BYE, BYE "A STEADY RAIN"
I wanted to give those of us, who want to have a final word on the whole experience - may it have been in New York or at home a place to do this.
JEC has said nicely, what I wanted to - so I use her version
JEC57 wrote:Thanks to those who got close to Daniel during ASR, as GG said, we came closer to the real man and in no way did he disapppoint his fans.
We got to see him consistently day after day in front of hundreds of people at the stage door and he proved to be a gorgeous man with a charming and beautiful personality, a fun sense of humour, caring, kind-hearted and patient with his fans, all shot through with that "edge" that he always has, the testosterone-fuelled "man's man" edge.
I think we have been given a gift this year that maybe will not be surpassed ever. The icing on the cake for me has been the generous way that DtD members have shared their experiences, photos and film with those of us unable to get there. It has been a wonderful few months.
It was the most perfect time having been there - in an exciting city, meeting great people, seeing a good play with two actors, who worked their pfa´s off to meet up to expectations and beyond plus, of course, meeting Daniel outside at the stage door, where he comes as close as he will ever get for us. And I loved every f***ing second of it.
It was a risky thing to do like so many of his undertakings - not the least because of the accents, but it paid off very, very well for him and he succeeded on every level as far as I see it - inside and outside of the theater.
Now its over and this chapter of our "life" with Daniel will be closed, but there is always something new to look forward to, as fortunately he loves his work...