lindsay ashford

i don’t even care dogfight is so damn special like the MUSIC and the HARMONIES and the entire STORY are so beautiful and the CHARACTERS all have such depth and emotion and if pretty funny ending the first act doesn’t reduce you to an absolute bawling mess then I don’t even know


g-lindas’ favorite musicals | Dogfight

Twisting lemons into lemonade / You’d be sleeping / You’d be drunk / If you had stayed / And you might miss / Any good that could come after this / First date / Last night / Not quite what you pictured, but alright / So take her out / Give him a shot / Cause people can surprise you…or not / 


For sale/Trade. Please send me an ask if you are interested in anything!

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Newsies Broadway Program

Newsies Tour program

Bullets over Broadway program

Bonnie & Clyde Wanted poster

Jersey Boys Squigs photo

Wicked program insert Eden & Megan

Justin CLynes signed headshot

Laura Osnes signed headshot

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Dogfight playbill signed by the majority of the cast (including Lindsay Mendez, Derek Klena, and Annaleigh Ashford) and the creators (Benj Pasek, Justin Paul, and Peter Duchan)

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 On an Average Day West End programme signed by Woody Harrelson and Kyle McLaughlin

Paul Nolan signed Once Playbill

Motown Playbill signed by the cast

Babyface signed After Midnight playbill

Cait Fairbanks signed Heathers playbill

Dick Latessa signed Hairspray playbill card

Aladdin playbill signed by Adam Jacobs and a few others

If/Then playbill signed by James Snyder, Jenn Colella, Janet Krupin, Jason Tam and Ryann Redmond

Les Miserables Signed Pride playbill by many members of the company

Lion King signed production shot

Rondi Reed signed photo

Book of Mormon signed national tour playbill

Rock of Ages signed Pride playbill

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Mandy Gonzalez signed Elphaba Wicked Production shot

Bryan Cranston Signed All the Way Pride Playbill

Nathaniel Hackmann signed Jean Val Jean u/s slip Les Miserables

Mystery of Edwin Drood playbill signed by closing leads

Arthur Darvill signed photo

Jonathan Freeman signed Jafar photo

Pippin cast recording post card

Nice Work If You Can Get It playbill signed by Jessie Mueller & Blythe Danner

Patina Miller signed Pippin playbill

If/Then playbill signed by Jackie Burns, LaChanze, and James Synder

Annaleigh Ashford signed Kinky Boots Cd cover

Newsies Opening Night Playbill

Lindsay Mendez signed Everyday Rapture playbill

Jesse Tyler Fergusen & 1 other signed Spelling Bee photo

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Wicked Playbill Signed by Lindsay Mendez, Tiffany Haas, Adam Grupper, Derek Klena, and Michael Wartella

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Souvenir Programs Available for trade/sale

- One Man, Two Guvnors

- How to Succeed in Business without really trying

- Rent

- Million Dollar Quartet

- Rock of Ages signed by Dan Domenech, Rebecca Faulkenberry, Michele Mais, and 1 other

- Lion King 

- Beauty and the Beast

- Addams Family

Clybourne Park

Rocky Horror Show

View From the Bridge

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Rent coffee table book

Les Mis coffee table book

Wicked pop up book

Playbill Vol. 2 Yearbook

Jekyll & Hyde program

Sister Act program

Slava’s Snowshow program

Mamma Mia program

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Newsies Mini Flyer

Bullets Over Broadway mini flyer


I need your help you guys.

I always thought the young adult Broadway-loving community was so cool because everyone’s so passionate and vocal and supportive and guess what I just learned? We’re INVISIBLE.

This month I’ve heard over and over from a few established people in the entertainment industry that BROADWAY IS ONLY A MARKET FOR PEOPLE IN THEIR 50’S AND YOUNG ADULTS DON’T CARE FOR MUSICAL THEATRE.

Cleeeearrrrllllyyyy, this is false. My best friend and I are trying to do something awesome for all of us young lovers of the theatre but I need to prove that this community is alive and well. Please REBLOG (don’t repost as I can’t trace it haha) and have our voices heard!

“And the die is cast,
and the torch is passed,
and the roar wil rise,
from the streets below,
and our ranks will grow and grow and grow and so
the world will feel the fire and finally know!”

I’m 17 years old and I LOVE BROADWAY.


Well, it depends on what you mean by “friend”.  I did know her. That is, our paths did cross…at school. But you must understand, it was a long time ago and we were both very young.