Ana, 19, brazilian, fangirl, intj, socially awkward, feminist, atheist and addicted to musicals, movies, books and tv shows.

colwengrounds:

Wicked Challenge (Five Gelphies)

Idina Menzel and Kristin Chenoweth (San Fransico Try-Outs, Broadway)

Halloween memedance scenes: Practical Magic

This is how my mother wanted to be remembered. My memory of her is… a little bit different. I’m sure everyone remembers their own version of her. Versions I wouldn’t even recognize. It’s all that’s really left of someone when they’re gone. But that’s the tricky thing. Nobody’s memory is perfect or complete. We jumble things up. We lose track of time. We are in one place and another. And it all feels like one long, inescapable moment. It’s just like my mother used to say:

The carousel never stops turning.

javertfan:

johnwatsonissexy:

There’s something horribly amusing about Javert repeatedly falling off that balcony into foam.

Especially with that damned caption.

Everytime I see this I must reblog it

wo-menzel said: Ahhh I still am so embarrassed by the fact that I haven't seen Wicked live but I'm gonna see the tour in November! Yess anything Idina is/was in is an automatic favorite of mine (so Rent and If/Then) and I also really like Next to Normal, Once, and Matilda!!

I haven’t seen it live either :( the fact that I’m not from the US makes my life so much harder hahah but I’m spending a month in NYC next year and I’m definitely gonna watch Wicked and every show that I can. Next to Normal makes me so depressed, I love it (???), and Matilda is the cutest thing ever. I need to finish watching Once, though.

adkinsmenzel:

queenidinamenzel:

53rd-and-broadway:

My big emotional post about Idina & Kristin

SOBS VIOLENTLY 

CAN YOU HEAR ME CRYING?

leslimargheritapizza:

friendly reminder that this is kristin chenoweth’s face from idina’s big solo towards the end of “defying gravity” when they performed at the 2004 tonys.
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MJ