• CINNA:I WOULD GO OFF THE GRID but that would mean I could get on Twitter and then I'd probably die or something equally as dramatic but arguably less depressing
  • CINNA:point is, I really hope you're not doing anything rn because I'm only, like, a block away.
the one where jack made lasagna for rahhhh.
  • EMMA:somebody is clearly pulling out the big guns here.
  • EMMA:how is the wooing going?
  • EMMA:(note that if the wooing is going well, you shouldn't be responding to this for AT LEAST three hours.)

murelay asked:

i remember buying skyrim and staying up for 2-3 days at a time to keep playing. combat was good, something neat to explore or look at was always nearby, and it was just fun even tho the main quest was kind of boring. i played on a daily basis for at least a year, my grades dropped to nothing, and i honestly didn't see my mom for days at a time bc my sleep schedule was so fucked. fo4 has been out for like 3 months and i stopped playing in early january lol. maybe bc of the preset background? idk


THIS is how much skyrim sucked out my life. that many hours. i’m a couple weeks into fallout and i’m not sure if i even want to complete the main quest b/c like…i feel like i’m supposed to care about this child that is my child but i don’t…at least in skyrim it was like…hey…go explore, ur whoever u want to be have fun!!

i still love fallout but…mmm

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Because I know you. I know you’re going to try to get me to go with you because that’s what you always do. I’m making it clear up front.

I had no intentions of asking you to go snorkeling, but if you could do your job and schedule it, that would be wonderful. 

Defying Gravity

DEFYING GRAVITY: the songs of Stephen Schwartz is the world premiere concert production that is set to become the most exciting musical theatre event of 2016.

Stephen Schwartz has won three Academy Awards, four Grammys and four Drama Desk Awards for his work on Broadway hits including Godspell, Pippin and Wicked as well as the Disney movies Pocahontas, The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Enchanted.

This event celebrating this incredible body of work is headlined by two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster (Anything Goes, Thoroughly Modern Millie) and Aaron Tveit (Les Misérables movie, Next To Normal, Catch Me If You Can) who will appear alongside internationally renowned West End star Joanna Ampil (Miss Saigon, Les Misérables, Cats), Helpmann Award winner Helen Dallimore (Blood Brothers, Legally Blonde) and David Harris (Miss Saigon, Legally Blonde) who is returning to Australia for this event. Making a very special guest appearance is Tony Award winning Broadway, TV and film icon Betty Buckley (Cats, Pippin, Sunset Boulevard, Carrie) in her debut Sydney performance.
This thrilling concert includes Stephen Schwartz classics such as Day by Day, Colors of the Wind, When You Believe, Popular, Corner of the Sky, Beautiful City, Meadowlark and, of course, Defying Gravity.

Don’t miss it.

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