Rock n roll versions

So I performed in Ft Lauderdale. It was an odd experience. I had to emergency change the show. The event space changed and was not at all what I was expecting. Thank you Gods for that little voice in my head that said “bring a mic!” I had to cut all the sound and lighting cues. And the light up mirror convention. Also the stage was so small, and only light with one spot, that I couldn’t really move. SO I ended up changing the convention that Luscious sits and David stands, sort of, mostly, kind of…. ALSO opening night I performed next to a heavy metal band “FUUUUUCK YOU FT. LAUDERDAAAAALE!” they screamed. I tried to laugh it off, but it hurt. I mean here was, a year or two of work, its grand opening and it was nothing like I intended. Ouch. The small audience liked it. They gushed and raved That was nice. But it wasn’t the play I meant to do BUT it was still good which makes me happy. AND now I am pretty sure there is a 60 minute rock n roll version of the play, so it’d be easier to do other fringe festivals. (I am going to leave out the next 4 days with my family or where I stayed because…well because.) Let’s just put cool spin on it and say I rose to the occasion and am happy with what I gained and lost.

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