Eurydice (eurydice72) wrote,
Eurydice
eurydice72

I have a confession to make. I'm *sooooo* freakin' jealous of everybody who's going to see James this Saturday on stage that I can't see straight. The concerts I don't care about, but...he's doing theatrical monologues! On stage! In a theater! Yeah, it's great to see him on Smallville now, but nothing----and I NOTHING---compares to live performance, it doesn't matter who the actor is. Well, to me, anyway. Even when the show sucks, there's something about me being in a theater that just makes me feel more alive than I do anywhere else.

But when the show is good, and the actors are right on...guh...I'm just melting in my chair here, reliving some of the performances I've been fortunate to see.

Like...Jessica Lange and Charles Dance in "Long Day's Journey Into Night."
Like...John Malkovich playing Pale in "Burn This."
Like...Michael Maguire in "Les Miserables."

The list goes on. I have to stop before I melt all over the place.

So, yeah. Jealous here. Freely admitting it. Hoping that pictures or video of it *somehow* turn up.

And god, do I need to see a play soon...
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