Discussion in 'Star Trek: Enterprise' started by JiNX-01, Feb 22, 2009.
Welcome Pepelequoi Nice to have another Connor fan join the Thug collective.
Welcome on board, pepelequoi.
I managed to find a decent photo (which was not taken by me) from the Q&A session on the first day. Thought I might share it:
Actually, I think that's the top of my head at the bottom of the photo, as I was right up the front on both days. Just noticed that right now.
*sigh* I fly to LA tomorrow (I just the Midwest weather doesn't mess me up!) and I'll be sitting in Row B, seat 5 at 8 p.m. at the Geffen Theater Wednesday!
Have a wonderful time!
And... a first hand review please...
Awesome! I hope you have a blast!
Have a nice trip and Have fun at the playhouse
Have a safe journey and look forward to reading your review when you return.
Did anyone warn Connor?
Have a wonderful time Jinx. I look forward to your review of Connor's play.
Wow Jinx. If you don't have a direct flight I hope you connect somewhere like Dallas and can stay away from the North.
I just saw the weather report on tv. I hope you made your flight okay Jinx.And that you weren't delayed because of the storms.
Howdy, everyone. Thanks for the good wishes for my Trip to LA. I'm here. I'm good. I was originally supposed to fly to Chicago and then to LA. In fact, our flight out of Buffalo, NY, was actually delayed a couple of hours. In the meantime, the airline (Southwest, I LOVE Southwest!) offered to rebook people going to LA from Chicago so we could fly directly to Las Vegas and then on to L.A.
Never been here before. I can't believe the sprawl!
Jinx I'm glad your flight made it safely to LA. Have a wonderful time seeing Connor's play.
...and, more importantly, get pictures.
You can't take pictures during the play (stop over at House of Tucker and check out the "Connor's in a Play" thread. Pictures from rehearsals, professional reviews and reports from those of us who have been to see it.
Here's what I posted at HOT with some modification:
The cast was wonderful, a terrific ensemble. I got a chance to chat with Joe Spano and Harry Groener. I didn't see Connor and asked Harry, the most recent cast member to emerge, if CT was still upstairs. He said no, that Connor had already come down. I was so disappointed.
My cab was out front so I headed out, and there he was, sitting outside by himself, having a smoke. I said the very clever "there you are," and OMG, he stood up and gave me a HUG! We chatted about the play and I mentioned I flew in from NYS, which surprised him. He's really enjoying doing the play. I was going to ask how his injured finger was healing, but I decided not to bother because it's still taped up (one of his fingers was dislocated during a fight scene).
At the very end of Connor's professional bio in the playbill is this very sweet notation: "Love to A & J." Every time I thought about it on the way back to my hotel I just smiled. It's one of the things I so admire about him: He keeps his feet on the ground and remains devoted to his wife and son.
Thanks, Jinx, you rocks
The "Love to A&J" thing : i knew that and indeed it's a sweet thing.
And something i want to say : i've read every reports and every times, it's the same thing : he must be very tired after this performance but he takes time for his fans and stays to talk a bit and he recognizes them, i think it's a great thing.
ok, i thought there were more pics about this play on this thread (it's a little bit my fault )
Connor and Joe Spano
Connor, Patrick Adams and Harry Groener
Brian Henderson and Connor
Patrick Adams and Connor
Brian Henderson, Connor and Joe Spano.
here an another review i found (i think some of you will disagree with what it's written)
I quote the part i really like
Thanks Jinx for the first hand impressions! It's so good that you loved the play and met Connor in person!
and once more,thanks frenchman for the many pictures and reviews you managed to find!
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