The Sketch Show That Was...

This past Thursday and Friday, I had my very own sketch show that I mostly wrote, directed, and acted in (mostly applies to all three). It was a real dream come true for me to have a show that I could call my own produced and put up on a stage. I asked some extremely talented friends of mine to help out with it, and even though we did a couple of things at the last minute, it all came together in a product that I am really proud of. I just wish you all could have been there to see it. 

The audience was... how should I put it?... thinner than an anorexic toothpick. Guys, you are all missing your chance. Don't you see? Now is the time to come see me, before the tickets gets expensive and I charge you full price. Come see me before nobody knows who I am. Is that too much to ask? No, it isn't. 

Now, all you have to do is sacrifice like 1 hour out your busy day, instead of the hour and half once I'm famous and doing a longer show. You have that to spare. Think of it as taking a fun little break from your mundane life. Is that too much to ask? No, it isn't. 

What would be too much to ask, I ask you? Nothing that I can think of. So, please, come fill in the audience. You never know when you won't be able to. Also, performers feed off of crowds and it there is now crowd, then we are just doing it for the love of the game. That's not as satisfying or ego boosting. I need the ego boost. See you at the next show!