July 09, 2006

We opened! No one died!

Two days ago was our opening... And it was wonderful. A huge thank you to everyone who came out and somehow sold out the theatre. And a huge apology to everyone who couldn't get in because of this fact. That sucks. I doubt anything that cool is going to happen to our next six performances, but for a first show, we could not have asked for anything more amazing and ego-boosting. We are incredibly lucky to have such supportive friends and family, as well as strangers who, for some reason, thought our play might be worth seeing. I hope it was (the Post thinks so, anyway)!

We're looking forward to the next six shows. We're looking forward to singing a bunch. We're looking forward to dancing real nice. We're looking forward to Graham not ending the play with his eyes doused in Javex, unable to dance or move properly, but still singing his little heart out. What a trooper. (That won't happen again)

Also, if you were at the first show, take a second and go post something about much we rule / suck on the Eye Fringe page. We don't have reviews up there, but people do take the time to read comments and your feedback will probably help someone spend wisely / waste stupidly their $10.

Thank you again for making our opening night one of the most insane, spectacular nights of my life. Cheers!


Blogger Nandes said...

Hilarious show!

I loved it.

You guys should a different movie every year.

8:53 a.m.  

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