03 March, 2006

Performance Update

...had to have the last word, last night/ you're so much fun to be around/ you had to have the front page, bold type....

Opening tonight: The Hobbit at the Chesapeake Arts Center's Studio Theater, where Fluffy performs as a dwarf, I perform on the sound board, and Fuzzy is Designated Audience.

Later this month, you can catch me in Mansion Murder Mysteries, with the lovely Tom Plott. The show is called the So-Soapranos, written orignally as One Of The Gang, by CJ Crowe (though she was McWilliams then). I'm slated to be in the show Friday the 17th, Saturday the 25th, and Friday the 31st of March. Who else will be in the cast or even what role I'll play is still nebulous at this point.

I'm to read poetry- in fact I'll be the featured poet- on Thursday the 13th of April, at Coffee Beanery Cafe, 2641 Riva Rd, in Annapolis from 6:30 to 8:30 PM.

This just in: I will be returning (god willing and the crick don't rise) to the Maryland Renaissance Festival. The Mimi Flambe Show, however, will be on hiatus.

I could rant about other people ruining my show by setting patrons on fire, but I'm all ranted out.

Sorry.

(Big Shot; Billy Joel)

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey Cybele,

You should change the I-Land link on the side of the page! The official site is now harmony.academicedge.com.

Glad to see you are going back to the Ren Fest - agin. I think...

Steve

Cybele said...

Thanks for the heads-up, Steve. Good-looking site. Naturally, I've already found a grammatical error.

Inanna said...

I'd like to make it up there for your poetry reading or the Ren-fest or both...

Cybele said...

Inanna, you're welcome anytime. Let me know when; I'll shovel out the guestroom.

Robert said...

Personally, I always find that a few flaming patrons spices up a show very nicely.

But I'm weird that way.

I did have to stomp out an actual flaming carpet on stage once. That was cetainly, um, interesting (I was oblivious - but the audience yelled out "the carpet's on fire!" which is always a clue that something is amiss... ah yes, nothing like audience participation in the middle of a dramatic scene. Damn Laura and her gentleman caller's candles.