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Or you could turn on the lights full for about 30 minutes.
Have yourself some eggs before the show.
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Ever try to run a followspot during a mayfly hatch? It's really hard to hold a tight waist-to-head shot when you're getting crawled on by a couple hundred insects.....!
The things that can go wrong, will go wrong, in precisely the order you are least prepared for.
My home town is on the lake and during mayfly season there's always at least one crash die to slippery mayfly gut covered roads. I guess looking on the bright side is that when there's a lot it means the lake is in good shape, but the smell when they are cooked is nasty. Then again the smell normally is nasty too
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TD/Instructor:Saint Andrew's School/All Children's Theatre- Rhode Island.
For a second I was like, "what's a mayfly?" but then I realized I know them as fish flies. Yeah, they suck.
One must first know and understand the rules of theatre before one can break them.
I live in Southern California. Insects aren't that much of an issue here.
I did see a gopher snake at the bottom of my stairs when I walked out the door this morning though.