Originally Posted by shiben
You may be right? Its some sort of Amber. Possibly cut 50/50 with N/C
Originally Posted by Footer
Typically we let people learn by trying and avoid spoon feeding. Teach a man to fish as the saying goes.... So let's keep it to helping instead of telling.
Now the OP gets to figure out how to do it!
Ok maybe it's just one word, but I'm trying a theme thing out here. Final Tech and Invited Audience tonight for No Mans Land. What's the conflict ? Why, I got invited to the 30th Anniversary of Quarterflash ! They are having a big concert at the Elsinore Theater in Salem, Oregon tonight. The acoustics are fantastic. It's an old Vaudeville house and is stunningly beautiful. They are going to be singing all the old hits and according to Marv, Rindy will be wearing all the old costumes from the old
Spent Four hours playing with the actors, Sm's and the Director.... and vomit.
We were told that there was a vegetarian, dehydrated, pea soup that makes excellent vomit for this trick. It's true, it does. Here's what I have found, however. It must be strained through a rather small strainer, at least three times. There is a LOT of floating... Um,.... fiber. It has the consistency of paper pulp. and like paper pulp is tends to clog up anything it catches on. The other 'Ick' Factor? It has
Have you seen "God of Carnage" ? Have you read it ? Is your Theater doing it this year ? Well, we are and this is the first time I've ever been asked to create a vomit rig for a theatrical peice. In the course of the play there are several heated exchanges..... Brief synopsis Ok, one couple is at another couples apartment. There are there to discuss the fact that one couple kid smacked the others kid in the mouth with a sizable stick and broke his two front teeth. One couple wants to know
Yes. Yes it has been an incredibly long time since I updated my blog. I have a few moments so why not spend some time on here catching up? I think the last time I posted to my blog we were in the middle of "Long Days Journey Into Night" , a co-production with Sydney Theater Company. Well it went pretty great. Had a fantastic time with the show, met some really cool Aussies that I'd love to work with again, then got the show closed and started in on our "regular" season. We opened