BOSS ASS BITCH: musical theatre edition; for the ladies who wanna crush the patriarchy while showing off their killer belting range. [listen]
01. candy store- heathers: the musical 02. when you’re good to mama- chicago 03. my strongest suit- aida 04. not for the life of me- thoroughly modern millie 05. out tonight- RENT 06. so much better- legally blonde 07. i can do better than that- the last 5 years 08. dead girl walking- heathers: the musical 09. watch what happens- newsies 10. take me or leave me- RENT 11. it’s a woman’s world- the full monty 12. big spender- sweet charity 13. forget about the boy- thoroughly modern millie
Jay Brannan | Square One
I just met you yesterday
And I’m already imagining the breakup
A little lovemaking and a second latte
Is enough to keep me charging for the shake up
(Buy Jay’s new album here!)
Willow Rosenberg’s transformation from a shy, geeky girl to a dark, angry wicca was present right from the beginning of season one. Throughout the seasons, she is often painted as insecure and easily bullied around by her peers. However, when she begins to use magic, Willow is authoritative and demanding of her peers. Her desire to have this constant control keeps building up (her attempt in Something Blue to get whatever she wants, Willow stealing a dark magic book in Tough Love, etc.) until Willow becomes addicted to magic to live her life.
When characters are talking to Starling, they often talk direct to camera, when she is talking to them, she is always looking slightly off-camera. Director Jonathan Demme explained that this was done so as the audience would directly experience her POV, but not theirs, hence encouraged the audience to more readily identify with her.
Always Reblog Clarice Starling.
Slow Pony Home - The Weepies
And all that time, I felt just fine
I held so many people in my suitcase heart
That I had to let the whole thing go
"Lena is the type of girl where you don’t know if she’s going to punch you or kiss you." - Rodelio Astudillo (photographer)