The words of Mork
July 31, 2012
We had our first few performances as part of the Henley Fringe. It went brilliantly. The show is in a really great place right now, especially after performing to an audience. We all seem to have relaxed into our roles and started to trust ourselves with the language and occasionally play around with certain bits.
Whilst in Henley, the weather was awful. Add to that the fact we were camping all week and it was quite a stressful experience. I think the fact that my bed kept deflating during the night put me into a wonderful mood for the day ahead.
However, onwards and upwards as they say. Our next venue is Dorset before we head to perform at The Dell and it is one we are all very excited about.
We are performing in the car park of The White Horse pub in Stourpaine. They have shown such support and gone to the world's end to help us create a brilliant couple of evenings for everyone.
Will it be dangerous performing at a pub? I'm sure you will be hearing from me whether any of the cast members are whisked to hospital with alcohol poisoning.
The show, I'm hoping will be in a very comfortable place by the time we come to Stratford and hopefully the audiences will enjoy it as much as they have so far.
Until next time, in the words of Mork, Nanu Nanu!
by Michael Totton
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