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cockiness is so attractive to me in a way and it’s so irritating. like it’s annoying. and it annoys me. but the kind of expression and body language that comes with it. the self-satisfied attitude. the smug comments. the eye rolling. the smirking. “come and get me” hand gestures during a fight. eyebrow raising with an air of superiority. it’s just like. fuck you. i’m annoyed right now. i am so annoyed right now. but oh my fuck i am also so very, very attracted right now
If you still want to do the Musical/Fandom thing, try Sweeney Todd and Catscratch?
Hmmm……I’m gonna splash a little Gear into this because that makes it cooler.
Sweeney Tood/Benjamin Barker - Mr. Blik
Mrs. Lovett - Katilda
Lucy Barker - Some’sshittyOCIdunno (Sorry I kinda cheated this one out, there aren’t really any more cool female characters in the Catscratch or Gear universe, sadly.
Judge Turpin - Emperor Pago.
Tobias Ragg - Waffle
Adolfo Pirelli - Barkmeat
Joanna - Human Kimberly
Anthony (That was his name, right?) - Gordon
The Beetle - Hovis
This is a pretty good casting! Though I guess you were sort of reaching with Barkmeat there, but its cool. And I had a feeling Blik would end up being Todd. Since; 1) He’s definitely melodramatic for the role, 2) He’s a black cat, and 3) I am pretty sure if pushed slightly enough, he would kill someone… it almost seems obvious. But… poor Waffle. Just… poor kid.
(And yep, his name was Anthony. To make things better, his last name was Hope. Literally Hope. Does that mean anything? Yes. Yes it does.)
I think with Pirelli, I forgot that he was a funny singing (fake)Itallian and just focused on the fact that he was an asshole that abused Toby. And yeah, not to mention I thought Katilda was perfect for Mrs. Lovett because she’s clingy and kind of risky and a touch crazy/excitable. Blik and Katilda were easy, everyone else was hard to cast.
(Hope. That is great.)
The thing about musicals, and theater in general, is that each performance can be VASTLY different from the next even with the same actors performing each. Meaning that each time a different actor can reveal or create new interpretations of the character. That means that having a version of Pirelli focusing more on what you focus on is completely possible!
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