annethecatdetective:

burning-high-rise:

whorishgreen:

whorishgreen:

I’ve never been more emotional about any social media post in my entire life

UPDATE: guys Beth Broderick tweeted yesterday that this Salem is THE SAME SALEM!!! He’s 20 years old man!!!! 20!

That Salem is still kicking is all I care about.

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"this above all
to thine own lane stay true"

— william shakespeare (via gilipollez)

arbors:

there’s always a white boy in every class that just talks and talks and talks like timothy stop just write it down!! make a mental note!!! wait till after class and tell ya friends on reddit!!

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bigbardafree:

the thing about being someone who’s never catcalled is that you start to wonder why like is it because im ugly???

and then you realize that youre judging your worth by whether or not you are objectifiable to a man and thats so fucked up like honestly its so fucked up 

but the worst part about the patriarchy is that it still sits at the back of your mind regardless like “nobody thinks youre pretty because they dont see you as a sex object” like somehow thats a desirable thing and it fucks me up

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Anonymous said: Generally I agree with you re: stage management and applause BUT I will say that working in a situation where people are entirely UNgrateful for the work you put in absolutely justifies complaining about it. I hope you've never had that experience (sounds like you haven't) but just know that it sucks and does make a person crave some appreciation.

Yeah, but I think if I was in that situation (which I have been, but very rarely and not recently), I wouldn’t complain about not getting mentioned in news articles or reviews or getting applause during curtain call, I would complain about the people I work with not appreciating me.

I think part of my distaste for the “stage management=thankless job” rhetoric comes from the difference between appreciation from your coworkers and appreciation from your audience. I want appreciation from my coworkers. I don’t care if the audience appreciates me. In fact, I would rather they didn’t notice me at all.

Idk, I’m also not here to shit on other people—if you’re not being thanked or appreciated at work, that fucking sucks and I hope you can find work where you are treated with the respect and appreciation that you deserve.

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coutois:

6 months in jail for being a responsible father.

Except that he was actually jailed for not paying enough child support. The confusion comes from the fact that he was underpaying potentially due to a clerical error—still unclear. He paid all of the back child support in one lump sum right before he went to jail. He was released after a week.
C’mon, y’all, if something sounds weird, google it! This is the third time I’ve seen this on my dash. Snopes is your friend!

coutois:

6 months in jail for being a responsible father.

Except that he was actually jailed for not paying enough child support. The confusion comes from the fact that he was underpaying potentially due to a clerical error—still unclear. He paid all of the back child support in one lump sum right before he went to jail. He was released after a week.

C’mon, y’all, if something sounds weird, google it! This is the third time I’ve seen this on my dash. Snopes is your friend!

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i literally will never understand stage managers who constantly complain about never getting recognition

like, most of the people i interact with in my life are pretty good about sayingthank you when i do something for them. just because they’re not giving you a standing ovation every night doesn’t mean they don’t appreciate you?

and do you really want to get the same recognition as the actors? like they play a different role in a production. inherently, that role gets more visible appreciation. that doesn’t mean that nobody appreciates what you do.

honestly i just think it’s so immature.

aktx:

tarntino:

me: *sees a white boy* *locks my car doors*

white boy: *knocks on window* what would you be doing if I was in there with you ;)

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"I feel like there’s an obsession with pace right now in theater, with things being very fast and very witty and very loud, and I think we’re all so freaked out about theater keeping audiences interested because everybody’s so freaked out about theater becoming irrelevant."

— Annie Baker (via itchy-blankets)

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