Who remembers the delightfully bloody video blog about Scarlett's Web? If you don't, then watch the video blog here and then come back to check out some awesome stills from the show!
Dad's Garage, an improv comedy theater in Atlanta that specializes not only in improv theater, but also in producing original plays and musicals. Not only was Dad's Garage involved, but a team of incredibly talented individuals from the The Center for Puppetry Arts and a talented assortment of Atlanta's most awesome for special effects and concept development. I was so lucky to have been part of such an amazing, creative team.
Not only was it the first professional show I have ever done; it was the first musical I have ever done where I have to be onstage for the majority of the show and sing in most of the songs. Not just any songs - musically demanding songs written by a genius named Eric Frampton. I learned a hell of a lot about myself and pacing and ... man. Sorry, I'm still digesting the fact that the show has closed.
Awesome doesn't even begin to describe it.
When I posted the video blog for Scarlett's Web, I received a pleasantly surprising number of e-mails asking if the show would be re-mounted in the form of a tour, a larger production, or if there was a way they could see it without having to make a trek to Atlanta. Well, the short answer is "Um," but the long answer is, "maybe."
Until I know something more definite, I do offer a compromise: Pictures!
In the beginning, Fern (name change probably pending) is just stoked to be with her best friend, Wilbur.