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Les Miserables

Translating a piece of classic literature to a new medium is a task that ought be handled with respect and caution. Masterpieces like Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables contain themes, characters, and even lines that are so vital to the story that altering or omitting them would be distasteful and irreverent. 1,747 more words

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Les Misérables

Today’s post was inspired by one of my favorite novels by no less favorite Victor Hugo – Les Misérables. I remember how much I was impressed by this novel, I like to re-read it time to time. 166 more words

ICYMI: We Like Aaron Tveit

I couldn’t even come up with a good title for this post. It’s just that simple. Aaron played Roger in another life (another day) and TBH he’s one of the best ones I’ve seen in Rent. 2,185 more words
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Decoding the Les Miserables look.

If you’ve watched the musical “Les Miserables,” one of the things you’d have noticed was the actors being made up to look dirty but still stage-ready in terms of appearance. 729 more words

Recap: April Goals

For once I’m on time in doing my recap of the previous month. :)

TRAVEL

  • Road trip with Richard

I think I can say it was more than a road trip. 555 more words

Resolutions 2016

Phantom of the Opera Interview - Christine and Raoul

With all the excitement of the recent Olivier Award win for The Phantom of the Opera, we wanted to catch up with some of the lead cast members of the show – the lovely Celinde Schoenmaker (Christine Daeé) and Nadim Naaman (Raoul) and we brought along some of YOUR questions. 137 more words

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