lostinfandomstuff:

Pics not mine. Rights remain with the photographers.

lostinfandomstuff:

Pics not mine. Rights remain with the photographers.

(via not-safe-for-earth)

allnewmsmarvel:

As much as my facial expressions on repeat make me cringe.. I’ll admit that gifs of my is some kind of accomplishment. 

The full video is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9lev9739zQ

(Source: fykamalakhan)

allnewmsmarvel:

What’s next, Kamala?
The stunning issue #5 cover, on sale June 2014

allnewmsmarvel:

What’s next, Kamala?

The stunning issue #5 cover, on sale June 2014

giddytf2:

fits00z:

samanthagetsfit:

wow this just blew my mind. so beautiful.

needed that.

That is indeed a good one.

giddytf2:

fits00z:

samanthagetsfit:

wow this just blew my mind. so beautiful.

needed that.

That is indeed a good one.

(Source: nokrista, via turtlemoments)

"I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel."

Maya Angelou  (via 0utofsorts)

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beatonna:

stylejournalblog:

I decided not to label this drawing because my conflicting self-images are unhealthy enough. Am I disgusting? Am I fabulous? I don’t even know anymore.

brittwilson for president

beatonna:

stylejournalblog:

I decided not to label this drawing because my conflicting self-images are unhealthy enough. Am I disgusting? Am I fabulous? I don’t even know anymore.

brittwilson for president

(via wonderlust-t)

coelasquid:

millahtime86:

why do the Lannisters have such big beds?

because they push two twins together to make a king.

If you’re gonna claim you didn’t just read this out loud to everyone in the room with you you’re probably lying.

(via pintsizedshannon)

moon-st0ned:

fagmobs:

getmad-govegan:

being vegan is so emotionally draining like i can’t even look at someone drinking a milkshake without wanting to cry this is ridiculous if your ‘food’ makes me emotionally distressed that might be a sign that it’s not good 

image

Take a Klonopin and chill the fuck out

(via eatingorchids)

Noir portrait pt. 2 #noir #selfie

Noir portrait pt. 2 #noir #selfie

Noir portrait pt. 1 #selfie #noir #contacts

Noir portrait pt. 1 #selfie #noir #contacts

flubberjubber Asked:
Any tips on stage managing a production with a horizontally written script? My director is adamant it is not re-typed (it seems to be a "because I said so case", no particular reason), which is a pain for me because it means I've got cues coming out all sides, and it's all getting a little bit messy - not to mention it's hard to hold whilst cueing. I can't afford to anger my director, so I can't change it. Have you got any advice for using a horizontal script? Have you ever had to do it before?

stagemanagersvendetta:

rehearsalquotes:

stagemanguy:

stagemanagersvendetta:

Are you able to shrink the size on a printer? Or scan the script on a PDF and make it smaller with a PDF program? If so, you may be able to change the margin sizes without changing the landscape. If not, I’ve seen a lot of SMs use tiny post it notes to input blocking or cues. You may try that option as well. 

This is annoying. Directors shouldn’t have any say in the matter of what your production book looks like. It isn’t their place to comment. It is your book, not theirs.

I don’t care where you’re working or at what level. The director does NOT get to tell you how to organize your script. A stage manager organizes their prompt book in whatever way is easiest for them to call cues. The director has no say in it.

I agree. In a professional setting, the director won’t even care about the scripts at all. As long as it’s readable and the pagination is correct for everyone (director, actors, musicians, SM team), then there isn’t a problem.

But sometimes on the high school or smaller college level, the director is also your SM professor or mentor. This career is all about being flexible and adapting to problems!

I’m currently at the KCACTF festival, and everyone here has completely different backgrounds in training and different cultures of companies/schools. Everyone has a different process, a different learning curve. Learning how to take an issue and turn it into a positive is a big part of being a stage manager. 

For whatever reason, the director has requested that the scripts not be changed, so adapt! Add slip sheets, shrink the pages, or whatever you need to do to keep the company focused on the show, and keep moving forward. Remember that this isn’t your book, it’s the company’s book. Professional companies only care if the book is clean and readable, but at the end of the show, you turn it into them. 

catherinedeneuev:

This is such an important yet underrated scene.

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