Sometimes I imagine people painting their faces really weird under their masks so if they get unmasked it’s like WHAT
For what it’s worth: a Sleep No More cast member once told me that she pulled an audience member into a one on one during the show’s Superior Boston Production and the audience member had full facepaint on, but was completely awesome and in the moment for the one on one. So I guess it has happened.
"Perhaps that’s also the point: you go to a gig for a collective feeling of catharsis. You yell words in a crowd that you’d be embarrassed to whisper to a friend. It’s not the response you seek, just pure release. But is simply voicing your problems enough? It’s as if everyone came out and joined you on the ledge instead of trying to talk you down from it."
— Aaron Cometbus, “Radon” (via dakotafloyd)