invisible-girl:

verticalsoftrees:

invisible-girl:

Come To Your Senses
Marin Mazzie, “Today 4 U: Unsung Jonathan Larson”
March 3rd, 1997 at the Nederlander Theatre

WHAT. WAIT. STOP. YOU’RE KIDDING ME. OHHHHH YES.
This is how you sing this song, Amy Spanger.

Just reblogging my own post here because Marin Mazzie singing this song should be on everyone’s dash at all times. 

Important.

(Source: instamatical)

Played 1028 times.

newyorksloths:

Do you wake up in the morning and need help to lift your head

thesunsitslow:

Nothing warms the cockles of my heart like seeing a wee homosexual talk about Sondheim

(Source: kerrywashingten)

somethingbypuccini:

Colored Lights | Marin Mazzie

The Rink

misterjudemartin:

elliesattlers:

vivian beaumont, march 12, 2015, 8pm

the lights dim, kelli o’hara takes the stage

from the pit, not the sounds of a 30-piece orchestra, but instead a single cello

"there’s a boat that leaves from napoli every thursday in the morning…"

at the back of the house, bart sher laughs maniacally

the bridges of madison county is back on broadway

"Surprise, bitch. I bet you thought you’d seen the last of me." - Jason Robert Brown 

"MARY TESTA enters, and riffs for at least three minutes."
— every william finn libretto probably (via stayclearofloveandjail)

somethingbypuccini:

One Second and a Million Miles | Steven Pasquale & Kelli O’Hara

The Bridges of Madison County

I’m hungover and just watched the Barbara Cook Kennedy Center Honors again and now I’m crying and this was all such a mistake.

  • one day more: my place is here, i fight with you!
  • me: ONE DAY MORE
  • me: I DID NOT LIVE THESE PEOPLE'S HEROES I WILL FOLLOW ON MY OWN HOW CAN I LIVE THEIR LITTLE SECRETS THERE A LITTLE TOUCH ONE DAY MORE TOMORROW YOU'LL BE REVOLUTION WE WILL NIP IT MIGHT HAVE KNOWN AND YET WITH YOU MY FOR THESE TOMORROW WE'LL BE FAR AWAY TOMORROW IS THE JUDGEMENT DAY