Your blog is now autographed by Angela Lansbury, Audra McDonald, Bernadette Peters, Laura Osnes, Lea Salonga, Megan Hilty, Patti LuPone, Stephanie J. Block, and Sutton Foster.
"Who wants to be a millionaire?" Me. This game is easy. Next question.
Elaine Stritch, female comedy icon and salty Broadway grand dame, died Thursday at the grand age of 89. Outspoken, lauded and often considered difficult by her co-workers, Stritch never stopped working even in her 80s, only moving out of New York in the last year or so of her life. She was a proud supporter of the city all through her life, though. “I think it’s the wrong way around to say when you get older move to the country,” she once said. “I think when you get older you move to New York. If you’re a nice broad they’ll look after you.”
One Song Glory sung by Jonathan Larson
This is literally one of the most important audios in existence.
Song: The Ladies Who Lunch.
Artist: Original Broadway Cast & Elaine Stritch.
Album: Company(Original Broadway Cast).
Damn kid is smarter than me.
Singin’ In The Rain - Singin’ In The Rain
requested by musicals-are-my-life, thanks!