire to be on Broadway as a competition - as if only a select pool are even allowed to say that’s what they wish for. This makes us lose sight of the truth, that we all have that chance within us, and that we aren’t competition to one another, but peers as the next generation of Broadway performers.
—  a wise thespian 

I LIKE! Looking hot, buying stuff they cannot.

I LIKE! Drinking hard, maxing Dad’s credit card.

I LIKE! Skipping gym, scaring her, screwing him.

I LIKE! Killer clothes, kickin’ nerds in the nose!

have u ever thought “man i hate this character so much. im gonna draw them.” because that’s my feeling with this drawing.

ANYWAYS i worked for like 5 hours on this and it went through multiple bad anatomy phases. which we don’t talk about. enjoy everyone’s least favourite heather in her musical outfit!


RED TEAM - matildasandmormonses

BLUE TEAM - in-the-heights

PINK TEAM - twistedthemusical

GREEN TEAM - ruthiemiles

YELLOW TEAM - jenniferdamianos

Thank you to everyone who applied. If you were not selected, we still love you and loved your creations so we’ll be adding you to a team in the next few days. If you would like to participate, reblog this post by wednesday! On friday, teams will be announced so stay tuned!

somekindoflonelyclown asked:

Wait, can you guys do the signs as songs from Heathers the Musical, or "Dream of ivy covered walls and smokey french cafes" vs. "Fight the urge to strike a match and set this dump ablaze"?


Dream of Ivy Colored Walls and Smoky French Cafés: PISCES, AQUARIUS, Virgo, Cancer, Taurus, Libra


Fight the Urge to Strike a Match and Set this Dump Ablaze: ARIES, Sagittarius, Scorpio, Capricorn, Leo, Gemini


Heather Woods Broderick, Glider

Heather Woods Broderick’s Glider is for the weary. It’s for those who speculate where the time has gone, who hope someday to put their feet on the floor and feel something real, who feel kept in the dark by the ones they love. The record plays like the musical equivalent of an Andrew Wyeth painting: cold and dreary, rooted in an Americana sensibility that’s completely vague in its specific hardships but crystal clear in conveying the sheer lack of company, light, and happiness.

Reviewed 4 P4K. 


Going Backstage with the Cast of Heathers the Musical

“I see the crayons on your spot. Do you get into character as a murdering teenage girl by coloring?”

“Yeah. I think it’s appropriate. Yeah. Teenage girls, you know… They color, right? I think?”

“Yeah. Yeah, they do. Totally. Absolutely.”