I could succeed in many things, fail in many more, but as long as I’ve petted the cat I’ve done everything that really matters.
Eighth Doctor, Vampire Science (Kate Orman and Jonathan Blum)
Me attempting physical activity
OMG I LOST MY FOLLOWINGS?!

not followers, that’s weird…
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glassprism:

just-me-again-down-here:

Phantom of the Opera and Les Miserables references in The Simpsons.

First, Phineas and Ferb, and now THIS?!

I should go wear a mask, hold my red duvet and hang from my window.

I actually think the first one is fanart, but there have been a ton of Phantom references in The Simpsons. There’s a list of them here, but I also forgot this one:

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In which the Phantom randomly rows into a parody of Sweeney Todd. (This is from the episode ‘Treehouse of Horror XX’). That’s a pretty epic looking picture up there, come to think of it.

And if you want another Les Mis reference, in the episode ‘Black Widower’, Sideshow Bob was assigned the number 24601 as well. (Which, if you know anything about him and that episode, is totally ironic.)

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Brad Little and Sandra Joseph - Look With Your Heart, Beneath a Moonless Sky
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bluecoolkind:

I’ve posted this before but I was just reminded of how much I love it. Brad Little and Sandra Joseph singing some Love Never Dies at a concert. <3

paulmcgannlocked:

elrickplq:

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The HairLog of Paul McGann

(please click the pictures to full version)

you found it?

Yep, I collected almost all his photos when I made this picture log at that time.
(:

cdaae:

Christine, I love you…

Brad Little & Laurie Gayle Stephenson - All I Ask Of You
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ilikeunderstudiesandethanfreeman:

Brad Little & Laurie Gayle Stephenson - All I Ask Of You

Broadway; May 18, 1995

DID YOU KNOW, that before all those years of being Phantom, that our beloved Brad was an ensemble member on Broadway, and THEN got bumped up directly to principle Raoul/Phantom understudy?!?! Yeah, crazy stuff right? And Brad sounds fantastic, lovely deep voice. Enjoy :)

playbill:

TODAY IN THEATRE HISTORY: In 1971, Clark Gesner’s musical You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown premieres on Broadway at the Golden Theatre. Although the show was a huge success Off-Broadway, running 1,597 performances, the Broadway incarnation does not fare as well, lasting only 32 performances. You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown will be revived in 1999, in a production starring Roger Bart, Kristin Chenoweth and Anthony Rapp, and featuring additional material by Andrew Lippa.

For more on the original Broadway production of You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, including a look inside the show’s Playbill, visit PlaybillVault.com.

pengwyn-booty:

Stan Lee Cameos (2000-2012)