If you haven’t heard, Digital Theatre has announced today that The Crucible will be available for download on March 17.
Dear Lovely Person at Digital Theatre who decided to make this announcement today,
This is a wonderful birthday present. Makes me forget for a while that my birthday was only a couple of months ago even though others who know me say that was a whole year ago. Whatever.
And Abby is also celebrating since it’s her birthday too.
Yeah, I’d say this day is getting off to a great start. Cheers!
A crazy fan of some guy in The Crucible cast.
P.S. Thank you for not provoking me to use unsavory language.
Marlise Boland is on it.
Thank you, Marlise. I appreciate all that you’re doing!
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The control freak in me is begging to do this, so I’ve relented.
My favorite questions for the September 12th #AskArmitage Twitter event:
I did not see one of these, so I had to ask!
I’m sure some others have asked this, but I didn’t see any. Plus, it doesn’t hurt to get it in more than once. :D
One of you sent me a private message or an email or some form of online communication where you said you were going to the play the same day as the “In Conversation” event, but you did not have a ticket to the talk. I’ve looked in vain for your communication but don’t remember who you are. Please get in touch with me as I might have a ticket for you. I’ll tell you whom it’s from if it works out.
If you send me a note or message, I will cross check against my others, so no fakers here. :D
That is all.
Some of you remember Meg from back in June. Well, she got to see The Crucible again and shares the experience in great detail. Enjoy:
Thursday, 21 August 2014
London – food, friends and Richard Armitage.
I wish that I could say that yesterday’s weather was lovely – the one time I actually dress for the sunny weather, a chilly breeze decided to appear, so thanks for that mother nature!
(I want this bus…badly. And it’s contents too if possible!!)
Read the rest here
And Meg is far from alone in attending more than once. There are some people who have attended upwards of eight times. At least eight is the most viewings I know about. I’ll bet there are some who have attended more. :D
Some of you (and you know who you are) need to share publicly what it’s like to see this several times. If you’re not comfortable, I completely get it, but I hate that there are only a handful of us who have gotten to hear about it. Those of us who are not able to attend will take all the crumbs we can get. We may be deluded into thinking we might make a loaf out of it somehow. :p
I have a solution — for some of you. I will be happy to buy some of those tickets for what you paid for them. Not kidding.
So let me know. :D
And if any other Armitage Fans want to join me in this effort, feel free.