Tonight, the haunted house regulars (minus one) returned to ScreamAcres following last weeks travesty of Terror Town. ScreamAcres was by far the BEST attraction we have been to this year. And since a few naysayers laid the kibosh on ANY attraction site we had been planning be it a month long extravaganza or a one weekend well conceived plot, we still continue to create our own feast of fright. This time, we had more groupies with us to add to the terror. You know… the thing I enjoy most about this haunt is the fact that there were even more human actors within the corn mazes, buildings, the entire attraction. Especially if you go through more than once. Two of us made a second journey through the gallery of horror and one of us became the “go to” person for the actors to scare and they did a good job of it. They pick up on something and then go with it and tell the other actors via well hidden communication devices to play it up… and they remember us… do we stand out that well?
When I returned home, there was a message on the machine from the director of Don’t Hug Me. Short, sweet, and to the point. “I’m sorry to tell you and you did a great job and all but we decided to go with the other three guys who tried out.” Perfectly understandable. As I told a friend moments later, two no-casts out of 10 attempts in less than 3 years is not a bad percentage… correct? I’m sure the show will be a great success. Plus, I would be worried about missing the first rehearsals and trying to memorize my lines within days of being cast because I will be in Florida with some of my best friends. Better to be a little upset after getting home from a great night rather than trying not to spoil everyone else’s evening by being a bit down.
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I really can’t wait until I’m in a position where I can try out for shows again like all of you. There is always something that gets in the way of evenings though. I really think I am going to have to get a part time job while I’m subbing to supplement my income. No time for theatre. Sigh.
No Time For THEATRE!!!! Now that IS depressing. I’m sorry for you.
UGH – Chicagoland and its cost of living…
And Jamiahsh – that is not a bad percentage at all. The right show will come along, and when you’re back into being in a show – it will feel SO nice!
right, but until then… spending time with my best friends will be SSOOO nice 😉