Sunday, March 16, 2008

No Shame, the March edition

Cold-cut Circus was sold out by the time I got there, good for you guys, I hope it was a good show and I'm sorry I missed it. Got prepared for No Shame by keeping a barstool at Dirty Jacks from getting lonely.

No Shame last night was a lot of fun. Same as last month, I'm baffled by taking two scripts from the same writer while there was a very long line of people wanting to get their stuff in. My sketch opened the show and got the kind of reaction I was hoping for, I like nervous uncomfortable laughter, and it built OK. The end was cut, but I was pretty happy with the reception, a few edits and you should be able to see it again soon on a Feral Chihuahuas show this summer.

There were some really good acts last night, some excellent writing and a chance to see Asheville's oddballs and talents.

2 comments:

shadmarsh said...

Some friends of mine were there and they did a short play about a couple who get younger as the play progresses (or something like that)...Maybe one of these days i will both remember it is going on, and have the inclination to go, but those could be long odds.

George the Bastard said...

Would you believe (not by design) that was the only one I missed part of, I caught the end.