Hey guys! Honestly it's going to take a lot of time for me to get used to this articles thing and I don't think I will be constantly writing. (I feel like I should make some kind of "about me" post though) If you have been following me for the past four years, you may have noticed that my intrests change quite a lot. And you may noticed that I started doing some sort of "Musical Aesthetics" for the musicals I saw and/or listened.

I've always been intrested in musicals, since I was 12 but after listening Hamilton soundtrack and finally being able to see West Side Story (this is the first time I'm watching a musical live by the way.) I started getting more and more into the musicals than ever. Also doing aesthetics/moodboards is really fun so I started making this collections about musicals with the images that remind me of them.

So this is a list of my all current musical related collections for any of you who are intrested. (also for me, so it will be easier for me to manage them.) P.S. I tried to keep this spoiler free as possible, but there are some spoilers which I could not avoid. So read at you own risk!

1.Hamilton- An American Musical

It's a hip-hop/rap musical about life of Alexander Hamilton, first treasury secretary of United States. Makes you wonder why you're crying about a founding father. Music, lyrics and book by Lin-Manuel Miranda.

2. West Side Story

Inspired by the classic love story of Romeo and Juliet, but it takes place in New York City in 1950's and instead of two families there's two gangs: Sharks (from Puerto Rico) and Jets (the white gang). Book by Arthur Laurents, music by Leonard Bernstein and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim.

3.Phantom of the Opera

It's adapted from the famous novel by Gaston Leroux, Phantom of the Opera. The musical tells the story of the "Phantom" a musical prodigy with a deformed face and his deep obsession (I won't call it love, sorry) with a promising young soprano named Christine. Book by Richard Stilgoe, Andrew Lloyd Webber; music by Andrew Llyod Webber and lyrics by Richard Stilgoe, Charles Hart.

4. Into the Woods

"Be careful for what you wish for." This musical is about the Baker and his wife, the witch, Jack, Little Red, Cindrella and Rapunzel. If you love a good happy ending, don't listen to Act 2. Book by James Lapine, Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim.

5. Les Misérables

Bring in your tissues and be ready to cry about some French people. This musical takes place in 19th century, after French Revolution. It's adapted from the famous novel by Victor Hugo and every single charachter has a tragic backstory. Book and lyrics by Alain Boublil, music by Claude-Michel Schönberg.

6.In the Heights

With the music that makes you want to dance around, In the Heights tells to story of residents of Washington Heights, NYC and their struggles of being an immigrant. Everyone has a dream, every dream requires a lot of money. And one day one of them wins 96,000 dolars... Music and lyrics by Lin Manuel Miranda and book by Quiara Alegria Hudes.

7.Heathers the Musical

Based on the cult teen movie from 1989, Heathers. It begins as a normal high school story with bullies, popular mean girls, jocks and then a boy named J.D. walks into the Westenberg highschool. Book, music and lyrics by Kevin Murphy, Laurence "Larry" O'Keefe.

8. Dear Evan Hansen

A musical takes place in 21. century, with teens, high school and social media. After Connor Murphy commits suicide, Evan Hansen, a boy with social anxiety founds himself starring in a twisted story. Music and lyrics by Benj Pasek, Justin Paul.

9. The Last Five Years

It's the musical where relationships are flawed, both charachters are guilty and for some reason time passes in a weird way. Book, lyrics and music by Jason Robert Brown.

10. The Lightning Theif

Adapted from Rick Riordan's famous book series. It's about our favorite demigod Percy Jackson, accidently finds himself in a world of angry Greek Gods, monsters and some other demigods just like him.Book by Joe Tracz, music and lyrics by Rob Rokicki. (Plus they have a blond Annabeth)

11. Spring Awakening

A rock musical about sexual awakening and consequences of not giving children proper sex education based on Frank Wedekind's play. Also some rebellion, teenage suicide, rape and homosexuality. Book and lyrics by Steven Sater and music by Duncan Sheik.

12. Newsies

Over energetic, tap dancing and charming newsboys (played by thirty years old guys) organize a strike against New York World's publisher when he raises the prices for newspapers. Also inclueds an amazing reporter named Katherine and she has a song (unlike the movie.) Side effects: Makes you want to tap dance and/or rebel against the system. Book by Harvey Fierstein, music by Alan Menken and lyrics by Jack Feldman

Upcoming (?): A Chorus Line; Natasha, Pierre and Greaf Comet of 1812