This is probably going to sound quite ridiculous but I'm honestly just looking for some friendly advice.
So, I went to see a West End show recently, & I am NOT the type of person who usually even notices a guy on stage other than to comment on how he is as a performer. But on this particular evening I was drawn to this amazing looking performer & I couldn't take my eyes off him. I was sitting in the front row & then I noticed him looking at me. At first a little glance now & then, & as the show went on he was looking more & more. By the end of the show I was smitten and noticed him looking at me, but had to rush off to get my train.
I pretty much shrugged it off & enjoyed it for what it was. But then the following week a friend booked tickets for us to see the same show as a surprise cos I'd told her how much I enjoyed it & I'd had a really, really bad week. (Fab friend
We had front row seats & the same thing happened with this guy. I couldn't take my eyes off him & he blatantly couldn't help looking out at me. Plus my friend noticed him looking at me a lot too! At the end of the show when he saw me looking at him he blatantly smiled at the fact that I was checking him out! And he was most definitely not checking out any other member of the audience!
I know this sounds childish but I've never been in a situation like this & yes nothing will probably come of it BUT playing devil's advocate IF I wanted to try to get to know him, how can I do it without looking like groupie or stalker?
I've had a rough few months & it'd be nice to have something to make me smile again.
I don't want to hang around outside the stage door because apart from anything else I am pretty shy & there's no way I could talk to him with lots of other people around us! I'd really like to see if there's anything there when he's off stage.
How can I subtly get to know him?
I would love some genuine suggestions but please don't comment if you're going to be negative.
Hi To me this is where woman make their first mistake by being impatient by making the first move. Have you google him? Maybe he's married or has a girlfriend. If you must then find a way to send a message of how much you have enjoyed the performance.
Thanks Skinnygirl. I appreciate it. If I knew where to hang out to get his attention I'd wait for him to make the right move. He's not married & pretty sure he doesn't have a girlfriend. Thanks again for taking the time to reply.