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doesn’t need more people who are only loud and flashy. Theatre doesn’t need people who only crave attention and riches and fame. Theatre needs people that are thinkers and dreamers. People that NEED theatre to exist. To breathe. People that need to have a space to be accepted and to show...
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Don’t do drugs kids, do musical theatre. It’s far more addictive and expensive than drugs! You also get to meet other people also addicted at stage door while crying over how beautiful the leads are.
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DO NOT FUCKING SING ALONG WHEN YOU GO TO BROADWAY MUSICALS. PEOPLE PAY GOOD MONEY TO HEAR THE PEOPLE ON STAGE SING. NOT YOU, A RANDOM AUDIENCE MEMBER. IF THE PEOPLE ON STAGE DON’T WANT YOU UNWRAPPING CANDIES, THEN THEY CERTAINLY DON’T WANT YOU SINGING. BUY THE GODDAMN CAST RECORDING AND ...
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When someone says they don't like musical theatre:
we were in the middle of a full dress rehearsal today, music all intense and blaring, and suddenly everything stops and there’s a moment of silence before the director yells “WHOSE. BAGEL. IS ON. THE STAGE.”