Re: Lobby: After the play: Chris Fairchild & Hugh March
There was something about the after that Hugh nearly never tired of and it had been entirely too long since he'd had any after. When he'd first moved to Repose nearly a year ago, he'd been trying to hide - downplay who he was and all of that history - and doing something like trying out for a play had felt too bold so he'd just gifted money, and attended, and enjoyed how it had all pulled together, even as he'd half wished he was involved with it. But his film had come out, who he was with it, and perhaps he'd grown tired of hiding after all, so being a part of this production? Of course he'd been going to.
He reached for a glass of champagne, and turned around, his eyes landing on the woman nearest him, and he offered her a quick grin as he tilted the glass just slightly her direction in the appearance of a toast. "I'm pretty certain the real Lancelot did not drink champagne in a glass like this, which is why I'm very glad I only play him on stage."