what she means:
Aaron Tveit and George Blagden both read passages of the brick to enrich their interpretations in Les Misérables, and where George Blagden noticed Grantaire's adoration for Enjolras, Aaron Tveit mainly picked up on Enjolras' charisma, fervor and faith in the rebellion. That's very flavour of meta and i don't know how to deal with it please send help
In revolutionary school, as vicious as Musain rule, I got my feelings bruised by a leader in red. And I propped the bar as he told me, “R, you’re good for nothing, fool,” and I heard every word that he said.
Concept: George Blagdon plays a gig in front of all of us. He does his version of I will follow you into the dark. Red and green light appears in the background. He cries a little on stage. We all cry. Victor Hugo cries in heaven.