what I once used to dream, i now dread.
if he finds me it won’t ever end.
If you want to be constantly bothered with random facts about broadway we should definitely be friends
So this one time when I was a little boy my dad took me to the city to see this marching band and then he was all "when you grow up will you be the savior of the broken beaten and damned" and I was like wtf are you talking about I'm 7
once i told my mama “we all go to hell” she slapped me and said “damn right you are”
How To Deal With A Crush
Okay so Tyler Oakley just reblogged my post and I don’t know how to carry on with my life what is happening
cute things to call your girlfriend:
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7. pour into pan
8. preheat to 375°
I wish the Broadway fandom was as big as, oh the Superwholock fandom, then when January rolls around, we could get all those “Hey Broadway fandom, you guys okay?” posts. Because no, we are not okay.
- Audition Coaches: It can't be from anything currently on Broadway
- Audition Coaches: It also can't be from Les Mis, Next to Normal, Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Last Five Years, or Rent.
- Audition Coaches: It also can't be something anyone who's famous on Broadway has ever sung... like Kristen Chenoweth, Patti Lupone, Sutton Foster, Idina Menzel, or anyone else you've ever heard of.
- Audition Coaches: But make sure it's a recent song.
- Audition Coaches: It'd probably be good if you picked something no one knows.
- Audition Coaches: But make sure they know the song, so they don't get confused.
- Audition Coaches: Anything in the last 4 years that's been popular is over done.
- Audition Coaches: You should actually probably just write a song, that way you know it's not overdone.
- Audition Coaches: But make sure it sounds like another song so the judges don't get distracted.