somewhere inside, i'm pretty sure we all have a miserable secret to share.
all confessions are welcome, whether nitpicking the book/musical, just pure unadulterated praise for victor hugo's chef-d'œuvre, or anything at all in between. send in your ideas via requests (bulk requests are fine), or submit your own graphics.
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so please: sit back, relax, and enjoy the show.
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i feel weird seeing all the craig mather marius love because, even if i didn’t know him, he went to my secondary school and left the year before i came and is friends with my friends and it’s just weird to have that connection. (image courtesy ach-nein)
i don’t get the hate some people have for craig rather’s marius. why does marius need to be older and more mature? i found craig to be a very brick-accurate marius; he acted like a boyish man more than a grown man, he was lovey-dovey at the right moments, and he wasn’t too close with éponine before “a little fall of rain”. he controls his cuteness and awkwardness as well. people seem to forget marius is just 21 in the book and an introverted dreamer.
i’ve only seen les misérables in london once so i can’t judge very well, but i would say that anyone wishing to play marius after craig mather has a sky high standard to meet. i have never seen the death of éponine played with such soul and heartbreak, and i’m glad someone finally did it.