Re: Lobby: After the play: Chris Fairchild & Hugh March
"And I'm certain you played a particularly lovely one," he returned her smile. "Jamie Mayer did most of our choreography, although the sword stuff tended to involve Ren as well."
He nodded. "There's a musical version for the stage and the Seattle Musical Theatre did a production a couple of years ago that I was fortunate enough to be involved in. And it was really a tremendous amount of fun, but I just enjoy donig musicals in general. Between the acting, the dance, the singing - it just combines all of my favorite things." The question of why he was here was a little less charming than dancing back through his resume, and he took another sip of the champagne to buy himself a moment. "I moved here about a year ago to take a break from some things, but recently I just decided I missed the stage too much and it was time to go back to it. I'm currently rehearsing a professional show over in the Capital now too, that'll be later in August."