For once, I would like to do some comedy. Our theater group's newest play has a premier tomorrow, and its has lots of abstract artistic performancing. Its something I would normally not like, but I can swallow my pride for the rest of the group.
We had a "demo" night couple weeks ago. Everyone does a "technical demonstration" of their own skills (in other words, their own miniplay). I played a role of Dan Hibiki (The Street Fighter dude), who was promoting his dojo on a tv commercial. I received tons of laughter during the play and great applause at the end of it. When I got the reviews from the expert, it was lots of complaining about how the idea of doing a tv-commercial is so lame and that I should make a script for a change (I never plan everything compeletely, there's a lots of improvisation).
*whew!* Clad I got that out from my system.
"It's only a game if you win, but if you lose it's a stinking waste of time." - Al Bundy