September 01, 2015

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OBSESSED!: Frances Ruffelle Recreates Eponine’s Iconic Pose Using Her “Monkey Arms”

Frances Ruffelle, Les Miz's original Eponine, joins Seth in studio to chat about her Tony-winning role as well as her experiences in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Starlight Express — basically, friends should NOT let friends roller-skate after a few drinks! Ruffelle then gives a sample of her signature tune "On My Own" with some slightly altered lyrics and another sample which illustrates exactly why Eponine’s classic pose looks like it does. Read Seth’s weekly column. Visit his online home at SethTV.com.







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