Some director let me join your cult of Broadway
i must know her name
do you ever see your face from a different angle and have a mental breakdown
fall colors - black
winter colors - black
spring colors - black
summer colors - black
"I couldn’t live where there were no trees — something vital in me would starve."
|-||L.M. Montgomery, Anne’s House of Dreams (via larmoyante)|
"Is she saying “Live while you can” or “Leave while you can?” I mean, it might just be a cynical quip, but this is a wedding after all and that’s exactly what you think when you’re standing at the altar, isn’t it? Live or leave."
|-|| Man in Chair from The Drowsy Chaperone |
This is one of the saddest quotes in all of musical theatre, The Man becomes obsessed with this moment of the show when the actress playing the Chaperone utters:
"L-ve while you can."
A cane falling blocks out the true meaning of the line. The Man in Chair grasps at the idea that Beatrice Stockwell is either saying “leave” or “live”, but only recently have I realized (after playing Man in Chair myself over a year ago) that Dame Stockwell very well might have been saying “Love”.
This, in my opinion, is the most painful subtext in any piece of musical theatre. Even in his musical escape from reality, the dejected, heart-broken, nameless Man cannot fathom (or possibly accept) the idea of love. “Love is not always lovely in the end.”, and for some, it is not even an option.
J. Michael. R. (via inkburned)
"A dying friend once told me, ‘I wish I hadn’t spent so many Mondays wishing it were Friday. I also wish I had made better use of those Fridays, for better stories on Monday.’"
I would sit in a parking lot at 2:37am with you.