Smoke & Mirrors

I like a lot of things. I think Buffy is probably the greatest show I've ever seen, but the list of shows I adore is pretty much endless.

I am a staunch feminist, I find a lot of crappy text posts to be much funnier than they are, and a word to the wise; this is not a moffat friendly zone.


chandraleeschwartz:

Theatre Challenge: 5/9 musicals —->

Wicked

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detectiverookieangel:

"I think I’ll try defying gravity, and you can’t pull me down!!"

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ramondelacuesta:

Elphaba from the musical Wicked in a 2d version.
*non official

ramondelacuesta:

Elphaba from the musical Wicked in a 2d version.

*non official

ohhmyoz:

All of the Elphie’s of broadway!!!

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Alan Cumming on NPR

I just laughed so hard at this that I felt like I needed to record it somewhere. (via lizdexia)

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The lake is the setting for the second task that the Triwizard competitors must face in Goblet of Fire, which is also my favourite task.  I find it satisfyingly creepy; I like the diversity of the methods employed by the competitors to breathe underwater, and I enjoyed plumbing the depths of a part of the grounds that had never been seen before.  In the original draft of Chamber of Secrets, I had Harry and Ron crash into the lake in Mr Weasley’s Ford Anglia, and meet the merpeople there for the first time. At that time I had a vague notion that the lake might lead to other places, and that the merpeople might play a larger role in the later books than they did, so I thought that Harry ought to be introduced to both at this stage. However, the Whomping Willow provided a more satisfying, less distracting crash, and served a later purpose in Prisoner of Azkaban, too. The Great Lake (which is really a Scottish loch, apparently freshwater and landlocked) never did develop as a portal to other seas or rivers, although the appearance of the Durmstrang ship from its depths in Goblet of Fire hints at the fact that if you are travelling by an enchanted craft, you might be able to take a magical shortcut to other waterways. - J.K. Rowling

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