SNM 59 02/26/2017

Macbeth: Erik Abbott-Main
Lady Macbeth: Annie Rigney
Macduff: Austin Dale Tyson
Lady Macduff: Andrea Farley Simota
Duncan: Phil Atkins
Malcolm: Adam Griffith
Banquo: Amadi Washington
Bald Witch: Isabel Umali
Boy Witch: Steven Apicello
Sexy Witch: Evelyn Chen
Hecate: Jackie Schram
Porter: Louis Butelli
Agnes Naismith: Kristen Stuart
Danvers: Risa Steinberg
Speakeasy: Brendan Duggan
Fulton: Sam Asa Pratt
Taxi: Parker Murphy
Matron: Chelsey Ng
Nurse: Debra Zalkind
6th Floor Nurse: Kerri Sohn
Man in Bar: Paul Corning
Woman in Bar: Tina Mitchell / Kate Douglas

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To celebrate the start of 2017, I give you the Modern Male Witch Bathroom! I’ve been casually working on this for weeks and I finally finished the animation today.

This is an older version of the flower witch boy I designed a while ago. I thought he would fit nicely in this setting. He is now a plant/crystal/water witch <3

This is the second piece in my Modern Male Witch Project.

Available as print on Society6

gay witch boys protecting their boyfriends when they go out

gay witch boys drawing sigils on their boyfriends arms for good luck

gay witch boys using spells to get the attention of a cute boy

gay witch boys introducing their boyfriends to their familiars

gay witch boys cursing people who are mean to their boyfriends

gay witch boys lighting candles and incense on their dates

gay witch boys decorating the house with their boyfriend for samhain

gay witch boys cursing homophobes at pride parades

gay witch boys who do rituals together

gay witch boys giving each other tarot and pendulum readings

gay witch boys being gay and witchy together  👬 ✨


the chronicles of narnia by c.s lewis

“I wrote this story for you, but when I began it I had not realized that girls grow quicker than books. As a result you are already too old for fairy tales, and by the time it is printed and bound you will be older still. But some day you will be old enough to start reading fairy tales again. You can then take it down from some upper shelf, dust it, and tell me what you think of it. I shall probably be too deaf to hear, and too old to understand a word you say, but I shall still be. ― your affectionate Godfather, C. S. Lewis.”