Tuesday, April 15, 2014
I loved the film but hated Hugh Jackman in Valjean’s Confession - having said that, Eddie Redmayne’s “it must be so” down the octave was so beautiful it made me cry, it marks Marius’s turning-point as a character and was a really brave choice.

I loved the film but hated Hugh Jackman in Valjean’s Confession - having said that, Eddie Redmayne’s “it must be so” down the octave was so beautiful it made me cry, it marks Marius’s turning-point as a character and was a really brave choice.

Friday, April 11, 2014
people in the les mis fandom are incredible dogmatic about their beliefs (either value of characters, their sexuality etc.). Considering that hugo was against organized religion as a whole and considered passive christianity to be a cancer, it’s pretty ironic. please try to realize that textual interpretations may vary, and it says nothing of one’s politics, or even one’s correctness. 

people in the les mis fandom are incredible dogmatic about their beliefs (either value of characters, their sexuality etc.). Considering that hugo was against organized religion as a whole and considered passive christianity to be a cancer, it’s pretty ironic. please try to realize that textual interpretations may vary, and it says nothing of one’s politics, or even one’s correctness. 

I’m just getting into Les Mis, but listening to the movie version of A Little Fall of Rain brought me to tears, and I don’t say that lightly. I almost never cry for media.

I’m just getting into Les Mis, but listening to the movie version of A Little Fall of Rain brought me to tears, and I don’t say that lightly. I almost never cry for media.

I grew up with my grandfather singing Gavroche’s song (“Je suis tombé par terre…”) all the time. I thought he was the one who made it up, so when I discovered Les Misérables, I felt like I was already a part of the story. If Gavroche didn’t die, he would have become like my grandfather.

I grew up with my grandfather singing Gavroche’s song (“Je suis tombé par terre…”) all the time. I thought he was the one who made it up, so when I discovered Les Misérables, I felt like I was already a part of the story. If Gavroche didn’t die, he would have become like my grandfather.

Friday, April 4, 2014
I recently bought a mud mask to cleanse  my face and after washing the mask off I felt exceptionally beautiful, not because of my smoother skin but because some mud stains had remained on my cheeks making me look like Éponine. This made me so impossible happy. I really hope to play her someday.

I recently bought a mud mask to cleanse  my face and after washing the mask off I felt exceptionally beautiful, not because of my smoother skin but because some mud stains had remained on my cheeks making me look like Éponine. This made me so impossible happy. I really hope to play her someday.

I would kill to see Willemijn Verkaik play Fantine.

I would kill to see Willemijn Verkaik play Fantine.

Thursday, April 3, 2014
I love les amis in both the brick and the musical, but I noticed that they seem to have cut Bahorel and mixed his character with R’s (R is more sociable, his relationship with Gavroche etc.). I still love the musical of course but sometimes it makes me sad that they cut one of my favourite characters.

I love les amis in both the brick and the musical, but I noticed that they seem to have cut Bahorel and mixed his character with R’s (R is more sociable, his relationship with Gavroche etc.). I still love the musical of course but sometimes it makes me sad that they cut one of my favourite characters.

Wednesday, April 2, 2014
I don’t think Eponine needs a pretty voice. I just don’t think she needs to sound too disparate. Yes, she loves Marius, but she’s a tough girl, she can deal. 

I don’t think Eponine needs a pretty voice. I just don’t think she needs to sound too disparate. Yes, she loves Marius, but she’s a tough girl, she can deal. 

I am the only one on earth who hates Quast’s Javert with a passion. There are so many other Javerts I’m in love with and I like Quast’s other work in other shows. I just really hate his Javert and I’ll skip over his parts, which breaks my heart because that’s my favorite character.

I am the only one on earth who hates Quast’s Javert with a passion. There are so many other Javerts I’m in love with and I like Quast’s other work in other shows. I just really hate his Javert and I’ll skip over his parts, which breaks my heart because that’s my favorite character.

Tuesday, March 4, 2014
overall, I really liked the les mis movie, but when I watch les mis on the stage, valjean and javert are my two favorite characters. when I watch them as played by hugh jackman and russell crowe, I really couldn’t care less about them

overall, I really liked the les mis movie, but when I watch les mis on the stage, valjean and javert are my two favorite characters. when I watch them as played by hugh jackman and russell crowe, I really couldn’t care less about them

I have a terrible pet peeve about the fandom having an incredibly Anglo-centric view of the nineteenth century, particularly in regard to homosexual laws and religion. I don’t care how pedantic this makes me, please try to actually understand your setting and Hugo’s influences and undertones.

I have a terrible pet peeve about the fandom having an incredibly Anglo-centric view of the nineteenth century, particularly in regard to homosexual laws and religion. I don’t care how pedantic this makes me, please try to actually understand your setting and Hugo’s influences and undertones.

I really want to play a ‘lovely lady’ I don’t know why. I don’t find it to be a glamorous role, because it isn’t. I find Lovely Ladies one of the saddest scenes along with Master of The House because it talks about how over run by capital the human race has become and how desperate we are for it. I find these two scenes most relevant to our society today which makes me even more sad.

I really want to play a ‘lovely lady’ I don’t know why. I don’t find it to be a glamorous role, because it isn’t. I find Lovely Ladies one of the saddest scenes along with Master of The House because it talks about how over run by capital the human race has become and how desperate we are for it. I find these two scenes most relevant to our society today which makes me even more sad.

I prefer it when Cosette is a brunette and Eponine a blonde, I feel these hair colors suit them.

I prefer it when Cosette is a brunette and Eponine a blonde, I feel these hair colors suit them.

I hope that Ramin Karimloo plays Javert someday.

I hope that Ramin Karimloo plays Javert someday.

Ramin Karimloo and Hadley Fraser were one of the best Valjean/Javert duos I’ve ever seen.

Ramin Karimloo and Hadley Fraser were one of the best Valjean/Javert duos I’ve ever seen.