the drowsy chaperone

Renamed Musicals:
  • American Idiot:Broadway Goes Punk Rock The Musical
  • Book of Mormon:How Many People Can We Offend The Musical
  • Cabaret:Plot Twist The Musical
  • Cats:Don't. Stop Right There. The Musical
  • Chicago:What Red Lipstick Sounds Like The Musical
  • The Drowsy Chaperone:Man in Chair Needs A Hug The Musical
  • A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder:Murdering Your Family Helps You Get Laid Twice as Much The Musical
  • Hedwig and the Angry Inch:Glitter and Feelings The Musical
  • Into the Woods:If You Want Happy Endings Stop After Act 1 The Musical
  • Les Miserables:All His Friends Are Dead The Musical
  • The Lion King:Nants Ingonyama Bagithi Baba The Musical
  • Newsies:Broadway Equivalent of a Boy Band The Musical
  • Next to Normal:We Put the FUN in Dysfunctional The Musical
  • The Phantom of the Opera:How Has This Creepy Fucking Show Lasted 3000 Years The Musical
  • Rent:Mark Will Forever Be Alone The Musical
  • Rock of Ages:Isn't One Time More Than Enough... The Musical
  • Side Show:American Horror Story Freak Show The Musical
  • Shrek:You Thought It'd Be Bad But It's Actually Great The Musical
  • The Sound of Music:You Can't Top Julie Andrews So Stop Trying The Musical
  • Spring Awakening:Sexual Frustration The Musical
  • Violet:No One Ever Actually Says She's Beautiful and I'm Mad!?! The Musical
  • Wicked:Elphaba Thropp is Really Fucking Important The Musical [ps gelphie]

badass alto songs [x]
a long list of songs that don’t go higher than a c. because who needs high notes? (requested by getdrunk-singshowtunes and longlivenightvale)

maybe this time (cabaret) // buddie beware (anything goes) // hold on (the secret garden) // i want to go to hollywood (grand hotel) // a trip to the library (she loves me) // the ladies who lunch (company) // day by day (godspell) // always true to you in my fashion (kiss me kate) // i’m going back (bells are ringing) // he’s the wizard (the wiz) // muqin (thoroughly modern millie) // last midnight (into the woods) // days of plenty (little women) // a little less conversation (all shook up) // as we stumble along (the drowsy chaperone) // there are worse things i could do (grease) // calm (ordinary days) // ireland (legally blonde) // send in the clowns (a little night music) // like it was (merrily we roll along) // no time at all (pippin) // stepsister’s lament (cinderella)

soprano | tenor | bass

STEP IN TIME : musicals with tap numbers are infinitely better so here are a few for your ears

// 1. Forget About the Boy - Thoroughly Modern Millie // 2. I Can Do That - A Chorus Line // 3. Cold Feets - The Drowsy Chaperone // 4. Cinderella, Darling - How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying // 5. Bottom’s Gonna Be On Top - Something Rotten! // 6. Good Morning - Singin’ In The Rain // 7. Morning Person (Live) - Shrek The Musical // 8. King Of New York - Newsies // 9. Turn It Off - The Book Of Mormon // 10. We’re In The Money - 42nd Street // 11. You Won’t Succeed On Broadway - Spamalot // 12. Something Rotten!/Make An Omelette - Something Rotten! // 13. Anything Goes - Anything Goes // 14. I Got Rhythm - Crazy For You // 15. Puttin’ On The Ritz - Young Frankenstein // 16. Step In Time (Live) - Mary Poppins // 17. 42nd Street - 42nd Street // 18. Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life - Spamalot // 19. A Musical - Something Rotten! // 20. Expressing Yourself - Billy Elliot // 21. The Speed Test - Thoroughly Modern Millie //


the essential sutton foster playlist - two-time tony award winner sutton foster singing her signature songs

down with love - an evening with sutton foster // blow, gabriel, blow - anything goes // show off - the drowsy chaperone // morning person - shrek the musical // there’s nothing rougher than love - jule styne in hollywood // better - little women // jimmy - thoroughly modern millie // roll in the hay - young frankenstein // all to pieces - violet // i want to go to hollywood - the maury yeston songbook // once upon a time - wish // anyone can whistle // being alive - an evening with sutton foster // i get a kick out of you - anything goes // bride’s lament - the drowsy chaperone // i know it’s today - shrek the musical // listen to your heart - young frankenstein // lay down your head - violet // always - keys: the music of scot alan // flight - wish // gimme gimme - thoroughly modern millie // astonishing - little women //


The Most Relatable Character in Musical Theatre
  • Man in Chair:Whenever I feel like this -- blue -- I like to listen to my music.
  • Man in Chair:What kind of society do we live in that we can't discuss the similarities between musical theatre and pornography?
  • Man in Chair:Unless you find dancers intimidating. Which I do, but for reasons which would not be appropriate to this situation.
  • Man in Chair:Try to ignore the lyrics.
  • Man in Chair:But you don't care because you're going to see a Broadway show!
  • Man in Chair:I love this part -- she's having a complete mental breakdown!
  • Man in Chair:Oh, I love it so much! I know it's not a perfect show […] but it does what a musical is supposed to do! It takes you to another world and it gives you a little tune to carry in your head for when you’re feeling blue.

musical alphabetD - Drowsy Chaperone

I know it is not a perfect show, the spit-take scene is lame and the monkey motif is labored, but it does what a musical is supposed to do! It takes you to another world and it gives you a little tune to carry in your head for when you’re feeling blue, you know? As we stumble along on life’s funny journey. As we stumble along into the blue.

The second act is the reason I have trust issues.