Richard Armitage as John Proctor — here he is

~ by Servetus on June 27, 2014.

14 Responses to “Richard Armitage as John Proctor — here he is”

  1. Just Beautiful

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  2. Amazing! Grateful for a glimpse.

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  3. Loved seeing these, but have to admit this probably violates the Old Vic policy on photographs.

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  4. Wow, ich wusste , dass die Bühne klein ist, aber da herrscht ja ein mächtiges Gedränge!

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  5. I go tonight, I’m so excited I could burst!!

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  6. Yes, I agree, Serv these are likely verboten, but I am nonetheless soooo very grateful to see these. I am deeply touched, very proud and feeling a tad–teary?–seeing our Richard’s image this morning after a stormy, not-very-restful night.

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    • These affected me a lot, too.

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      • Having read people’s descriptions of these moments, and then to see these images—I don’t know, it just really gets to me. I can hear the applause in my head and see Richard’s inner radiance shining through . . . proud of him and for him.

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  7. I am so greatful i will never get a chance to see him on stage in the US

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  8. oh .. oh … tears in eyes .. Richard …..
    so proud for him.. and… wow… and ..my turn soon ….oh my word ….takes my breath away
    And naughty girls for breaking the rules ..But ..thankyou …

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  9. I feel like I should mention that I am reliable informed that we were going to see something like this in about a week anyway — there will be stills from the performance for the papers’ reviews after press night, and very likely some snippets on vid made available as a marketing tool by the Old Vic. So those of us outside of England will get to see a little more, at least.

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  10. […] then I saw this the other night, a photo no one should have taken. First a photo from far […]

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