"Extra, extra! Hey, it’s a happy headline for once! Charitable fella rescues orphans from a fire!"
Found this ad in a Nickelodeon magazine from 2004.
How is that even possible? Oh wait, it’s Ryan.
heathers: the musical [LISTEN] (8tracks took down my old mix but it’s okay because i’m back!!!)
beautiful /// candy store /// fight for me /// freeze your brain /// big fun /// dead girl walking /// the me inside of me /// blue /// our love is god
my dead gay son /// seventeen /// shine a light /// lifeboat /// shine a light (reprise) /// kindergarten boyfriend /// yo girl /// meant to be yours /// dead girl walking (reprise) /// i am damaged /// seventeen (reprise)
heathers + musical numbersDead Girl WalkingSorry but I really had to wake you
See, I decided I must ride you ‘til I break you
‘Cause Heather says I gots to go
You’re my last meal on death row
Shut your mouth and lose them tighty whities
Chateauroux lace dress / 1950s dress / vintage lace 50s party dress
A Mighty Fine Life! Eight Original Newsies Cast Members Remember Their Extraordinary Broadway Journey (x)
ANDY RICHARDSON (Romeo, Crutchie)
Favorite opening night memory: When the entire company gathered onstage before the show, you could feel the excitement and electricity. Everyone was grinning from ear to ear.
Best celebrity visitor: Bernadette Peters was so nice and she even asked if my leg was okay after crutching the whole show! I’ve always been a big fan of hers, so I geeked out just a tad.
Most delicious Times Square snack: Definitely some French fries dipped in a Schnipper’s chocolate shake.
The performance I’ll always remember: I will never forget our very first preview at Paper Mill. It was the first time we had performed with an audience and they roared. My stomach was fluttering the entire time!
Craziest onstage blooper: Once, as I was crutching out to show off the flag that says “Strike,” the crutch completely slipped out from under me and I went down faster than you can say “Oh no.”
Essential dressing room item: My Nook! I love reading and a Nook is perfect between scenes.
Headline that sums up my time at Newsies: The perfect headline is what our director Jeff Calhoun always told us: These Are the Good Ol’ Days.
I need to see no more cosplays for the rest of my life, this one takes the proverbial cake.
Phrases and idioms that we still use, which were coined by William Shakespeare.
now this is legitimate shit you can attribute to good ole Billy Shakes. the man definitely had a way with phrases.