Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Handwritten Theatre Four: "I could tell you stories, but I don't think you'd want to hear them."


The fourth edition of Handwritten Theatre and the first one to come with a serving suggestion. You can enjoy this play anywhere you want, but you can also treat it as a "performance installation." Here's how that would work: Download the play, put it on your iPod and take your iPod to a bar, a not fashionable bar. A neighborhood sort of place. You know what I mean; old dark wood, a mirror behind the bottles, red leather stools, red leather booths. Settle in someplace out of the way and order a drink appropriate to your lifestyle and when it comes, sample it. And then, when you feel you've soaked up enough ambiance, casually put your earbuds in place and push play.

Handwritten Theatre Four: "I could tell you stories, but I don't think you'd want to hear them."
Performed by Victoria Haas
Running Time: 19:44
All Audiences (But it is about grown-up behavior.)

2 comments:

appledore2 said...

Story was very interesting, and VERY LOS Angeles (my hometown).. It was very filmlike. The actress who read it just kept my attention fixated on the story being played out in my mind. GREAT...

How does it turn out for the dog??
nancy

mark - tartanpodcast said...

Fantastic. Loved it. You need to keep the personal introduction/scene setting. Very good.