Just in case no one told you today:
- Good morning
- You’re beautiful
- I love you
- Nice butt
BIRDCAGE, PROBABLY 19TH CENTURY. Metal wire, sheet metal, gessoed and painted wood. 1972-25-1-a,b
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i’m actually really glad i saw this, wow
That last one is priceless
i’m already black
STYNE: sorry i couldn’t be there. what did you guys come up with?
SONDHEIM: you’re gonna love it. A nervous breakdown in a song, manic, angry.
STYNE: …? Really? I leave for one night?
HERMAN: wait, Merman’s not playing Dolly?
HERMAN: but i wrote all these big melodies… ok so we’ll get mary martin?
HERMAN: so… who?
MERRICK: carol channing.
MERRICK: just figure it out.
SONDHEIM: you know who would be perfect to date? a pilot.
SONDHEIM: yeah, you know they’ll give you days upon days of space. it’s really quite ideal.
FURTH: … but they do always come back.
FURTH: … and they probably have 4 of you scattered about the country, and you only have 1 of…
PRINCE: here’s to us… who’s like us…
SONDHEIM: oh, you
PRINCE: i really love the draft so far. but…can we just make sure… amidst the pathos… there’s a fun song in there that people will walk out humming?
SONDHEIM: srsly? did you even read the second half?
RODGERS: so i think i have a title: Habit Your Way
RODGERS: Let Them Habit
RODGER: Nuns A’Plenty
HAMMERSTEIN: 6 Kids Too Many
RODGER: Mary Martin Bones Your Dad And Makes You Wear a Curtain
HAMMERSTEIN: … : The Nazical
More Art Monday: Bastille Day
Happy July 14 to our French friends! As every French town is organizing its own ball to celebrate it and every woman is getting ready to be the most beautiful, discover the Museum’s collection of ball gowns and accessories. Which one would you chose to go dancing in on Bastille Day?
“Ball of the Bastille,” 1790, Louis Le Coeur
“Woman’s Evening Dress: Bodice and Skirt,” 1850-55, Artist/maker unknown, French
“Fan,” 1905-10, Alexandre
“Bag,” 1920, Artist/maker unknown, Austrian
“Woman’s Shoes,” 1895, Label Alexander, New York
“Bouquet Holder,” 1850, Artist/maker unknown, French
“Bracelet,” 1849, Artist/maker unknown, French