Re: Lobby: After the play: Chris Fairchild & Hugh March
"Hugh," he reached his hand over to offer her a firm shake accompanied by a warm smile and a glance of approval. It was nice in even a small town to have someone who dressed up for theater, and her dress was all classy elegance. "I absolutely cannot disagree with you there. Champagne and cheese plates definitely trump Knights, and probably swordplay, although the latter is a lot of fun," he teased. "At least in the fictional locale. I don't think I'd like to actually lose limbs over it."
He took a sip of his champagne. "And thank you. This is the most fun I've had on stage since..." he paused. The film had been stressful because it was new, and then it had been stressful because the lead actress had been murdered, and that, along with everything that had accompanied it in his real life, had meant it wasn't as enjoyable. Before that, he'd done Pride & Prejudice with the Rep. "Since Heathers, probably," he finished. "Which has been entirely too long ago, so I'm glad I was able to participate in this one and I'm glad you enjoyed the performance."