Hmmm. In College, I assistant Directed and SMed two one acts by Edward Albee. One of the shows has, to my knowledge, never been published. It was Finding the Sun, and The American Dream. It was fun to get to work side by side with a living peice of American Theatre History.
Ahhh....let's see....off the top of my head my "cool" shows.
Air Supply, more times than I can count.
Lynyrd Skynyrd made me an unofficial "Honkette" (what they call their female backup singers). I also got to pick/fetch which girls got to go backstage.
Neville Brothers. Killing it all night!
Gladys Knight -the night her niece Aaliyah's ("Queen of the [email protected]") plane crashed.
But as of right now, the night last year with Beautiful Creatures opening for The Hollywood All-Stars (Carlos Cavazo, Vinny Appice, Jimmy Bain, Chas West) was pretty much the most off the hook rock n' roll night ever. I only had to dodge 2 flying beer bottles coming off the stage!
I know there's more, but f all if I can remember right now.
Theatre: I stage managed for Jon Pertwee on his last live show in UK before he went to NY and had his fatal heart attack.
Working with Jack Dee and Jo Brand in the UK.
No rock and roll recently although I worked on Santana's gig in Adelaide in the seventies as well as a few others.
I saw The Beatles live in Adelaide in 1964. Yeah I'm that old.
On June 7 2007, I will be SMing a benefit concert at my school. The lineup includes:
The Horns of Blood, Sweat, and Tears
...And other guests to be announced.
I'm so freaking excited.