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Description of Broadway's  guys voices
  • Leslie Odom Jr.: A red velvet cupcake fresh out of the oven with cream cheese frosting in the middle
  • Lin-Manuel Miranda: That Dragon’s Egg Bath Bomb that just explodes with color when you drop it in the bath water
  • Daveed Diggs: Tap dancing. Just tap dancing but also rapping at the same time
  • Michael Arden: Butterflies in your stomach that are so strong you want to pull a Julie Andrews and start spinning happily in a circle
  • Andy Mientus: Fuzzy socks and hot chocolate by a warm fire with tons of blankets while having a Disney movie marathon
  • Aaron Tveit: The cold side of your pillow that feels oh-so-good in the middle of the night
  • Jeremy Jordan: Dressing in a cute outfit and strutting around while everyone is checking you out and you KNOW you look hot AF
  • Ben Platt: To take a bath with relaxing music and suddenly felt the heat in your body and your cheeks blushing
  • Darren Criss: When you adopt a new puppy, who has been living on the street starving, and now all you wanna do is wrap him in a blanket, cuddle and give him love
  • Jonathan Groff: That one commercial for Coca Cola that they play at Christmas Time that makes everyone laugh,smile, and cry
  • Alex Boniello: When you’re home alone and put on full concert mode very loudly with light, fume and special effects all over the room
My Impressions of Male Broadway Stars

Andrew Rannells: The Pretty Boy™

Jonathan Groff: Cute. Ray of sunshine.

Lin-Manuel Miranda: An excited puppy. Also a ray of sunshine. Must be protected at all costs.

Corey Cott: dashingly handsome. 

Jesse Tyler Ferguson: ginger dad.

Jeremy Jordan: jawline

Ben Platt: Sweet Pup. A literal Bean, everyone loves him.

Mike Faist: a shaggy dog. 

Aaron Tveit: hot damn. his thighs make me w e a k

Chris Jackson: An Actual Dad and the Sweetest Guy Ever.

Leslie Odom Jr.: very classy, velvet voice that makes me feel things.

Christian Borle: Daddy. (have you seen his arms)

How to get into the Holy Trinity: Hamilton, Heathers, and Dear Evan Hansen. Ten easy steps.

Step one: Find out about Hamilton and halfheartedly listen to it.

Step two: This shit is goOD SHIT–

Step three: Coming down from the Hamilton hype a bit and you start listening to your other music again instead of Hamilton. Vulnerable to new musicals.

Step four: Hamilton blogs upload Heathers content. You check it out because you are apparently a musical person so maybe you’ll get into this one?

Step five: HOOOOO MAMA YOU DIDN’T KNOW YOU NEEDED THIS WHY IS VERONICA’S VOICE SO SMOOTH–??

Step six: Start watching Heathers animatics because JD is hot in all of them.

Step seven: You watch a Dear Evan Hansen animatic because it came up on your dash because you watch so many Heathers ones.

Step eight: You listen to Dear Evan Hansen because you’re curious about it now and it seems pretty cool.

Step nine: NOT AGAIN HOLY SHIT

Step ten: Everything is a reference to one of the Holy Trinity. Your obsession has leaked into your every day life. Your friends don’t know you. You don’t know you. What have you become.

typecasting musical theater dudes

musical theater men and the character types they usually play

Jeremy Jordan: earnest but naïve

Andrew Rannells: narcissistic but innocent

Jonathan Groff: innocent but narcissistic also plays straight

Christian Borle: Slightly Unbalanced Man ™ also plays gay

Brian d’Arcy James: suffering everyman

Ben Platt: anxious compulsive liar

Nic Rouleau: Elder Kevin Price

Lin-Manuel Miranda: himself

boys in 2017: send nudes

boys in 1779: Cold in my professions, warm in [my] friendships, I wish, my Dear Laurens, it m[ight] be in my power, by action rather than words, [to] convince you that I love you.

what have musicals done to me?

me: *sees a newspaper* *thinks of newsies* *starts crying*

also me: *hears someone counting in french* *thinks of hamilton* *starts crying*

also me: *sees a tree* *thinks of dear evan hansen* *starts crying*

also me: *hears someone even mutter the words black or red* *thinks of les mis* *starts bawling hysterically*

also me: *hears something about the 2019 wicked film release* *starts crying*

also me: *passes a 7/11* *thinks of heathers* *starts crying*

do you see my problem here?

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group shots

imagine if there was a reprise of The Schuyler Sisters but with Alexander's children

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elizaaaas
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philipppp
wORK WORK
johnnnnn
WORK WORK
jamesss
WORK WORK
william
WORK WORK
aLEXANDER JR
and little phil
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Jordan Fisher feat. Lin-Manuel Miranda - You’re Welcome

(Lin manages to squeeze another 4 bars into his verse compared to the original, by the way.)

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 History has its eyes on you! by PRlNCESS aka Illse.

A collection of Broadway songs that describe historical events, from elections to revolutions.

Featuring songs from: Something Rotten!, Hamilton, The Book of Mormon, Bloody Andrew Jackson, Les Mis, Assasins, Annie Get Your Gun, Newsies, Fiddler on the Roof, Ragtime, Chicago, Bonnie and Clyde, Allegiance, Hairspray, and Miss Saigon.

Sources for the facts are:  Eric Foner, Give Me Liberty: An American History  and Wikipedia. Painting in album is “Battle outside the Hôtel de Ville” by Jean Victor Schnetz

you’ve heard of hamilton the musical, now get ready for

Laurens: a night of dramatic reading of all his super gay letters and art exhibition of turtle drawings