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Those cheekbones...

I spent two hours this afternoon sitting less than ten feet from James Marsters, who was reading the part of Jack for L. A. Theatre Works's in-performance live recording of "The Importance of Being Earnest" (the latest in their "The Play's the Thing" series). I dare say I wasn't the only woman in the audience willing to kill to have cheekbones like his....

Thanks to a certain someone on my flist who's been feeding me "Torchwood" Captain Jack/Captain John snippets (that "Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang" YouTube clip, and the fic that was based on it), I kept expecting Marsters to suddenly drop the Oscar Wilde lines in favour of saying things like "Bikini Cop!" *headdesk*

You can find out more about L.A. Theatre Works here: http://www.latw.org/about/about.aspx

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babycakesin
Jun. 21st, 2009 01:12 pm (UTC)
I dare say I wasn't the only woman in the audience willing to kill to have cheekbones like his....
Men have it easy sometimes lol
pride_of_erin
Jun. 22nd, 2009 05:28 am (UTC)
I'm just jealous of you for getting to be that close to James Marsters - guh. I still carry a torch for angsty ol' Spike...
aswanargent
Jun. 23rd, 2009 06:56 am (UTC)
Now, see, I never watched Buffy, and I'm afraid I'm a little too old to be excited by the goth look. I'll take my vampires suave and elegant (like Frank Langella in Dracula, or David Bowie in The Hunger).
pride_of_erin
Jun. 23rd, 2009 09:20 am (UTC)
Oh, I'm not really into the goth look either - I only developed a thing for Spike in the last couple of seasons, because he developed a desperate, love-hate obsession with Buffy, which led to a lot fucked-up, Chris Keller-eque behaviour. What can I say, I have a certain type. LOL
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