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❛ so mary poppins put on her white gloves and tucked her umbrella under her arms - not because it was raining but because it had such a beautiful handle that she couldn't possibly leave at home. besides, mary poppins was very vain and liked to look her best.❜
 ❛indeed, she was quite sure she never looked anything else. ❜~ Mary Poppins by P.L. Travers

Guess where Mary got her vanity from? 
SOULMATES ALERT ♥
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❛ so mary poppins put on her white gloves and tucked her umbrella under her arms - not because it was raining but because it had such a beautiful handle that she couldn't possibly leave at home. besides, mary poppins was very vain and liked to look her best.❜
 ❛indeed, she was quite sure she never looked anything else. ❜~ Mary Poppins by P.L. Travers

Guess where Mary got her vanity from? 
SOULMATES ALERT ♥
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savingpltravers:

❛ so mary poppins put on her white gloves and tucked her umbrella 
under her arms - not because it was raining but because it had such
a beautiful handle that she couldn't possibly leave at home.
besides, mary poppins was very
vain and liked to look her best.❜
 ❛indeed, she was quite sure she never looked anything else. ❜

~ Mary Poppins by P.L. Travers

Guess where Mary got her vanity from? 

SOULMATES ALERT 

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me2ism:

I Have Dreamed" from The King and I (1992 Studio Cast)

music Richard Rodgers lyric Oscar Hammerstein II

performance Peabo Bryson, Lea Salonga

If Lea Salonga is perfect casting for Tuptim, her pairing with Peabo Bryson is strange, if ultimately rewarding. Bryson is appropriately restrained (though part of me wanted him to give it the “Beauty and the Beast”/”A Whole New World" treatment), and his voice blends well with Salonga’s. The full-voiced belting in their respective takes on "In these dreams, I’ve loved you so / That by now I think, I know” is particularly satisfying (though I wish this arrangement included Lun Tha’s echoes to Tuptim). 

 

For further reading, check out my The King and I series of posts at me2ism.net!

Let’s be honest Christopher Walken as Captain Hook is probably going to be the performance of the decade