Knitting Needles and Broadway Musicals

Knitting Needles and Broadway Musicals

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No but Hispanic!Grantaire and French!Enjolras who get so angry as they’re arguing that they begin shouting and cursing at each other in their native languages 

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TODAY IN THEATRE HISTORY: In 1994, Disney arrives on Broadway as the full-scale live version of their animated film, Beauty and the Beast, opens at the Palace Theatre. Susan Egan stars as Belle opposite Terrence Mann as the Beast. Over the course of its 5,461 performance run, other actresses to take on the role of Belle will include Kerry Butler, Toni Braxton, Andrea McArdle and Ashley Brown.

For more on Beauty and the Beast, including production photos and a look inside the opening night Playbill, visit

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You will need: bobby pins, 2 small ponytail elastics, a comb.

  1. Start by adding a little wave to your hair. Wand waves are great for this! Here we used this wand by TiGi which is only around $30!
  2. Next put your hair half up, separating into 2 small ponytails right next to each other.
  3. Now twist the right ponytail in a downward motion and slide a bobby pin into the base near the ponytail holder. This will keep it anchored as you twist.
  4. Next, wrap the ponytail up and over as you see in photo 4 to create the top of the heart. Keep twirling in the same direction.
  5. Add bobby pins to these 3 places.
  6. Repeat on the other side.
  7. Add one more bobby pin at the bottom of the heart for extra security.

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Normal Person:
*watches musical*
Normal person:
That was good. I enjoyed it.
*watches musical*
*buys cast album*
*buys T shirt*
*buys poster*
*keeps tickets forever*
*Looks up bootleg copies of said musical on YouTube*
*Learns all words to said musical*
*Act's out said musical*
*Falls in love with actors in said musical*
That was good. I enjoyed it.

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#how many times have I quoted this in my lifetime #far too many and still not enough

Guys, btw, this is an actual insult

if he calls your mother a hamster, it indicates that she is a fast-breeding rodent— you can get the insult there

and if he says your father smelt of elderberries, well, wine was primarily made from elderberries in the time of king arthur. he’s calling his dad a drunk

more you know

(Source: redlight--district, via amjosa)