Get ready to see your name in lights [insert jazz hands]
"It’s time to trust my instincts close my eyes and leap!"
Have you even seen it yet?
And you're prob filthy rich too.
"A kiss on the hand might be quite continental."
Dear Evan Hansen, what's it like in New York City?
~This is the greatest show~
This is me.
Songs so good, they sang them twice!
Test your knowledge!
🎶 You will be found 🎶
Don't say no to this quiz – the results might make you satisfied.
History has its eyes on you!
You are required to listen to whatever result you receive.
The hills are alive!
Get your head in the game.
Tina Fey’s Broadway-bound adaptation of the 2004 film feels a lot like the movie you know and love — and that’s a good thing.
From memoirs to coffee-table books to how music affects your brain, recommendations from BuzzFeed editors!
Have you even seen it?
But more importantly, Zendaya is in it and has pink hair.
"The hills are aliveeeeeee..."
Just you wait.
Guaranteed to make you sing out loud.
Are you ready to ~become~ Mimi?
Whose window should you wave through?
Don't let anyone tell you that theatre isn't hardcore.
"Hey do you have an extra hair tie?" –literally everyone backstage
Do you bop to the top?
Don't forget the jazz hands.
Are you Elphaba or Glinda?
So many amazing hits to see on Broadway!
Hamilton isn't the only show on Broadway.
"There’s a war going on out there somewhere and Andrey isn’t here..."
"Once upon a December..."
Do you know "One Last Time" from "One Day More"?
♫City of carrrrrrs...♫
Crazy cool news!
Look to the stars to find out which star group you are.
"We, sir — we are the diverse America who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us."
Oh, and Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote the song for him.
"Personally I'm more of a Lin-Manuel Samantha."
You really need to see James Corden's Whitney Houston.
"You and me could move a mountain."
A brand of magic.
There's more out there than just Hamilton!
"You change the world when you change your mind."
For ignorant idiots everywhere.
The book writer of the new musical American Psycho reflects on turning the gory classic into a big Broadway show.