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    44 Gifts Your Friend Who Loves Musical Theater Will Probably Love

    Gifts so good they practically deserve a Tony.

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    1. A poster with inspirational quotes from a variety of musicals because the best life lessons are sung, not spoken.

    A rectangle print with lines of quotes in black, blue, and red on it and red curtains and a marquee on top

    2. Musicals: The Definitive Illustrated Story, a coffee table book packed with all the information they've ever wanted to know about musicals throughout history.

    The book cover that looks like it's covered in gold glitter with the title of the book with a black background in the middle

    3. An "Ohmygod you guys" throw pillow for the ~serious~ fan who knows this will make their living room ~so much better~ (and also probably make them break out into song).

    White square pillow with the words "Omigod you guys" written in pink on it

    4. A is for Audra, a children's book about Broadway's leading ladies (from A to Z) to help teach the next generation about all the star power that has graced the stage and made it what it is today.

    The book cover with illustrations of some of the women featured in the book

    5. A Mrs. Lovett's famous pie shoppe cutting board you *might* not want to show to any guests who come over because they'll be apt to avoid any food you serve...

    Rectangle wood cutting board with a handle and laser engraved logo for Mrs. Lovett's famous pie shoppe

    6. A theater-themed Cards Against Humanity expansion pack they say is Lin Manuel-Miranda's favorite (and when has Lin ever steered us wrong?).

    The card box that looks like a Playbill cover with the words "The Theater Pack" in yellow on the front

    7. A gift subscription to the Broadway Wine Club your friend will be on cloud ~wine~ when they receive, because not only will they get a shipment of wine every three months, but they'll also get access to exclusive events with Broadway stars, meaning they can bring Broadway into their own home (without paying a ridiculous amount for one cup of wine).

    Three bottles of wine with bows on them and specific Broadway-themed labels

    8. A shadowbox to store all the ticket stubs they've been collecting. They will look so much cuter on their wall than in a pile!

    Black frame with a decal that says "Drop Your Tickets Here" with an assortment of tickets inside

    9. A "Merde" bag made from curtains from actual Broadway shows, so you're essentially giving a piece of Broadway history for them to keep (and treasure) forever.

    Model holding the black velvet rectangle bag with the word "Merde" written in gold with a pocket on the front

    10. A set of Come From Away-themed coloring postcards, because when your friend takes a ~Gander~ at them, \they'll be so excited that they get to spend some time decompressing and coloring in designs from a musical with one of the biggest hearts.

    The four postcards included on a blue background

    11. And a set of 12 Broadway colored pencils to go with the coloring pages to help them ~seize the grey~ and transform the postcards (or anything else really) into a work of art.

    The Broadway Colors pencils with thier punny names

    12. An illustrated poster to show everyone that they've been a true Broadway fan long before Hamilton came on the scene.

    Rectangle poster with dark grey background and illustrations of costumes in lines all over it

    13. Sugar, Butter, Flour: The Waitress Pie Cookbook, a book they'll be ~opening up~ all the time because they know ~what's inside~ is going to show them exactly ~what baking can do~ (i.e. make delicious pies at home).

    The cover of the book with a beautiful pie on it

    14. A Falsettos "I'm Breaking Down" enamel pin showcasing any theatergoer's mood when they listen to their favorite cast album *again* and relive all the highs and lows for the 4958th time.

    A pin of a woman raising their hand with the words I'm breaking down written on their face

    15. A pair of Hamil-toes socks they'll wear ~nonstop~ to show their love and appreciation for the $10 founding father.

    16. A gift card for PlusPass on Broadway Plus, a service that gives the giftee access to virtual group events with some of their favorite Broadway stars. This means they could be in the (Zoom) room where it happens and take a Hamilton dance class or even be part of a Q&A with Evan Hansen. How cool is that?!?

    A video chat screen with the logo and pictures of a Broadway star and kids all in a chat

    17. A Be A Broadway Star board game where you compete to be the biggest broadway star (as if they haven't been doing that already).

    18. An illustrated map of the NYC Theater District to remind them of where all the magic happens in the best area of NYC (minus Times Square, of course).

    A rectangle print with an illustrated map of buildings in new york city

    19. A Broadway vinyl wall decal that'll turn any area of their home into the Great White Way, especially when they start blasting all their favorite cast albums.

    Rectangle decal that says broadway and has marquee-light lights around it

    20. A tank top with the names of all the leading ladies that matter in their world. Now, imagine if they were all in a room together. *faints immediately*

    White tank top with the names "Streistand & Peters & Andrews & Lansbury & Burnett & LuPone & Menzel & Foster & Stritch & Chenoweth & McDonald & Minnelli" written in black

    21. A tote bag absolutely covered in logos from some of the best musicals ever on it so they can be loud and proud about their love for all things musical theater.

    Model wearing the tote bag over their shoulder with logos from a variety of musicals on it

    22. A Phantom of the Opera mask wall clock to make sure they don't stay home past the ~point of no return~ to get where they need to be on time. If only it played the overture right before they have to leave to really kick them into gear...

    A white phantom half mask with black clock hands

    23. A Strong Female lead T-shirt with an important message about who they are as a person, even if they haven't gotten their chance to shine...yet.

    Model wearing a pink t-shirt with the words "Strong Female Lead" written in white

    24. A pair of their own kinky boots to help them strut their stuff and ~take them higher~ than they've ever been before.

    Reviewer wearing the thigh-high high heel pointed toe boots in bright red suede

    25. A musical history subway map acrylic tray that celebrates collaborations in the history of musicals and will be a conversation starter with any other theater fan.

    The clear acrylic tray with a subway-like design of musical history on the bottom of it

    26. Home Work: A Memoir of My Hollywood Years, a book by the one-and-only Julie Andrews, in which she talks about everything from Mary Poppins, The Sound of Music, and even Victor/Victoria. We do not deserve this queen.

    The cover of the book with a picture of Julie Andrews on it

    27. A The Last Five Years timeline poster that shows the progression of Jamie and Cathy's relationship in linear order I'm crying just looking at.

    A rectangle white poster with two lines, one pink and one blue, with the titles of songs above and below it

    28. A pair of Hadestown carnation earrings for a subtle reminder they can wear to help remind themselves that ~we take what they can get, and we make the most of it~.

    Red carnation dangle earrings

    29. A 525,600 minutes bangle that's not only the number of minutes in a year but also approximately how many times they've watched Rent.

    A silver bangle with "525,000 minutes" engraved in it

    30. A frame designed specifically to fit their favorite Playbill and ticket so they can show the world what show has meant the most to them (or humblebrag that they got to see Hamilton with the original cast – UGH).

    Black frame with white matting and a space for a rectangle Playbill and rectangle ticket below

    31. The Broadway Musical Quiz Book, which is filled with almost 80 quizzes that may stump even the most die-hard fan. But if musicals have taught us anything, we're up for the challenge, right?

    The cover of the book with illustrations of different characters reading a book and the title

    32. A Don't Lose Your Head sweatshirt they may *actually* lose their head over (or just freak out and say OMGOMGOMG) because it'll be a ~10 amongst these threes~ (a.k.a. all their other gifts).

    Grey crewneck sweatshirt with don't lose your head written in white

    33. A vanity mirror to make their room feel like a backstage dressing area and them feel like a huge star. They may get confused when nobody is waiting for them at the "stage door" when they leave their house (how rude!).

    The rectangle mirror with a thick white boarder with LED lights on it

    34. A beautiful sterling silver butterfly necklace inspired by your favorite young Donna. Let's hope it brings you as much luck as it brought her (and her three baby daddies)...

    35. Too Much Is Not Enough: A Memoir of Fumbling Toward Adulthood, a book by Andrew Rannells because their favorite Elder Price-turned-TV star has stories to tell about his journey to the stage, and we can't wait to read them.

    The cover of the book with pictures of Andrew Rannells and the title in gold

    36. A You Will Be Found motivational mug that'll help them remember ~you are not alone~ in this world and coffee will always support them no matter what.

    37. A "Not throwing Away My Shot" tri-layer necklace for a simple every day reminder that they're ~young scrappy and hungry~ and can always ~get the job done~.

    Small gold, medium rose gold, and large silver circles that say Not Throwing Away My Shot on them

    38. A gift subscription to BroadwayHD because, yeah, other streaming services are great, but true fans will obsess over having a place where they can always go and put on a great musical such as, Kinky Boots, Sound of Music, or even The Phantom of The Opera.

    The Broadway HD logo with pictures from lots of different musicals behind it

    39. A truly epic Wicked-themed charm bracelet for the musical that has changed them ~for good~ and still makes them sob uncontrollably every time they see Elphaba fly.

    The silver bracelet with a lot of assorted charms related to the musical Wicked, including a broom, glasses, clock, want, and more, plus a green charm with the logo for the show

    40. The Prom character art print to showcase some of the favorite characters on their wall and also remember that's ~life's no dress rehearsal~.

    Rectangle print with confetti and illustrations of characters of the musical on it

    41. Broadway Sheet Music Collection: 2010-2017, a book in which they can use to learn how to actually bring some of their favorite songs to life instead of just continuing to belt them in the shower.

    The book cover with 13 images from different musicals that are included in the book

    42. A Laura Geller 31 baked eyeshadow palette part of Beauty on Broadway, so 15% off net proceeds will go to support Broadway through its intermission right now. So not only will they get a super sweet eye palette to use to create whatever character look they want, but it's also a gift that gives back.

    The octagon-shaped pallet with different colors of eyeshadwo

    43. A 2,000-piece The Great White Way puzzle that really should only be put together while listening to a Broadway playlist, of course.

    The puzzle box with an illustration of times square on it

    44. And a "Young Scrappy and Hungry" onesie to inspire the next generation of theater lovers, because you know one day they're going to ~blow us all away~.

    A white short-sleeved onesie with young scrappy and hungry written on it in black and gold

    Your friend when they open this super sweet gift from you:

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