BY SARAH TEREZ ROSENBLUM
Having listened to criticism from mental powerhouses such as Adam Lambert, who tweeted that Les Miserables “suffered massively (because of) great actors pretending to be singers,” I was trepidatious. In addition, my tolerance for melodrama is low. (Here’s my Lesbian ID Card. Feel free to check it.) When confronted with powerful chord changes and desolate lyrics, I sometimes shut down, feeling forced into experiencing emotions dictated by another.
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