A Very Musical Blog Party, Day 5: Favorite Theatre Males


HEYYYYYYYY YOUNG BLOODS.

Today's prompt is "Favorite Theatre Males".

Shall we get into it?

I think we shall.

5. Harold Hill (The Music Man)


Does anyone not love Harold Hill?

His sass and charm combined with inner struggle for money or love makes him one of my very favorites.

AND HE'S SUCH A LITTLE MUFFIN GUYS I CAN'T.

4. Bert (Mary Poppins)


Bert is just magical, let's be honest. When I was little, I always dreamed of coming out of my house to see him drawing on the sidewalk with chalk, offering to whisk me off to a faraway, magical land. His charm and quirkiness have landed him the number four spot on this list.

3. Moonface Martin (Anything Goes)

THERE WERE LITERALLY NO GOOD PICTURES OF HIM I'M SO SORRY.

Moonface is literally epic.

The 13th most wanted criminal in the world, it's his greatest ambition to become #1 - which he always fails at, one way or another. Full of sarcasm, hilarity, and wit, he has a way out of any situation, and is definitely one my favorite things out of the whole of Anything Goes.

2. Javert (Lés Miserables)


Eh, you've already heard me go on about him enough. Read about my love for him here and here.

BUT GUYS HE'S JUST SUCH AN ADORABLE CINNAMON ROLL I JUST. 

1. Master Thénardier (Lés Miserables)


Remember that nasty innkeeper I mentioned way back when? Well, this is him. Determined to swindle his customers out of every last penny in their pockets, Thénardier commands the stage with an insane and somewhat morbid intensity. A true gutter rat, after the disaster at the barricades, he (*spoiler*) goes and scrounges around in the gutters for valuables to pick off the dead bodies of the revolutionaries. (*end spoiler*) Most people hate him, but I have a love for the villain and can't help but adore him.

(tbh if I could play any character in Lés Miserables I would probably play him.)

(I know. I'm weird.)

Well, that's all for today. Plant a tree, hug a dwarf, and remember that you are all very beautiful pickles. :)

Namarië,
Ellie

7 comments:

  1. I thought I was going to watch les miserables this morning, but I wound up watching the Simpsons instead.....*shaaame*
    Ok Netflix didn't have les miserables for streaming. It'll be coming in the mail sometime for me.
    I WILL LET YOU KNOW!

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    1. BAD GWEN.
      Nah, nah, it's okay. BUT YES YOU MUST.

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  2. Chim chim-in-ey, chim chim-in-ey, Chim chim cher-oo! Good luck will rub off when I shakes 'ands with you! ... Or blow me a kiss and that's lucky too!!" CAUSE BERT

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  3. Hey, Ellie, would you do a huge favor for me? I have this peition going to get A Tale of Two Cities released on DVD. Would you mind signing it and then sharing it on your blog? It is an incredible musical and I would love to see it. I only need 100 signatures, but I don't know many people and I can't figure out how to spread awareness of it. Anyway, thank you so much for your time, and for doing my musical party with me. - (here is the link in case you want it) https://www.change.org/p/barbara-sharp-producer-ron-sharp-producer-jill-santoriello-writer-creator-release-the-stage-performance-of-a-tale-of-two-cities-on-dvd)

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    1. Sure, I'll check it out! :)

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    2. Sorry, it wanted me to give my home address and I'm not allowed to do that. Good luck getting to 100, though!

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