my favourite part of shakespeare plays is the person at the end that is like “see how these people fucked everything up. don’t do this. look at this fuckery. look at it. fuck this. fuck everything.”
Bare, Next to Normal, Rent, Bonnie and Clyde, Once, Catch Me if You Can, The Drowsy Chaperone, Footloose, In the Heights, Jekyll and Hyde, Les Miserables, The Little Mermaid, Mamma Mia, Smash, 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Thirteen. Jennifer Damiano, Samantha Barks, Idina Menzel, Aaron Tveit, Jeremy Jordan, Laura Osnes.
so i saw aaron tveit (enjolras from the les mis movie) in hairspray on broadway a long time ago and it was during my tom boy phase and I waited outside the stage door and i was wearing a hat and when he got to me, he said “hey little dude” and i looked up and he just goes “not a dude”
If your favourite musical is something popular like Wicked or RENT, that’s okay.
If your favourite musical is something no one’s heard of like Ordinary Days or The Burnt Part Boys, that’s okay.
If your favourite musical just came out, like First Date or Beautiful, that’s okay.
If your favourite musical is an oldie like Annie Get Your Gun or High Society, that’s okay.
What’s not okay is telling someone they can’t like that musical.