Met Reeve Carney and Eva Noblezada after the show and that be my signed playbill in the middle.
Reeve Carney is a sweetheart. I told him that I really enjoyed watching him in Penny Dreadful and he gave me this quiet look of intrigue like he was trying to understand why anyone would remember his time on set as Dorian Gray, haha. He was so sweet and patient. And he had this very relaxed nature about him that you don't often get from stage actors, which was a really nice surprise. His take on Wait for Me ♫♪ was nothing short of brilliant. Gave me the chills. And the recording does not do him justice; you have to see it live. :']
Most of what he said to me the other night is still a blur but I do remember him telling me that he liked my bomber jacket when we took a photo together, haha.
And Eva? She's a ball of sunshine. So full of energy. Very expressive. And loud! So so so adorable and so much fun. This was my first time seeing her in anything and she was phenomenal. I wish they did more with Eurydice and her backstory, but I'd love to see Eva in more productions in the future omg. I'm a fan. ♥.
The rest of the cast were of course, first class. Amber Gray showed everyone how it was done as Persephone. André De Shields stayed on my mind as Hermes. Patrick Page killed it with Why We Build a Wall. And The Fates! Ugh.
I had a really good time. :>