Thoughts from the Barricade

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the-thespianlesbian:

queenidinafan:

Apparently someone asked idina to sign a les mis playbill at the stage door haha
*NOT MINE

Her face is like: what the fuck I’m not- this is great. I shall sign.

the-thespianlesbian:

queenidinafan:

Apparently someone asked idina to sign a les mis playbill at the stage door haha

*NOT MINE

Her face is like: what the fuck I’m not- this is great. I shall sign.

Vlogger 24601 - Episode 1: Welcome to the Revolution!

(Source: ramen-karimloo)

princessfiyero:

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Could it be your death
means nothing at all?

(Source: ouhlalas)

raminkarimloobr:

From Tom Kordenbrock’s twitter:

"Ramin Karimloo killing it on the field. We brought him home.”

raminkarimloobr:

From Tom Kordenbrock’s twitter:

"Ramin Karimloo killing it on the field. We brought him home.

(Source: wayneskylar)


Take my hand, I’ll lead you to salvation
Take my love, for love is everlasting

Take my hand, I’ll lead you to salvation

Take my love, for love is everlasting

thewalkingdriz:

"Cosette is lame. She barely had any problems and then she gets married and lives happily ever after. She’s the worst character in the entire story."

LET ME TELL YOU A THING, says Sassy Enjolras.

If you think Cosette had an easy life, remember:

She was a child slave for several years
Her only hope was clinging to the hope of seeing her mother again
OH WAIT HER MOM DIED AND SHE NEVER SAW HER AGAIN
She never knew her dad (he was an asshat, but still…)
She was raised in a convent around nuns like 4 times her age
She had no friends in all of her childhood. Not cause she’s awkward or anything, but because the only two girls she knew hated her guts, and then she was whisked around in secret.
The only person in the world she knows she can trust still harbors a secret that the acknowledges he will never reveal to her.
She lives several years in an apartment not talking to anyone, only being able to go out at night.
She finally meets someone she can relate to and her father’s all like “WELP I GUESS WE’D BETTER MOVE ACROSS THE SEA BECAUSE OF THIS SECRET I AM KEEPING FROM YOU”
OH YEAH SHE WAS A SLAVE DON’T FORGET THAT

Don’t even try to tell me that Cosette wasn’t as miserable as the rest.

(Source: sherierenescott)

And she told herself that an intervention of the angels, a celestial chance, had given him back to her.

if-it-exists-i-probably-ship-it:

Ramin at stage door 4/16/14

"Marius and Cosette were in the dark in regard to each other. They did not speak, they did not bow, they were not acquainted; they saw each other; and, like the stars in the sky separated by millions of leagues, they lived by gazing upon each other.”