September 23, 2014   226 notes
officiallesmiz:

The grid and a control console high above the Imperial stage. Photo by maxgordonphotography.

officiallesmiz:

The grid and a control console high above the Imperial stage. Photo by maxgordonphotography.

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September 22, 2014   141 notes

Annaleigh Ashford as Essie Sycamore in You Can’t Take It With You

Annaleigh Ashford as Essie Sycamore in You Can’t Take It With You

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September 21, 2014   734 notes

lenahalls:

american idiot things

sets and lighting; christine jones and kevin adams

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September 20, 2014   542 notes

Broadway’s newest princess, Keke Palmer

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September 19, 2014   477 notes
playbill:

 FALL BROADWAY 2014 PREVIEW: Starry Revivals are The Real Thing, But, After All, It’s Only a Play

playbill:

September 18, 2014   4,527 notes

Keke Palmer in Cinderella [x]

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September 17, 2014   27 notes

broadwayislove:

2009-2010 Broadway Season: Lend Me a Tenor (4/4/2010 - 8/15/2010)
153 Performances

September 16, 2014   10 notes
September 15, 2014   57 notes

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September 14, 2014   37,782 notes

missknotty:

gameofreferences:

Michele Carragher, the head embroider on Game of Thrones, made this awesome tutorial to show how she created the dragonscale fabric that appears on several of Daenarys’ costumes in S3 and S4.

Ms. Carragher says that the dragonscale fabric was created because “In season 3 the Costume Designer Michele Clapton wanted a Dragonscale like textured embroidery that starts to emerge on three of Daenery’s costumes, which becomes heavier and more pronounced, growing and evolving as the season progresses” (Carragher).

In stages 9-11 of the tutorial we see how the textile evolves from lightly to heavily embellished. This progression is meant to illustrate Daenarys’ personal growth and the growth of her dragons (source).

Here’s a link to Ms. Carragher’s website.

WOW!

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