still lingering on treelit streets.



but the first episode of lost girl is basically just the platonic love story of bo and kenzi

#and it’s EVERYTHING #forever getting hit in the face with feelings about it #two lost girls finding a home in each other #and kenzi being the first person in ten years to make bo view her powers differently #they save each other in more ways than one #and it is the emotional core of this show the way the love triangle could only ever HOPE to be #also for real though bo realizing how her powers can be a positive thing is just SO important #when kenzi says a ‘normal’ person would never have helped her it’s such a game changer for bo (via - toshikosatos)

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2014-2015 Season So Far


New Musicals

Holler if You Hear Me

Honeymoon in Vegas

Fun Home**

Finding Neverland

The Last Ship

Musical Revivals

The King and I

Side Show

On the Town

On the 20th Century

New Plays

The Curious Incident of a Dog in the Night-Time*

The Audience*

This is Our Youth


Play Revivals

Love Letters

It’s Only a Play

You Can’t Take it with You***

*Denotes London transfer

**Denotes Pulitzer Prize Finalist

***Denotes Pulitzer Prize Winner

(via rachelbarrells)


Meet Ellen Gerber and Pearl Berlin. They met through mutual friends in 1964. They committed to spending their lives together on June 2, 1966. They tied the knot last year in Maine. But they are legal strangers in their state of North Carolina, where they’re the lead plaintiffs in a lawsuit challenging the state ban on marriage equality.

They’re also so cute my heart is crying.

"We’re still in love, after 48 years," Gerber, better known as Lennie, said recently. "We still can’t begin the day without a good cuddle."

"They can see that in us, that being gay or lesbian is just the same as being straight," Gerber said. "You just love somebody of your own sex. Otherwise, there’s no difference. … We want to be recognized for what we are — a married couple."

This is their story, and it’s a damn beautiful one.

(via toalltheirown)