My name is Ben and this is a blog that is more attractive than science! I'm studying theatre in PA. I'm just wetting myself one pair of pants at a time.

 

taylortargaryen:

rubyscoobydont:

the minute long compilation of every time sweet dee gags on always sunny that you never knew you wanted.

Oh my god


"I have to do this." I felt like I had to speak, even if no one else was speaking - you know, that’s how I got into theatre, was writing my own stuff and telling a story and then singing a song. It seems natural to me. It seems unnatural to me to do it any other way.

"I have to do this." I felt like I had to speak, even if no one else was speaking - you know, that’s how I got into theatre, was writing my own stuff and telling a story and then singing a song. It seems natural to me. It seems unnatural to me to do it any other way.

You’ve been on all three seasons. Is getting to do something different a big pull?
Lily Rabe: That, and Ryan. It’s a massively appealing thing; a television show. You have a steady job for five or six months and you have this feeling of family. And yet you get this incredible luxury of playing someone new every year. So in that way it’s more like doing a film because you start each season with a beginning, a middle and an end. That definitely keeps me coming back. And I love working for Ryan. He writes such great characters, especially for women. [x]

(Source: fionagoddess)

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thosenightsonbroadway:

theatreaficionado:

italysnotbroadway:

Victoria Clark singing Fable from the closing night of The Light In The Piazza [Vivian Beaumont Theater, 07.02.2006]

No show is more heartbreaking than a closing night and Victoria Clark’s performance as Margaret Johnson was even better than usual (if it’s possible), reaching a sublime level. So take a breath and listen to one of the most beautiful and moving moments of the modern Broadway history.

I was at this performance. My 12th time. It was like an out of body experience, and I was so moved when people applauded the climactic “Love! Love!…”

I am so ready do direct this — I would give anything to fast-forward to rehearsals in May.

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mary-testa:

Alright, I’m just posting this because it got taken down or something and I need it to be on here because I live by this recording of Carolee Carmello singing “Bill” from Showboat.

queeniewasablonde:

somethingbypuccini:

I Want It All | Carolee Carmello, Moeisha McGill, & Lachanze

Baby [Paper Mill Playhouse]

HAPPY BIRTHDAY CAROLEE!

theladybadass:

Rare footage of educator and civil rights leader, Mary McLeod Bethune (circa 1930s, 1940s)

*found in Prelinger Open Archives