Auditioning for a Play
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Auditioning for a Play

So I’m gonna be auditioning for a play soon. Yes, I act. How well? That, I cannot answer. I like to think I have some ability to make people laugh with my natural goofiness (perhaps it’s my hair) and dry wit. But we’ll see how I do.

What play you ask? The Importance of Being Earnest. Hopefully you’ve heard of it. If not, I can easily recommend it as it is a very funny comedy. The theatre company that I am a part of will be putting it on. What theatre company you ask? (boy you ask a lot of questions) The Pigeon Players Theatre Company You’ve never heard of them?! How could you not?!? Well, that’s ok. We’re still kinda small. We’ve just entered our 3rd year of productions, with each one getting bigger and better. It makes me proud to see how far we’ve come and the fact that we are still around. But I digest.

Anyway, I’m looking forward to getting back into a show, or “the biz” as I call it. Ok, I don’t really call it that. In the meantime, let’s stroll down memory lane with some photos from my previous production of Plaza Suite when I got to play Roy Hubley.

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