“I guess I had a suspicion of it my entire life without knowing exactly what it was – knowing that there was something different about me, which I attributed to being an artist.”
- Randy Harrison
(Source: agroned, via a-fey-and-awkward-presence)
“Someone really only needs to put me in a dimly lit room and tell me it’s a haunted house and I will have a nervous breakdown.”
Happy birthday Marina! Facebook told me it’s your birthday today, so I thought I would put this on queue and hope for the best. I’m so happy I’ve gotten to know you, you’re such a wonderfully unique person and you deserve to have a fabulous birthday xoxo
this FREAKED ME OUT because it posted before my bday started in my time zone and I could not fathom why there was a set of Randy heads in my url tag but of course Australia is in the future so I shortly afterwards I understood
I CAN’T HANDLE LIFE WHY WOULD YOU GIVE ME HIS FACE I H8 U
no that is a lie ilu you are darlingggg thank you for the birthday wishes ♥!!!
1. What turns you on, creatively or otherwise? Randy Harrison: Men’s gymnastics, flying trapeze, risk, speed, music, lederhosen, and body hair.
2. What’s a good tip for someone who wants to be you for Halloween?RH: It won’t be convincing without a patina of despair.
3. Which celebrity’s hair do you covet most? RH: Marlon Teixiera — especially the eyebrows.
4. What would your death-row last meal be? RH: Violetta di Parma — beet gnocchi in a goat cheese cream sauce — and a bottle of rosé.
5. What’s your juiciest vice or guiltiest pleasure? RH: Paris.
6. What extravagant purchase should probably make you feel guiltier?RH: Skincare.
7. When’s the last time you wanted to slap someone? RH: Right now. Sara.
8. What most likely made that stain on your outfit? RH: Coffee or smoothie.
9. Describe your favorite undergarment. RH: Small and white, clean and bright. Like Edelweiss.
10. What’s a lie you’ve told more than once? RH: I love you.
BONUS: Where do you see yourself in five minutes? RH: On my roof.
I FUCKING CAN’T
"I began performing as a child and the theatre has always been a home for me. Being with actors in a rehearsal or on stage has always been one of the few places I really feel I belong and am accepted. When I was younger, the more fantastical and magical aspects of the theatre appealed to me. I loved that on the other side of the proscenium was a world where anything you imagined could exist and the rules of everyday reality didn’t have to apply. As I got older the poetic, social and political aspects of theatre really inspired me. Seeing or reading Kushner, Beckett, Shakespeare- it makes me feel more deeply engaged in the world. Also, some of the most cathartic and personally inspiring moments in my life have occurred as a member of an audience, and I want to be part of that for other people."