Vrai, Megan, and Marion reach the finale of Glass Mask and talk about the history of disability drag in acting, the (still running) manga, and their feelings on the series overall.
Date Recorded: May 17th, 2020
Guests: Megan D, Marion Bea
0:01:06 The… end?
0:03:59 Creepy old dudes
0:10:46 Maya’s motivation
0:14:03 Nobody died?
0:16:23 Maya x Ayumi
0:21:19 The Miracle Worker
0:25:28 Maya’s mom
0:28:44 Theater vs movies vs TV
0:38:14 Other adaptations
0:43:50 Actors, acting, and stories about acting
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Vrai, Megan, and Marion continue to make their way through the 1984 shoujo series. Maya plays a doll, every love interest is terrible, and the fated rivals finally stand on stage together.
Vrai is joined by classic shoujo fans Megan and Marion to watch the 1984 classic, Glass Mask! Acting has never been so much like a shounen training arc.
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