Wednesday, July 30, 2014


I want a show with an entirely unknown cast, except Patti LuPone is a random company member. So while the main actors are sorting their problems out out, Patti LuPone is in the background churning butter or something. And no one makes any reference to her at all. She isn’t even credited. Audiences will question if she was even really there.

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Julie Andrews in Camelot


Julie Andrews in Camelot

sarah paulson switching the name cards so tatiana could sit next to her

(Source: clonesbians)

feeling very strange about typing this in rn

feeling very strange about typing this in rn

Sunday, July 27, 2014


Patti LuPone sings “Back to Before” from RAGTIME in her solo album “Matters of the Heart.” 


The Normal Heart. Brian Sidney Bembridge. 

Timeline Theatre Company.

Saturday, July 26, 2014


I’ll take “jeanine tesori songs about buses” for $600, alex

Alright let’s all take a moment to remember how astoundingly good “Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812” was…


Thank you for taking this moment with me. 

Favourite Fictional Males:

The Emcee (Cabaret)

"So, life is disappointing? Forget it! In here, life is beautiful. The girls are beautiful. Even the orchestra is beautiful."


Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812

(aka, an electro-pop opera based on a “scandalous slice” of Leo Tolstoy’s War and Peace, performed in a restaurant with the actors performing around the patrons.)

One of the things you have to learn very quickly if you’re going to survive in the theater ­– or in any of the arts – and I mean the serious arts – is that the way people respond to you, to what you do, doesn’t necessarily have very much to do with the quality of what you’ve done. Some of your best stuff can be condemned and some of your less-ambitious things will sail right through. You can’t worry about that stuff. As long as you do your own job as honestly and well as you possibly can, you can’t be responsible for the minds of critics or the taste of an audience. You can’t be responsible for those things because you’re not a servant. Edward Albee (x)
I was perfectly happy growing up, writing my terrible poetry, and having sex with guys. Edward Albee (x)

On this day in 1963, Barbra is announced to play the role of Fanny Brice in the Broadway musical “Funny Girl.” [x]

(Source: theatregraphics)


Tom Scutt



Tom Scutt