this is not love- the unhealthy and unhappy relationships of musical theatre
the party goes with you - 35mm: a musical exhibition // the right girl - follies // the guilty ones - spring awakening // the great compromise - bloody bloody andrew jackson // the little things you do together - company // poor monty - a gentleman’s guide to love and murder // this is not love - lizzie // maybe i like it this way - the wild party // what is it about her? - the wild party // in love with you - first date // you belong to me - murder ballad // ever after - bare: a pop opera // dividing day - the light in the piazza // could i leave you? - follies // the ladies who lunch - company // we do not belong together - sunday in the park with george // why stay? / a promise - next to normal // nobody needs to know - the last five years // the i love you song - the 25th annual putnam county spelling bee //
the right girl- the men of broadway singing about the women they’ve fallen in and out of love with
shiksa goddess - the last five years // what do i need with love - thoroughly modern millie // someone is waiting - company // bonnie - bonnie and clyde // the right girl - follies // what is it about her? - the wild party // how it ends - big fish // il mondo era vuoto - the light in the piazza // easy to love anything goes // some girls - once on this island // her voice - the little mermaid // your eyes - rent // i’ve been - next to normal // thank god she’s blind - the toxic avenger // unchained melody - ghost the musical // it all fades away - the bridges of madison county
THERE WILL NOW BE A FIFTEEN MINUTE INTERMISSION - LISTEN
Some of the best act-closing numbers from musicals.
one day more - les miserables / a light in the dark - next to normal / i remember how those boys could dance - carrie the musical / sante fe - newsies / this time next year - sunset boulevard / who i’d be - shrek the musical / our love is god - heathers / pretty funny - dogfight / now (it’s just the gas) - little shop of horrors / i’ve never been in love before - guys and dolls / bring it on - bring it on / defying gravity - wicked / ever after - into the woods / i believe - spring awakening / man up - the book of mormon / to dance again - a very potter musical / quintet - west side story / happy ending - twisted / i am what i am - la cage aux folles / so much better - legally blonde / there’s a fine, fine line - avenue q / this world will remember us - bonnie and clyde / marry me a little - company / the book report - you’re a good man, charlie brown / bottom’s gonna be on top - something rotten! / everything’s coming up roses - gypsy / status quo - starship / a little priest - sweeney todd / pinball wizard - the who’s tommy / non-stop - hamilton
catch me i’m falling //
songs from the stage for those theatre kids who can’t remember how to be okay
before the lobotomy/extraordinary girl - american idiot // without you - RENT // see i’m smiling - the last five years // everything else - next to normal // quiet - matilda the musical // how did we come to this? - the wild party // days and days - fun home // no more - into the woods // as long as he needs me - oliver! // i dreamed a dream - les miserables // touch me - spring awakening // lifeboat - heathers the musical // i miss the mountains - next to normal // the moon - once the musical // drink with me - les miserables / 21 guns - american idiot // say it to me now - once the musical // light (finale) - next to normal
carrying the banner, newsies || merry christmas maggie thatcher, billy elliot || when you’re an addams, the addams family || time warp, the rocky horror show || la vie boheme, rent || light, next to normal || do you hear the people sing, les misérables || skid row, little shop of horrors || aquarius, hair || candy store, heathers || once and for all, newsies || populism yea yea, bloody bloody andrew jackson || holiday, american idiot || one more angel in heaven, joseph and the amazing technicolor dreamcoat || song of purple summer, spring awakening || 96,000, in the heights || magic to do || pippin ||cell block tango, chicago || oh the things you can think, seussical: the musical || our family tree, catch me if you can || brotherhood of man, how to succeed in business without really trying || spooky mormon hell dream, book of mormon || tradition, the fiddler on the roof || solidarity, billy elliot
what kind of girl is she?- a collection of duets and trios sung by females
take me or leave me - rent // best friend - the wild party // what kind of girl is she? - [title of show] // perfect strangers - the mystery of edwin drood // impossible - cinderella // if momma was married - gypsy // i do miracles - kiss of the spider woman // statues and stories - the light in the piazza // you love who you love- bonnie and clyde // we’re not done - bring it on: the musical // candy store - heathers: the musical // caitlyn and haley - edges // fran and janie - is there life after high school? // maybe (next to normal) - next to normal // unsuspecting hearts- carrie: the musical // dogfight - dogfight // what the fuck now, lizzie?- lizzie // i will never leave you - side show // flying away - fun home //
Warnings: Mentions of cheating, cruel remarks, angst, smoking
Word Count: 847
Summary: You meet Sebastian outside a bar after some pretty terrible news
You met him outside the bar, in the area around the corner designated for the smokers.
You’d gone out there to clear your head a little from the compressing noise inside, having just found out the hard way that your boyfriend of three years had been cheating on you for at least the last year and a half. Your friends had tried to console you, offering to get you so drunk you wouldn’t have been able to remember what his face looked like, but you’d declined. You told them you just needed a minute and slipped outside for a smoke, no longer able to keep the tears at bay.
Now you were leaning back against the brick wall, one of your hands covering your mouth to muffle the sounds of your sobbing while the other held an already forgotten about cigarette. “Excuse me?” The voice made you jump, your eyes widening as you wiped some of your tears off your cheek. “Would I be able to borrow a lighter?”
You nodded your head, handing it over without a word. You could tell by the expression on his face that he probably didn’t need the lighter, having come over just because he’d seen you crying. You appreciated the fact he hadn’t asked what was wrong, instead choosing to lean up against the wall next to you, lighting up his own smoke. “I don’t normally look like this,” You blurted out once the silence had gotten too much for you. The man cocked one of his eyebrows, a smile tugging at the corner of his lips as he sucked in a drag. “You know, a real hot mess. Well I mean apparently I never look as good as I think I do and I’m nothing more than average but what I mean is I don’t normally have mascara running down my face.”
You’re not entirely sure why you just repeated all your ex’s harsh words at this man, someone you’d never met before in your life, but there was something good about getting it off your chest. They’d been tugging painfully at your heart strings ever since you’d walked into the bar and saw another woman’s lips attached to his. She was beautiful, but you weren’t surprised by that, your ex had always had a want for the finer things in life and why should his mistress be anything less.
You’d been suspecting it for a while now but having it flaunted right in your face hurt more than you would have ever admitted; having him mock your insecurities and using them as excuses as to why he had cheated in the first place left you feeling practically worthless.
Synopsis: The title says it all. Jungkook makes your planned roadtrip to Busan a bit messy.
A/N: Jungkook…. has got me feeling some type of ways, so I HAD to write this. I originally intended to post this as one whole scenario but that’d be too long I guess. Anyways, I promise that after I posting the next part of this story I will continue with The Four Elements lgkjaggalksjh. I just…. needed a way to get my feelings straight….. I’m a mess.
the feeling of the fresh summer breeze coming in contact with the soft skin on
your face, the wind causing your hair to wave in the air, your eyes closed as
you let the breeze calm you down.
were your favorite thing, and it became kind of your own tradition to do a city
roadtrip every summer. You did not know exactly when it started, but every year
around July, you found yourself driving in your cabriolet to random cities,
enjoying every single unique element that each city in your country had,
eventually taking pictures with your polaroid, the memories captured forever,
just in one single picture.
I Can’t Really Explain It- Why talk about what’s going on when you can simply express your feelings via an expertly orchestrated musical number?
Electricity- Billy Elliot//Dyin’ Ain’t So Bad- Bonnie & Clyde//Aldonza- Man of La Mancha//You Oughta Be Here With Me- Big River//Always Better- The Bridges of Madison County//Heaven on Their Minds- Jesus Christ Superstar//Any Moment/Moments in the Woods- Into the woods//Changing My Major- Fun Home//How Could I Ever Know- The Secret Garden//Invisible- Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown//Your Daddy’s Son- Ragtime//You Don’t Know- Next to Normal//I am the One- Next to Normal//Say it Somehow- The Light in the Piazza