Play #5 Do You Remember, by Teri Lazzara
Directed by Doug Willott
Cast: Erin Kraft, Evan Whitfield and Jose Amador
Two kids reminisce about memories of their father. I think it's safe to say that Evan steals this one. It's rather enjoyable knowing he had a teeny tiny hard time keeping a straight face during tech. Winner of the best line of the night: "Vermont is for assholes!" said in unison and possibly, best song only because of Evan's spastic gymnastics (Ooh! I rhymed!). Sure the show's a little racist.. but it's innocent.
Oooh.. Evan did lose it a little.. twice even. The audience is eating it up. Heh, that's three times..
And Teri was worried. Please. That was great.
Band: Polka version of Everybody's Kung Fu Fighting. Adorbs.
Play #6 The One-Second Rule, by Ben McFadden
Directed by Nik Perleros
Cast: Carl Sander and Julia Griffin
A role-playing game in the woods reveals a moment of real connection between two strangers. Whomever put Julia's costume together is seriously happy with how great she looks in it. I want that wig. Plenty of nerd-speak. Nice Ben.
Band: Vocal version of the theme from Game of Thrones to transition and the audience who watches that show really appreciates it.
Play #7 Precipice, by David Anthony Lewis
Directed by Hana Lass
Cast: John Farrage, Brandon Felker, Trick Danneker and Dave Clapper
A four-some of strangers meet to base jump in Norway, each for their own reasons. And for the second 14/48 in a row, Dave Clapper drops trou. The audience is shocked and supportive at the same time. I'm thinking now maybe this is his own suggestion during the rehearsal process. It ends on a high note.
Band plays Freefalling.. Of course! Yay! Curtain call!