Alex.
FSU.
Music Major.
Theatre lover.
Parks and Rec Enthusiast.
ΦΣΠ.
Living the dream.

sirenboy:

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dude i hope you know that “je suis le pain” translates into “i am the bread”

yogaboi:

The next supreme

comfysweater:

YOU FUCKING DONUT

kellliohara:

"On this my last show of Hedwig, I record what it’s like to get ready… here we go!"

playbill:

TODAY IN THEATRE HISTORY: In 1983, the Jerry Herman-Harvey Fierstein musical La Cage aux Folles opens tonight at Broadway’s Palace Theatre. George Hearn and Gene Barry star in this adaptation of the classic French play and film about a middle-aged homosexual couple who are forced to hide their sexual orientation in order to meet the fiancee of one of the men’s sons, and her family. In pure musical comedy fashion, mayhem pursues. In a time when homosexuality had yet to become the basis of a big Broadway musical, La Cage proved to be a raging success, winning the Tony Award for best musical, and racking up 1,761 performances. Over the course of the run other actors who would play either Albin or George were Larry Kert, Jamie Ross, Walter Charles and Keith Michell.

For more on the original Broadway production of La Cage aux Folles, including a look inside the show’s opening night Playbill, visit PlaybillVault.com.

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