I Love Weird, Gross James McAvoy
Fran Hoepfner
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Everything about this post is true. Also, I had the pleasure/horror of seeing him in The Ruling Class on the London stage — a role where he played embodiments of both Jesus and the devil, one in each act. I spent the whole show trying to figure out which was more delightful — the blissed-out, peace-mongering first-act hippie, or the second-act murderer. Note that this play also involved a scene where McAvoy rode a unicycle in his underwear. In other words, good and evil both won.

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