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I have read my OTP fall in love a thousand times, and I shall read my OTP fall in love a thousand times more
- Me (via aphdaze)

cutiegeek:

It’s 2014 how do we not have a legal way of watching Broadway shows on the internet. 

Well I’m glad to know I didn’t end up offending you! I should have asked if you liked Batman or not instead of assuming you hated him. Anyway.
The amount of attention placed on Batman would bother me less if other characters weren’t pushed aside for his sake. I’d be happy to have endless Batman shows and movies if we could also get the same number of shows and movies for Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Flash.
And if bright characters like Superman weren’t being made grittier to imitate him. I love that Batman is dark and edgy but it’s his thing, it works for him, DC needs to stop forcing it on all their other heroes. You can be bright and positive and still be a serious character.

Well I’m glad to know I didn’t end up offending you! I should have asked if you liked Batman or not instead of assuming you hated him. Anyway.

The amount of attention placed on Batman would bother me less if other characters weren’t pushed aside for his sake. I’d be happy to have endless Batman shows and movies if we could also get the same number of shows and movies for Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Flash.

And if bright characters like Superman weren’t being made grittier to imitate him. I love that Batman is dark and edgy but it’s his thing, it works for him, DC needs to stop forcing it on all their other heroes. You can be bright and positive and still be a serious character.

finniecks:

Sierra Boggess as Ariel (2007-2009) in Disneys The Little Mermaid on Broadway 

playbill:

TODAY IN THEATRE HISTORY: In 2008, a stage adaptation of the Disney animated film The Little Mermaid opens at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre. It features the original movie score by Alan Menken and the late Howard Ashman, plus ten new songs by Menken and Glenn Slater. Francesca Zambello directs a cast led by Sierra Boggess as Ariel the mermaid, and Sherie Rene Scott as Ursula, the tentacled sea witch.

For more on The Little Mermaid, including a look inside the opening night Playbill, visit PlaybillVault.com.

wkeeblab:

The Little Mermaid Broadway Cast 2008 - Curtain Call

aeoliadreamfactory:

Sierra Boggess and Chelsea Morgan Stock (middle picture with the prince, my mistake, thanks to tryingtobepeterpan) - The Little Mermaid Broadway