Wednesday, December 21, 2005

Time for not sleeping well

It's that point in the process of rehearsing a new show when I have dreams about being on stage almost every night, I wake up too early, my stomach feels awful. Why do I put myself through it. I keep telling myself that eventually I'll learn not to stress. That I'll just accept that we put it out there and do our best, and regardless of what happens we learn and we move on. For the most part our experiences have been overwhelmingly positive. Sure we've had a rough night here and there, but our shows have been huge successes, and yet still I stress.
So we continue to rehearse, to build props and set pieces, to promote and on January 6th we premier the new show as we prepare for a six week run.
TV advertising, flyers, newspaper ads, overall the largest promotions campaign we've done. I hope it pays off.
See you there.

Monday, December 05, 2005

Rehearsal at The Crest.

We rehearsed at The Crest tonight. It was a fun rehearsal. Ben was home sick so we took turns playing his parts. Becca and Sid had a-lot of fun being Ben for a night. There's a yawning skit and Becca, as Sid pointed out, looks like a little kitten when she yawns. So cute.
Wednesday we'll practice at the geery on the stage where the six week ordeal will be endured. It'll be cool to work in the venue and to start getting a real feel for the blocking and what not.

Sunday, December 04, 2005

New Show in January

Sorry I've been posting so little. I've been working on and I've done a-lot of cool things with it. I combined all my blogs so my work stories, my panhandling blog, my fiction, etc. are all through now. I also broke my collar bone skate boarding. Yep. I guess I haven't grown up enough to quit skating and my bones haven't stayed young enough to keep from breaking.

We do have six weeks of shows coming up. SIX WEEKS! I don't know how we'll survive it, but it'll be the last shows we do for a while. We're working on some films and I'm producing a musical for next Christmas. Click on our shows page to see the new flyer art by Qwert and to check out the dates and such. The shows are downtown which is nice.

Come to opening weekend and see Daisy Spot open the show. And every show will have Broken Home as our musical guests! Nobody rocks a kazoo like Broken Home. Should be great fun.