the fall of a sparrow

Emily. Twenty. Australia. "But on the road that I’m on I must continue; if I do nothing, if I don’t study, if I don’t keep on trying, then I’m lost, then woe betide me. That’s how I see this, to keep on, keep
on, that’s what’s needed.." - Vincent van Gogh
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z-hunter replied to your photo “I’M FREAKING OUT ??”

unacceptable

why bro

I've spent my evening going through your Australian Theatre tag and it's making me wonderfully homesick!
asked by josephinemarche

Aw, wow, that’s so nice to hear! That tag is mostly for me, but it’s nice to know that someone else appreciates it :3

fallencastiel:

I’ll tell you how you change it. This time, you live. You don’t leave. You stay.
You want me to stay? When I’m like this?
Yes! My God, Kieren. I’d love you with all my heart if you came back as a goldfish.

I can’t even be coherent about it just yet but omg they were all so wonderful and there’s a bit they could work on like comedic timing and blocking but otherwise they’re perfect already - particularly madeleine. I didn’t think it was possible for me to love another girl as much as I loved cristin milioti’s girl !! they were so nice at the stage door as well and greg didn’t come out which was a bummer because I need to tell him that his polonius was fabulous but my program was signed and I could have gotten photos but didn’t because I hate having my photo taken and I looked like a drowned rat the last time I had my photo taken with an actor ahhh ahhhhhhhh I’m crying ahh

SHRIEKS

SHRIEKS

cy-lindric:

An empty space where somebody used to stand 

I’M FREAKING OUT ??

I’M FREAKING OUT ??

angusleeforbes:

WAITING FOR GODOT
I made this for Sydney Theatre Company almost a year ago. Its finally been released! 
Samuel Beckett’s most famous work compressed into a minute.  Staring Hugo Weaving and Richard Roxburgh.
"that passed the time!"

angusleeforbes:

WAITING FOR GODOT

I made this for Sydney Theatre Company almost a year ago. Its finally been released! 

Samuel Beckett’s most famous work compressed into a minute.  Staring Hugo Weaving and Richard Roxburgh.

"that passed the time!"

NYC August 2014