non theatre

  • burr: after the war i went back to new york
  • hamilton: damn thats what i did too, how can i make it sound cooler???
  • hamilton: A-AFTER the war i went bACK to nEW York

psychic: *reads my mind*

my mind: look arOUnd look arOUnd at how lucky we are to be aliiive right nowHELPLEEESSSS they are asking me to leadLOOK AROUND isn’t this enough he will never be satisfiedWHat would be enOUGH he will never (to be) satisfied sATISfied satisfIIIhISTORY HAS ITS EYEEEEESSWHY do you assume you’re the smartest in the room why do you assume you’re the smartest in theNON-STOP he will never be satisfiedBE ENOUGH satisfiedsatisfiiiiiedWHY do you assume you’re the smartest in theNON-STOP do you write like HISTORY HAS IT EYEEESSSS ON YOUUUU i am NOT throwing away my JUST YOU WAIT i am NOT throwing away my JUST YOU WAIT i am alexander hAMILTON HAMILTON JUST YOU WAIIIITT I AM NOT THROWING AWAY MY SHOT!!!!!!!!

psychic: what the fuck

when non-musical theatre people try to analyze musicals and movie musicals… they try to be sooo clever but they’re not. we get it, doug, people in real life don’t burst into song and fall in love so quickly. just let me enjoy patti lupone screaming into my face


So this is asiantheatre’s first Asian American / Pacific Islander heritage month and we thought it would be cool to open up submissions for followers of the blog to talk about their own experiences in the theatre!

You can share your: pictures, videos, stories, etc of you yourself working/performing in the theatre or your experience as a fan!


  1. must be following @asiantheatre
  2. must be asian and/or pacific islander (non american asians/pacific islanders included!!!)
  3. reblog this post
  4. go here to submit your post

Your post will be queued along on the blog so make sure you’re comfortable having others see your post! (Feel free to #dontrb :))

We’d love to hear stories about your experiences in the theatre! 

non-asians are okay to rb 💕

Here’s your Drarry theatre kid au

Harry sighed and walked in through the doors of the theatre. Rehearsals could drag on and on, but nothing was quite as bad as tech week. Luckily for him, tech week was for seventeen whole days! They had already been rehearsing for four days, so they had done a stumble through and worked in the space. It was a Saturday, so they’d be there for seven hours. Nobody could really do anything to change it, as the department at his school had decided to rent out a fairly large space, with nearly a thousand seats for sale. Also, the director, Prof. Sirius Black, was his godfather, so it would be absurd to call in sick.

He was a chorus member in their production of The Little Mermaid. Being a chorus member in the cast of this show meant he was a sea creature, a sailor, a “mer-person”, and a member of the “royal court”. Because of this, he was on stage all the fUCKING TIME. To make matters worse, all of his friends were never near him or off-stage with him. Hermione was Ursula, Ginny played Ariel, Ron was Sebastian, Neville was, surprisingly, Prince Eric, and even the Weasley twins played Scuttle and a gull (nobody was sure who played which). For a big ballroom scene, his partner was Luna Lovegood, which was nice, but that only lasted for around five minutes. For most of the numbers, he was near obnoxious girls or bloody rich prats, like Malfoy or Zabini. 

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Look at this. Look at this! Sure, it’s just a short tap dance, but think about what it stands for. This man is a tap dancer, in a time where the media does not focus on tap dancers like it used to. But La La Land came out, a movie musical with tap dancing. And now this man is tap dancing, following his dream, and doing an excellent job at it. The message of La La Land is for all these dreamers to keep dreaming. But not only to dream, but to work for your dream. Skills like these should not be overlooked. So many films these days are just too intense or serious, but with little work for the performance. Where are the hours of dedication? This man sure as the sun did not learn tap dancing that day. He was probably practicing it for years, or weeks at the very least (not this particular number of course, this was improvised). But that’s just the point! He developed his skill to the point where he could improvise and still look good! Slowly, this kind of live talent is shifting back into popularity. But, even with the success of Hamilton, not everyone knows about Lin-Manuel Miranda’s impressive ability for rap improv. Skills like these take time, and the products should be highly praised. It’s a building process. Thank you, La La Land.

ID #57313

Name: Atlas
Age: 16
Country: USA

Hi! Recently i haven’t had anyone to talk to and i’ve become very lonely so i would really enjoy having someone to talk to. I would only be able to message over the internet but i thought i’d use this to find someone. I’m nonbinary and use they/them pronouns. I love musical theatre, disney movies and cartoons. I love to read and I’m a ravenclaw! i’m an i/enfp and an ambivert. I would really enjoy getting to know someone.

Preferences: i prefer to talk to people of the ages 15-17. any gender as fine as long as you’re not a bigot


Ya fav art girl is non-stop writing words from Hamilton ⭐️