Broadway is life

A list of my favorite Broadway shows
  1. Hamilton
  2. Dear Evan Hansen
    This musical is pure genius. If Ben Platt doesn't win the Tony, I swear...
  3. Falsettos
    I wish this was still playing.
  4. Fun Home
    The delivery from her at such a young age is mind-blowing.
  5. The Book of Mormon
    Laughs from start to finish.
  6. Jonathan Larson is one of the greatest. Gone too soon.
  7. Legally Blonde the Musical
    Great adaptation of the movie.
  8. Something Rotten
    I just love this as a fellow writer.
  9. Wicked
    I've seen it four times already and would see it 100 more times.
  10. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
    One of the first musicals I saw in person, so it'll always be a classic.
  11. You're a Good Man Charlie Brown
    It brings me back to my childhood and I'll always love Kristin in anything she does.
  12. Peter Pan
    Was fortunate enough to see Cathy Rigby in one of the tours, and ever since I knew I'd always want to be a part of live theatre.
  13. American Idiot
    Green Day with a Broadway twist. Seeing this live will make you listen to the cast album in an entirely different light.
  14. One of the classics
  15. Rent
    Jonathan Larson was such a musical innovator.
  16. Cinderella
    Bernadette Peters and Whitney Houston completely steal their scenes. 1997 version is the best.
  17. Into the Woods
    SONDHEIM! Plus Bernadette Peters
  18. Shrek the Musical
    SUTTON FOSTER, I mean c'mon.
  19. Hairspray
    2007 version will always be the best. Also one of Amanda's greatest roles.
  20. Annie
    The 1999 version will always be my favorite with an all star cast: Kristin Chenowith, Kathy Bates, Audra McDonald, Victor Garber. Alan Cumming, Sarah Hyland
  21. Matilda the Musical
    I loved this movie as a kid, so making it into a musical was just another great thing for me to experience in my life.
  22. In the Heights
    I couldn't find a gif of it, but I think this is when they did the concert. Also, Lin-Manuel Miranda is a genius and I haven't heard or seen anything by him that wasn't spectacular.
  23. Oh, Hello
    Nick Kroll and John Mulaney are masters of comedy. So glad it was added to Netflix.