The week is over. We needed the break! I've been rehearsing the new Doc Ed show for the Edwards Aquifer Authority featuring Karston the Texas Blind Salamander. I did the show for the first time this morning for a group of 200 kindergarteners and 1st graders and it went very well. It still needs some tweeking but that's to be expected with a new show.
Pammy is directing "Staff Car" a readers theatre performance based on a collection short stories written by her father about several generations of his family's experience in the military going as far back as World War I. The show will open in early November.
My "Zapata Chronicles" print will be ready late next week and shortly thereafter be available for purchase. I'll be checking out the proofs early next week.
It was a good week but now we're looking forward to a good weekend. Goodnight!
Friday, September 13, 2013
Wednesday, September 11, 2013
When Pammy and I lived in Dallas we did a lot of clowning and sometimes it got us the most interesting jobs. One of those unique experiences was doing a video shoot for Chuck E. Cheese back in 1997 or was 1998? The shoot consisted of us doing a couple of clown gags, juggling and playing with the technology as it existed back then. Lots of fun
The video was played at their restaurants on the monitors they have set up providing extra entertainment for the kids as they waited for a party to start or for Chuck E. Cheese to make his entrance. Last we heard it was still being played in the mid 2000's in Houston. If you happen to see a couple of clowns at a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant, they might be us!