"Though you know there’s so much more to find. Another dream, another love you’ll hold."
— Moritz, Those You’ve Known, Spring Awakening (via spock1013)
"The question is: Shame. What is its origin? And why are we hounded by its miserable shadow? Does the mare feel shame as she couples with a stallion? Are they deaf to everything their loins are telling them, until we grant them a marriage certificate? I think not. To my mind, Shame is nothing but a product of education."
"Wendla asks Melchior to beat her in order to set something off in her, and when he does, he sets something off in himself. Until this moment in the play, Melchior has let his mind completely control every move he makes. In doing what Wendla begs him to do, he, for the first time, “listens to the word of his body,” and is shocked and mortified at how it leads to such a violent act."
— Jonathan Groff; Spring Awakening: In the Flesh (via springawakeninglove)