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Stephen Schwartz had envisioned Kristin Chenoweth as G(a)linda as writing her, but had written the vocal range for an alto/mezzo-soprano. However upon Kristin’s agreeing to the part, they changed her vocal ranges.
Whenever G(a)linda is acting as though she is perfect and good, she uses a classical soprano voice.
Whenever G(a)linda is being herself, she uses more of a mezzo-soprano voice.
So that’s why in For Good she sings lower notes. Woah!
Hey guys! Sorry I had to cancel my other give away so soon but there were some thing that didn’t make it possible to go through. But I’m doing another give away now and its even better!
- 1x Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2014 Revival) Cast Recording
- 1x Newsies Original Broadway Cast Recording
- 1x Anything Goes (2011 Revival) Cast Recording
MUSICAL THEATRE FEMALE CHARACTER MEME [9/15]
a female character in a comedy show
➳ SIBELLA (A Gentleman’s Guide To Love And Murder)
September 22nd 2014, marks the 20th anniversary of the premiere of FRIENDS.HAPPY 20TH ANNIVERSARY, FRIENDS!
“For hours she danced and sang and flirted and did this thing that’s—she did Marilyn Monroe. The white wine helped things along. Then there was the inevitable drop … she sat in the corner like a child, with everything gone. I wouldn’t photograph her without her knowledge of it. And as I came with the camera, I saw that she was not saying no.”
–Richard Avedon 1957
Avedon captured Norma Jean and she was even more beautiful…
Emma Sulkowicz is on the cover of this month’s New York Magazine and that is the coolest thing wow
DUUUUDE this is a huge fucking deal honestly
“I had told my mother I would never get married and never have kids but then you meet the right guy and it all changes.He’s been so wonderful to me. I didn’t want to have kids. I want to have his kids. I am most excited about him being a dad and to get to do this with the best partner in the whole world”
Megan and Brian welcomed baby daughter Viola Philomena Thursday, September 18th in New York City! Congrats Megan and Brian and welcome to the world, Viola!