What Literally Makes You Cry?

Jordan Catalano
Broadway Legend
joined:10/9/05
What Literally Makes You Cry?
Posted: 9/18/13 at 06:25pm
I mean, like, totally besides Alli Mauzey going into like Wicked or Patina Miller y'know, getting like a movie role and or whatever and continuing like her career and stuff, what else literally makes you cry?

For me it's stuff like literally finding out that PIPPIN runs like 2 and a half hours long or that FIRST DATE is playing at the Longacre and stuff like that or that THE ED SHOW is back on weekdays and everything.
"I think Glee is way too sharp, smart, witty, clever and emotionally confronting for the masses." - Dave19 - "What's next? Snow Black and the 7 Swaggers? Shasquirta and the Beast? 101 Weavematians? Willis in Ghettoland?" - Dave19, in reference to the new ANNIE remake.
aasjb4ever
Broadway Legend
joined:3/29/09
What Literally Makes You Cry?
Posted: 9/18/13 at 06:44pm
LEAVE MaddieBB12 ALONE

LEAVE HER ALONE
What a colossal piece of crap! It'll probably run for years.
CATSNYrevival
Broadway Legend
joined:3/1/04
What Literally Makes You Cry?
Posted: 9/18/13 at 06:45pm
Literally? Moon River. Every time.

That's right! Underscore mother-fu@#ers!
icedtea
Swing
joined:6/29/13
jv92
Broadway Legend
joined:11/4/05
What Literally Makes You Cry?
Posted: 9/18/13 at 07:03pm
Jordan, while I would love to be a bitch right now, this is a valid question, and as a cryer, I'll answer.

The end of MOST HAPPY FELLA...last scene around when Tony asks Rosabella her real name.
The end (graduation scene) of CAROUSEL.
The ends of both acts of SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE.
"Something Was Missing" and that happy little song the two of them sing right after ("Together At Last"...? I'm having a senior moment, and I'm not at all old) in ANNIE. (Shoot me. I'm really lame.)

I've realized that much of what I've written involves the end of various shows, but honestly, who cries at the beginning of a show?
Jordan Catalano
Broadway Legend
joined:10/9/05
What Literally Makes You Cry?
Posted: 9/18/13 at 07:04pm
That totes makes me cry, too. So you're totes not alone in that.
"I think Glee is way too sharp, smart, witty, clever and emotionally confronting for the masses." - Dave19 - "What's next? Snow Black and the 7 Swaggers? Shasquirta and the Beast? 101 Weavematians? Willis in Ghettoland?" - Dave19, in reference to the new ANNIE remake.
jv92
Broadway Legend
joined:11/4/05
What Literally Makes You Cry?
Posted: 9/18/13 at 07:05pm
I'm totes so happy. Like totes.
ultraviolet99
Swing
joined:5/5/12
What Literally Makes You Cry?
Posted: 9/18/13 at 07:15pm
Matthew James Thomas.
Jordan Catalano
Broadway Legend
joined:10/9/05
What Literally Makes You Cry?
Posted: 9/18/13 at 07:20pm
He hits you, doesn't he?
"I think Glee is way too sharp, smart, witty, clever and emotionally confronting for the masses." - Dave19 - "What's next? Snow Black and the 7 Swaggers? Shasquirta and the Beast? 101 Weavematians? Willis in Ghettoland?" - Dave19, in reference to the new ANNIE remake.
quizking101
Broadway Legend
joined:12/25/09
What Literally Makes You Cry?
Posted: 9/18/13 at 08:00pm
*grabs deck of Cards Against Humanity*

*draws card*

...THE PRIMAL BALL-SLAPPING SEX YOUR PARENTS ARE HAVING RIGHT NOW.
N2N Nate.
Broadway Star
joined:7/11/13
What Literally Makes You Cry?
Posted: 9/18/13 at 08:16pm
N2N.
So Lauren Bacall me, anything goes! *wink*
Liza's Headband
Broadway Legend
joined:5/28/13
What Literally Makes You Cry?
Posted: 9/18/13 at 08:19pm
N2N Nate./broadway guy does it for me.
"I'm fine, and my hips are fine. My false knee is fine. My false hips are fine. Everything's cooking." -Liza
fashionguru_23
Broadway Star
joined:4/21/08
What Literally Makes You Cry?
Posted: 9/18/13 at 08:20pm
Any version of Judy Garland singing "Over the Rainbow"

The last 15 minutes of Blood Brothers
"The 54th Street[theatre] had a rep as. . .where old musicals went to die." -Smaxie
all that jazz
Broadway Legend
joined:4/5/12
What Literally Makes You Cry?
Posted: 9/18/13 at 08:28pm
The first 15 times I watched the clip, Elaine's Memory.

Almost everything that comes after On My Own in Les Mis, specially the finale.
GoSmileLaughCryClap
Broadway Star
joined:3/25/05
What Literally Makes You Cry?
Posted: 9/18/13 at 08:31pm
Last episode of Six Feet Under.
Jordan Catalano
Broadway Legend
joined:10/9/05
What Literally Makes You Cry?
Posted: 9/18/13 at 08:32pm
LITERALLY.
"I think Glee is way too sharp, smart, witty, clever and emotionally confronting for the masses." - Dave19 - "What's next? Snow Black and the 7 Swaggers? Shasquirta and the Beast? 101 Weavematians? Willis in Ghettoland?" - Dave19, in reference to the new ANNIE remake.
TheatreDiva90016
Broadway Legend
joined:4/10/04
What Literally Makes You Cry?
Posted: 9/18/13 at 08:33pm
A not so GBT
"TheatreDiva90016 - another good reason to frequent these boards less."<<>> I hesitate to give this line of discussion the validation it so desperately craves by perpetuating it, but the light from logic is getting further and further away with your every successive post. <<>> -whatever2
suestorm
Broadway Legend
joined:1/15/13
What Literally Makes You Cry?
Posted: 9/18/13 at 08:33pm
The show Cold Case gets me everytime. At the end when the dead person sees his murder is solved and the present day characters look back at their young hopeful versions of themselves their friendz their lovers and thi k of what couldve be. They're on TNT and i just this munute watched a good one with a young Laura Bell Bundy playing sally bowles in a production of Cabarate! Cried my eyes out.

I also cry at pretty much any show..... Once, Cinderella, Golden Boy, First Date.
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N2N Nate.
Broadway Star
joined:7/11/13
What Literally Makes You Cry?
Posted: 9/18/13 at 08:34pm
Last episode of 30 Rock.
So Lauren Bacall me, anything goes! *wink*
suestorm
Broadway Legend
joined:1/15/13
What Literally Makes You Cry?
Posted: 9/18/13 at 08:35pm
The show Cold Case gets me everytime. At the end when the dead person sees his murder is solved and the present day characters look back at their young hopeful versions of themselves their friendz their lovers and thi k of what couldve been. They're on TNT and i just this minute watched a good one with a young Laura Bell Bundy playing sally bowles in a production of Cabarate! Cried my eyes out.

I also cry at pretty much any show..... Once, Cinderella, Golden Boy, First Date.

FINDINGNAMO, SNAFU, THEATERDIVE, JORDANCATALONO, LIZASHEADBAND, PALJOEY: You all claim to "IGNORE ME" I wish you would and stop constantly commenting on my posts. Thanks ...................................................................................................................................... The MOST POPULAR and DANGEROUS Poster on BWW! Banned by the PTA, PTC and the MEANGIRLS of BWW..................................................................................................................... ...Ukraine Girls really knock me out, they leave the west behind..........................
Updated On: 9/18/13 at 08:35 PM
jv92
Broadway Legend
joined:11/4/05
What Literally Makes You Cry?
Posted: 9/18/13 at 08:36pm
That last episode confused me more than anything.
TheatreDiva90016
Broadway Legend
joined:4/10/04
What Literally Makes You Cry?
Posted: 9/18/13 at 08:36pm
Oh, and potato farts.

They burn my eyes.
"TheatreDiva90016 - another good reason to frequent these boards less."<<>> I hesitate to give this line of discussion the validation it so desperately craves by perpetuating it, but the light from logic is getting further and further away with your every successive post. <<>> -whatever2
GoSmileLaughCryClap
Broadway Star
joined:3/25/05
What Literally Makes You Cry?
Posted: 9/18/13 at 08:37pm
OK then, onions.
Liza's Headband
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joined:5/28/13
What Literally Makes You Cry?
Posted: 9/18/13 at 08:38pm
The glorious vision I once had of "Jordan Catalano" in my head going from this




TO THIS



I literally cried for days over this bleach job.
"I'm fine, and my hips are fine. My false knee is fine. My false hips are fine. Everything's cooking." -Liza
Jordan Catalano
Broadway Legend
joined:10/9/05
What Literally Makes You Cry?
Posted: 9/18/13 at 08:40pm
"I think Glee is way too sharp, smart, witty, clever and emotionally confronting for the masses." - Dave19 - "What's next? Snow Black and the 7 Swaggers? Shasquirta and the Beast? 101 Weavematians? Willis in Ghettoland?" - Dave19, in reference to the new ANNIE remake.
Eris0303
Broadway Legend
joined:7/30/07
What Literally Makes You Cry?
Posted: 9/18/13 at 08:40pm
I'm a crier so there are many moments in movies, shows, books, etc that makes me cry. I even get teary at the episode of Happy Days where Richie and Fonzie are saying goodbye.

Since there are many triggers I'm just going to list one thing that always gets me. Hearing a great score played on a full orchestra. The first time I saw South Pacific at Lincoln Center I started crying during the Overture.
"All our dreams can come true -- if we have the courage to pursue them." -- Walt Disney We must have different Gods. My God said "do to others what you would have them do to you". Your God seems to have said "My Way or the Highway".

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