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@ladygaga: That’s me #BewitchedBotheredBewildered Rehearsal with the @briannewmanny Quartet for @itstonybennett

OHHHHHH MY GOD

callmekp:

Friends, please take a moment to consider this little plea.
Earlier this year, KISS Theatre was evicted from our Wyoming Valley Mall location in favor of a chain restaurant. We were not past-due on any bills. We were never late with our rent. The mall management agency simply saw a more lucrative investment in a restaurant and they gave us a 90 day notice.
With the help of so many loyal friends, we’ve found a new home in a new shopping plaza: The East End Center, owned and managed by Joe Amato Properties. We’ve raised $50,000 of our $175,000 goal. While that’s an impressive number, if we don’t continue to steadily raise funds, construction must cease.
I know there are more dire circumstances in everyone else’s life that require monetary attention and I know there are far more desperate causes. That’s why we’re trying to keep things small.
Today, we’ve launched our one-day fundraising blitz! $25 from 2,500 friends on July 25th.
If you can give $25, we’d so greatly appreciate it. If money is an issue for you (believe me, I get it) please reblog this post in hopes of it making its way to the dashboard of someone who can.
KISS (based in Wilkes Barre, PA) is a non-profit community children’s theatre offering educational performance opportunities for kids ages 4-18. We pride ourselves on being an inclusive environment. No child is ever turned away.
Please help us by sharing and/or donating. We need to preserve places like this that encourage community, collaboration, and creativity for generations to come.
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To learn more about our theatre, visit www.kisstheatre.org
To donate directly to this fundraising effort, visit http://www.razoo.com/story/Save-Kiss-Theatre?referral_code=share
We’re also on Facebook at facebook.com/savekisstheatre and on Twitter with @SaveKISSTheatre.
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Thank you so much.

Please help out! 

callmekp:

Friends, please take a moment to consider this little plea.

Earlier this year, KISS Theatre was evicted from our Wyoming Valley Mall location in favor of a chain restaurant. We were not past-due on any bills. We were never late with our rent. The mall management agency simply saw a more lucrative investment in a restaurant and they gave us a 90 day notice.

With the help of so many loyal friends, we’ve found a new home in a new shopping plaza: The East End Center, owned and managed by Joe Amato Properties. We’ve raised $50,000 of our $175,000 goal. While that’s an impressive number, if we don’t continue to steadily raise funds, construction must cease.

I know there are more dire circumstances in everyone else’s life that require monetary attention and I know there are far more desperate causes. That’s why we’re trying to keep things small.

Today, we’ve launched our one-day fundraising blitz! $25 from 2,500 friends on July 25th.

If you can give $25, we’d so greatly appreciate it. If money is an issue for you (believe me, I get it) please reblog this post in hopes of it making its way to the dashboard of someone who can.

KISS (based in Wilkes Barre, PA) is a non-profit community children’s theatre offering educational performance opportunities for kids ages 4-18. We pride ourselves on being an inclusive environment. No child is ever turned away.

Please help us by sharing and/or donating. We need to preserve places like this that encourage community, collaboration, and creativity for generations to come.

~~~~~~

To learn more about our theatre, visit www.kisstheatre.org

To donate directly to this fundraising effort, visit http://www.razoo.com/story/Save-Kiss-Theatre?referral_code=share

We’re also on Facebook at facebook.com/savekisstheatre and on Twitter with @SaveKISSTheatre.

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Thank you so much.

Please help out! 

I turned up real hard tonight and watched High School Musical and realized that, as a kid, that’s what I thought high school was literally going to be like. And now I’m going into my senior year and there hasn’t been one choreographed musical number. 

Fuck you, Disney. 

So I went on Facebook today and saw my distant cousin’s life and she’s dressed as the hologram girl I saw at the ArtRave at MSG so wtf is in my gene pool

lacigreen:

brb smashing things

lacigreen:

brb smashing things

paprika:

megustamemes:

One is not like the other.

the last dog looks so proud omg

I’m walking on moon beams

I was born with a silver spoon


Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)

Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)