giftedfool:

Edward Watson and Lauren Cuthbertson and? Royal Ballet
Copyright and photo by Tom Allen for Harpers Barzar UK 2014

(via balletomaneassoluta)

courtnog:

okay so if harry potter was born in 1980, and went to hogwarts in like 91, that means he was in his sixth year in 1996
do you think he knew about the spice girls? i mean.. i know he had shit going on with horcruxes that year but wannabe isn’t something that happens without you taking note of it

(via batmanglijs)

“I mean, why does everything have to be an [effing] pool party? Why? Why? Why can’t we just have a regular [effing] barbecue? Is it so much better if we’re all in [effing] bikinis? Better for you, Craig, you [effing donkey]. Not better for me. Not better for my cellulite. Jesus.”
— One half of a sublime cell phone conversation overheard in the Columbia Heights Target this morning. Set it to music and make it a song of summer. (via washingtonpoststyle)
stay on the local news - they only cover rapes and murders!

(via fuckyeahbroadcity)

“There are no normal people, there are just different kinds of weird, all of it is human and all humanity is better than everything inhuman. So I urge you to keep expressing yourself as honestly as you can, and know that the backpedals and second-guesses really aren’t necessary - they don’t hurt but they’re wasting your time - because when you are truly human, as we all are, and when that is your honest message to anyone, you are beyond reproach, there is no way to screw it up.”
— Dan Harmon (via thetallestmanonearthh)

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maihudson:

Pina Bausch, Tanzteather Wuppertal, 1973.
"It began with controversy; in 1973 Pina Bausch was appointed director of dance for the Wuppertal theatres and the form she developed in those early years, a mixture of dance and theatre, was wholly unfamiliar. In her performances the players did not merely dance; they spoke, sang - and sometimes they cried or laughed too. But this strange new work succeeded in establishing itself. […] Dance theatre evolved into a unique genre, inspiring choreographers throughout the world and influencing theatre and classical ballet too.” +

maihudson:

Pina Bausch, Tanzteather Wuppertal, 1973.

"It began with controversy; in 1973 Pina Bausch was appointed director of dance for the Wuppertal theatres and the form she developed in those early years, a mixture of dance and theatre, was wholly unfamiliar. In her performances the players did not merely dance; they spoke, sang - and sometimes they cried or laughed too. But this strange new work succeeded in establishing itself. […] Dance theatre evolved into a unique genre, inspiring choreographers throughout the world and influencing theatre and classical ballet too.” +