Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Anonymous said: Since I've started following your confessions I've felt a lot better about my passion to play Marius on stage, despite being female. It's nice to know I'm not in my own.

Thank you! I’m sorry there’s been a lack of them lately, but I just moved, and its been really hectic. I promise there’s more coming! 

Anonymous said: Question about the movie: Did George Blagden hold Aaron Tveit's hand? Because to me it looks like he put his hand on his back or something, sorry my eye sight from 0 to 10 is -1000

George said in an interview that he did put his hand on his back at one take, but I’m not sure if that was the take that made it into the movie. If you look at the screen cap of the moment it self, you can see George’s hand on his back in the shot before they’re shot, but then they’re not touching when they actually get shot. Here’s the photo for you though! 

Sunday, August 10, 2014

Anonymous said: How can you submit on mobile?

I don’t think Tumblr allows mobile submissions- sorry!

Friday, August 8, 2014

Anonymous said: this is probably a dumb question, but why is it so common to see grantaire referred to/protrayed as an artist by fans? I've been really confused because I was looking through the Brick to try and see if R really was an artist but couldn't find anything... is that just a generally accepted fanon or is R actually an artist of some sort in the book?

I actually don’t know, but thats a good question! Can anyone help us out? :) 

Wednesday, July 9, 2014
I’d give my right arm to play Javert; I adore his passion. Alas, I am female and cannot sing.

I’d give my right arm to play Javert; I adore his passion. Alas, I am female and cannot sing.

Monday, July 7, 2014
It never fails to amuse me how, in the 25AC, someone as unattractive as Karimloo was cast as Enjolras and someone as handsome as Fraser was cast as Grantaire.

It never fails to amuse me how, in the 25AC, someone as unattractive as Karimloo was cast as Enjolras and someone as handsome as Fraser was cast as Grantaire.

Anonymous said: Hello! I actually don't really know how to use tumblr, but I had a question about one of your pictures. Its the one with the caption "i love how grantaire responds to enjolras’ rudeness towards him: “what a fine statue!” " I was wondering if you knew what version of the play that was? Or who the actors were? I tried to search online, but it kept coming back to that picture you posted and I'm kind of useless when it comes to the internet. Thanks!

Its from the book, in the description of Grantaire :) 

I couldn’t accept “Suddenly” as a part of Les Mis until I heard it sung by John Owen-Jones

I couldn’t accept “Suddenly” as a part of Les Mis until I heard it sung by John Owen-Jones

 Lea Michele’s voice is too high pitched to be Éponine. She would better off being Cosette because either Dianna Agron or Naya Rivera have better voices for it.

 Lea Michele’s voice is too high pitched to be Éponine. She would better off being Cosette because either Dianna Agron or Naya Rivera have better voices for it.

when I discovered that Carrie Hope Fletcher was staying on as Éponine for 2014-2015, I cried, and NOT with happiness. I’d really hoped we’d get another three-dimensional Éponine. Alas, not everyone can do with their acting what Danielle Hope, Nancy Sullivan, Frances Rufelle, and over in the states Celia Keenan-Bolger, were able to do - but I have to say, Carrie does at least have a superior singing voice to most.

when I discovered that Carrie Hope Fletcher was staying on as Éponine for 2014-2015, I cried, and NOT with happiness. I’d really hoped we’d get another three-dimensional Éponine. Alas, not everyone can do with their acting what Danielle Hope, Nancy Sullivan, Frances Rufelle, and over in the states Celia Keenan-Bolger, were able to do - but I have to say, Carrie does at least have a superior singing voice to most.

Sunday, July 6, 2014
I love Ramin Karimloo in everything he’s ever done. But I cannot stand his Valjean, and it breaks my heart, because Broadway is my only chance to see Les Mis, and I’ve been a fan for 13 years now. I wish I could see any other Valjean but his.

I love Ramin Karimloo in everything he’s ever done. But I cannot stand his Valjean, and it breaks my heart, because Broadway is my only chance to see Les Mis, and I’ve been a fan for 13 years now. I wish I could see any other Valjean but his.

the only times i’ve ever felt bad for being born as a girl, and then grow to identify as one too, is when i think of how i much i really want to play enjolras or marius in a stage production of les mis.

the only times i’ve ever felt bad for being born as a girl, and then grow to identify as one too, is when i think of how i much i really want to play enjolras or marius in a stage production of les mis.

my school is putting on a production of les mis and i could not be happier. the thing is my dream role of roles is eponine: i have the voice for it, i can act it, i know all her lines off by heart, my family knows i have the emotion and capability to play her. the thing is, i’m in eighth grade and i know i will never be given the chance to play eponine.

my school is putting on a production of les mis and i could not be happier. the thing is my dream role of roles is eponine: i have the voice for it, i can act it, i know all her lines off by heart, my family knows i have the emotion and capability to play her. the thing is, i’m in eighth grade and i know i will never be given the chance to play eponine.