23623 wrote:@Phangirl: I love your new avatar! Thank you for giving me a ginger Éponine I need this very much you have no idea
After Phantom I've never dragged people who are not really interested to watch shows with me again. I mostly go on my own now, which I think is definitely better for both my friends and myself, as they don't have to suffer through my pre- and post-show ramblings and I can fully enjoy the performance.
Acaila wrote:I saw the most incredibly awful schools Ed production today. Like, wow.
Olivia_y wrote:I watched Follies last night, I saw Philip Quast singing live, and I was absolutely giddy.
The rest of the cast is fantastic as well, but I admit he was the reason I bought the ticket.
Sadly I didn't catch him at the stage door. I took too long to find where it was, and unlike Les MIs they don't need that much time to take off makeup etc so by the time I got there he was walking away with some people (I assume friends/family) and it seemed inappropriate to interrupt. (There were heaps of people at stage door but most were there for Imelda Staunton)
BTW for those who are in London (or can get here with ease): Philip and co-star Janice Dee will be doing a talk at the National Theatre next Thursday afternoon (14th September), tickets are £7 (£5 concession).
TheRandomPhangirl wrote:So, I've moved. I'm in my student accommodation now, and because I moved in on the day the contract started, there's no one else in my flat yet, apart from from an elusive roommate who I haven't actually seen yet.
I'm a little (read: lot) homesick, but I think that's mainly because I'm by myself and don't have a routine yet.
23623 wrote:So how do you like this musical? And did you go to the talk?
@ Prisoner 24653, tbh I think Earl Carpenter should have left Les Mis right after the 25th anniversary production. He was obviously very tired of the show already by the time he joined the Asian tour. Wish we could have seen some new people who actually have the passion do it.
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