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.