Marty’s outfit: Back to the Future.

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Anonymous said: I don't get very STONED often but when I do, I make great life decisions! If you change your mind, I'm the first in line/ Honey I'm still free/ Take a chance on me/ If you need me, let me know, gonna be around/ If you've got no place to go, if you're feeling down/ If you're all alone when the pretty birds have flown/ Honey I'm still free/ Take a chance on me... I'm sure the prettiest birds in your Ohio proximity will always be flocking towards you, so... (continued)

(continued) I want to be your friend. Anyway, your hair swoop looks nice today. Grace! Intern Grace! Grace Ellis! How is life? What’s new and true? You should just go for it, LIFE… The world is full of pretty queer birds. I’m high in the sky like a bird. (For the record I’m not high at the time of sending this. I wrote it last night, found it on my computer this morning, and thought it was funny. I still wanted to send it to you anonymously, judgement-free)


Well this is the best.

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10 New Musical Theatre Duets for Ladies Only

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me this fall


me this fall

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[title of show] Original Cast – Die Vampire, Die! (521 plays)

There are some people in the world who say that writing stories or composing music or dancing sparkly dances is easy for them. Nothing interferes with their ability to create. While I celebrate their creative freedom, a little part of me just wants to punch those motherfuckers in the teeth. This song, I sing this song for you guys and for all the rest of us.”

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ALTERNATE ENDING: and your LEAST-favourite actor is an objectively bad person who runs over other people’s pets in a tractor ON PURPOSE!! / *GASP* / WHERE’D HE GET THE TRACTOR

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"I was really excited to see people who looked like me up on the stage. And I hope that’s what I do for some 14-year-old girl in the audience tonight and tomorrow and the next day after that.
You know, it’s a funny thing and it’s a sensitive thing, but I do think history has shown that the people who make change in the world are artists. We are the people who challenge society. It’s not our job but it’s part of our job to challenge our audiences to see the world through our eyes… and by challenging them to think outside the box and not to be so bound by the rules of how they think things were, there’s an opportunity to find lots of beautiful nuances in our performances. And I say that as an African-American actress who would like to play a variety of roles. I don’t want to be stuck only playing roles that are written for African American performers. I want to play Evita. I want to grow and change, and so obviously I am slightly self interested in the continuing of having non-traditional castings happen all over the world in theatre. I think that we’re on our way."

Nikki M. James, Hear the People Sing: African-American Les Misérables Stars Break Down Broadway Barriers


Women of Battlestar Galactica.

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The Facts on Ferguson: What’s Happened and How You Can Help


The Facts on Ferguson: What’s Happened and How You Can Help


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The collective QPOC Speakeasy has responded to the Mike Brown’s killing and the events in Ferguson here. Please read & share their powerful words!

What Happened Here?

On Saturday afternoon, Mike Brown was murdered by a Ferguson police officer. He was unarmed. His death, just the latest in a dizzying list of black people killed by the police just in 2014, inspired national mourning and righteous anger.

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