"Does anybody still wear a hat?"
Elaine Stritch, Feb. 2nd 1925 - July 17th 2014. 
Hats off to ya!

"Does anybody still wear a hat?"
Elaine Stritch, Feb. 2nd 1925 - July 17th 2014. 
Hats off to ya!

"Does anybody still wear a hat?"

Elaine Stritch, Feb. 2nd 1925 - July 17th 2014. 

Hats off to ya!

These numbers refer to the number of performances (not including previews) in the show’s original Broadway run.

more-red-more-blue-more-beer:

  • A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum: 964
  • Anyone Can Whistle: 9
  • Company: 705
  • Follies: 522
  • A Little Night Music: 601
  • Pacific Overtures: 193
  • Sweeney Todd: 557
  • Merrily We Roll Along: 16
  • Sunday In The Park With George: 604
  • Into The Woods: 765
  • Passion: 280

Total: 5,216

  • Mamma Mia: 5,279

No

dawnawakened:

Carl Melegari, Eligio/Adalberto (2013)

"Melegari’s work is very arresting. His paintings arguably focus just as much on the medium of paint, and how it reacts with the surface, as they do on the subject of the painting. Through the veils of layers, achieved by continuously accumulating and scraping back the paint, a figure emerges as if to suggest how the sitter itself has become enveloped and partly obscured by the energy of the paint. It is an intoxicating technique that gives great intensity to his subject." - Tail of Wood
dawnawakened:

Carl Melegari, Eligio/Adalberto (2013)

"Melegari’s work is very arresting. His paintings arguably focus just as much on the medium of paint, and how it reacts with the surface, as they do on the subject of the painting. Through the veils of layers, achieved by continuously accumulating and scraping back the paint, a figure emerges as if to suggest how the sitter itself has become enveloped and partly obscured by the energy of the paint. It is an intoxicating technique that gives great intensity to his subject." - Tail of Wood
dawnawakened:

Carl Melegari, Eligio/Adalberto (2013)

"Melegari’s work is very arresting. His paintings arguably focus just as much on the medium of paint, and how it reacts with the surface, as they do on the subject of the painting. Through the veils of layers, achieved by continuously accumulating and scraping back the paint, a figure emerges as if to suggest how the sitter itself has become enveloped and partly obscured by the energy of the paint. It is an intoxicating technique that gives great intensity to his subject." - Tail of Wood
dawnawakened:

Carl Melegari, Eligio/Adalberto (2013)

"Melegari’s work is very arresting. His paintings arguably focus just as much on the medium of paint, and how it reacts with the surface, as they do on the subject of the painting. Through the veils of layers, achieved by continuously accumulating and scraping back the paint, a figure emerges as if to suggest how the sitter itself has become enveloped and partly obscured by the energy of the paint. It is an intoxicating technique that gives great intensity to his subject." - Tail of Wood
dawnawakened:

Carl Melegari, Eligio/Adalberto (2013)

"Melegari’s work is very arresting. His paintings arguably focus just as much on the medium of paint, and how it reacts with the surface, as they do on the subject of the painting. Through the veils of layers, achieved by continuously accumulating and scraping back the paint, a figure emerges as if to suggest how the sitter itself has become enveloped and partly obscured by the energy of the paint. It is an intoxicating technique that gives great intensity to his subject." - Tail of Wood

dawnawakened:

Carl Melegari, Eligio/Adalberto (2013)

"Melegari’s work is very arresting. His paintings arguably focus just as much on the medium of paint, and how it reacts with the surface, as they do on the subject of the painting. Through the veils of layers, achieved by continuously accumulating and scraping back the paint, a figure emerges as if to suggest how the sitter itself has become enveloped and partly obscured by the energy of the paint. It is an intoxicating technique that gives great intensity to his subject." - Tail of Wood

fer1972:

Collages by Joe Webb
fer1972:

Collages by Joe Webb
fer1972:

Collages by Joe Webb
fer1972:

Collages by Joe Webb
fer1972:

Collages by Joe Webb

fer1972:

Collages by Joe Webb
A message from jaylanun
the feeling when you step on a really crunchy leaf

the most satisfying.

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She seems so cool, so focused, so quiet, yet her eyes remain fixed upon the horizon. You think you know all there is to know about her immediately upon meeting her, but everything you think you know is wrong. Passion flows through her like a river of blood.

She only looked away for a moment, and the mask slipped, and you fell. All your tomorrows start here.

"
Neil Gaiman, Fragile Things: Short Fictions and Wonders (via observando)

But he’s never really there / Seeing all the parts and none of the whole / You want him even more / But the way she catches light… / And you drown inside his eyes… / And the color of her hair… / I could look at her/him forever.

But he’s never really there / Seeing all the parts and none of the whole / You want him even more / But the way she catches light… / And you drown inside his eyes… / And the color of her hair… / I could look at her/him forever.

But he’s never really there / Seeing all the parts and none of the whole / You want him even more / But the way she catches light… / And you drown inside his eyes… / And the color of her hair… / I could look at her/him forever.

But he’s never really there / Seeing all the parts and none of the whole / You want him even more / But the way she catches light… / And you drown inside his eyes… / And the color of her hair… / I could look at her/him forever.

But he’s never really thereSeeing all the parts and none of the whole / You want him even more But the way she catches light… / And you drown inside his eyes…And the color of her hair… / I could look at her/him forever.

I have been sick and gross and looking like a solid 3.5 out of 10 all day today so if I am feeling better tomorrow I am going to look absolutely adorable

I mean I’m going all out, eyeliner and all

Laura Osnes is a woman after my own heart
Laura Osnes is a woman after my own heart
Laura Osnes is a woman after my own heart
Laura Osnes is a woman after my own heart

Laura Osnes is a woman after my own heart

playbills-and-ticket-stubs:

Playbills-and-ticket-stubs so very Heathers playbill giveaway! 

So I was lucky enough to see Heathers the musical and got extra copies for our lovely fans because we hit 100 followers! 
We have 3 signed playbills and 4 not signed.

There will be 7 lucky winners! 

Rules: 
Reblogs only. 
Must follow playbills-and-ticket-stubs
Reblog as much as you want! 
Have fun because this contest is for you!

We will be putting the URLs on paper in a hat (super old school over here)

Deadline is August 8th!
playbills-and-ticket-stubs:

Playbills-and-ticket-stubs so very Heathers playbill giveaway! 

So I was lucky enough to see Heathers the musical and got extra copies for our lovely fans because we hit 100 followers! 
We have 3 signed playbills and 4 not signed.

There will be 7 lucky winners! 

Rules: 
Reblogs only. 
Must follow playbills-and-ticket-stubs
Reblog as much as you want! 
Have fun because this contest is for you!

We will be putting the URLs on paper in a hat (super old school over here)

Deadline is August 8th!

playbills-and-ticket-stubs:

Playbills-and-ticket-stubs so very Heathers playbill giveaway!

So I was lucky enough to see Heathers the musical and got extra copies for our lovely fans because we hit 100 followers!
We have 3 signed playbills and 4 not signed.

There will be 7 lucky winners!

Rules:
Reblogs only.
Must follow playbills-and-ticket-stubs
Reblog as much as you want!
Have fun because this contest is for you!

We will be putting the URLs on paper in a hat (super old school over here)

Deadline is August 8th!

"

There are no Jack Kerouacs or Holden Caulfields for girls. Literary girls don’t take road-trips to find themselves; they take trips to find men.

"Great" books, as defined by the Western canon, didn’t contain female protagonists I could admire. In fact, they barely contained female protagonists at all.

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