Full face look, in the car on the way to the theatre. I kept trying to take photos from the window angle, but my husband kept making goofy faces from the driver's seat. I'm going to gripe and say how upset I get at most of my photos. I'm so unhappy with my size and I feel like I always look so large. My face has small features and to me, they look lost in the expanse of my cheeks. Lordeh but I need to stick with the treadmill and NO MORE cookies!
Here's me after taking a bunch of photos and realizing none of the shots were really going to show the look. I had a nice white sparkle and peach lids and the dreamy teal in the outer V and red lips. It's all not showing up- bah.
Jeff and I waiting for the show to start. He looks like a game show host. LOL look at me holding the programmes- DORKS!
The theatre and opening backdrop- I was told the paintings by Victor Hugo were part of the imaging and they really set a moody tone for the show.
The theatre in Salt Lake was built at the turn of the 20th century and was very opulent. Big sparkly chandeliers and lots of gold leaf. The oval in the ceiling was rimmed with grecian looking faces and lots of scrolls and molding.
Jenny Latimer, who played Cosette, and I at the restaurant after the show. My husband performed with her a few years ago in a musical and we got to visit for a little bit. Oh man....look at how small my face is. I look like I have a shrunken head! Why can't that apply to the rest of me!? She was darling though and such a lovely smile!
Overall we had a great time and I loved the play. It was wonderful to see it performed live and the orchestra was so vibrant and rich sounding. I loved the boom of the voices and the wonder of seeing a stage look like Paris in the moonlight. Brought back my memories of France. I miss it there so much. Oh man....here comes my husband lurking around while I type and he's going to start laughing at me for typing up all this stuff, so I'm going to cut it short LOL! Had a great time and if you've seen Les Mis- would love to hear your thoughts!