Let your fantasies unwind
Phantom related blog
You can call me Cherith.
Christine Daae stan.
“What a pity!” said Combeferre. “What hideous things these butcheries are! Come, when there are no more kings, there will be no more war. Enjolras, you are taking aim at that sergeant, you are not looking at him. Fancy, he is a charming young man; he is intrepid; it is evident that he is thoughtful; those young artillery-men are very well educated; he has a father, a mother, a family; he is probably in love; he is not more than five and twenty at the most; he might be your brother.”
“He is,” said Enjolras.
“Yes,” replied Combeferre, “he is mine too. Well, let us not kill him.”
“Let me alone. It must be done.”
And a tear trickled slowly down Enjolras’ marble cheek.
Victor Hugo, Les Misérables Volume V, Chapter VIII, AKA The Moment That Made Me Fall In Love with Combeferre and Enjolras Simultaneously (via stonecarapace) —
Killian Donnelly’s transformation into a fair maiden:
► part 1 is here
► part 2
Hugh Panaro and Samantha Hill
I Have Brought You/The Music of the Night | Alexander Lewis
Sydney, September 11, 2008
Jonathan Roxmouth during the Phantom of the Opera Manila press preview in 2012.
[AGGRESSIVELY CRIES OVER MUSICALS]
Sorry for the hold up, guys. We had to put R&H week on hold due to exams and inability to plan - so here’s “Maria” sung by Jeremy Jordan from his time in West Side Story.