Install Theme

Let’s take a moment to let it sink in that Claire basically improvised her Emmy reel.

(Source: hellyeahomeland, via hellyeahomeland)

(Source: annakendrick-eh)

"If you could conjure up Oscar Hammerstein right now, what you would say to him about your career on having sprung from him in so many ways?"

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broadwaydivaintraining:

Favorite Sondheim Songs- {4/25} 

Sunday from Sunday in the Park with George

As we pass through arrangements of shadow.

Toward the verticals of trees.

Forever.

more-red-more-blue-more-beer:

Paintings by Georges Seurat that inspired elements of Sunday In The Park With George

  • Une Baignade Asnières (Young Boys Bathing at Asnières), 1884
  • La Poudreuse (Young Woman Powdering Herself), 1889-90
  • La tour Eiffel (The Eiffel Tower), 1889
  • Un dimanche après-midi à l’Île de la Grande Jatte (A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte), 1884-86
  • Step one: name your laptop George
  • Step two: select your preferred WiFi network
  • Step three: yell "CONNECT GEORGE, CONNECT" in your best Mandy Patinkin voice

There are worse things than

broadwaydivaintraining:

-staring at the water
-posing for a picture
-being painted by your lover
-sleeping on the ferry
-getting up at seven to come over to an island in the middle of a river
-on a Sunday

thingsmusicalstaughtme:

Submitted by Amanda

thingsmusicalstaughtme:

Submitted by Amanda

twopotatosoups:

FEBREZIOOOOO!!!!!

twopotatosoups:

FEBREZIOOOOO!!!!!

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I wanted to show above all and to tell people that art is not an easy thing to do. It is a natural myth about the arts, I had it myself when I was a kid: that you sit in your room,weather you’re a composer or a painter or a writer, and wait for the muse to come.
I heard people say “Oh you’re so talented” as if all I had to do was get up in the morning and the painting was made or the song was written. They don’t understand that it’s exactly as much hard work, maybe harder, than making anything that you don’t have to make out of nothing.

— Stephen Sondheim (via princepeterwolf)