Hey, people I kinda know in Chicago who might possibly read this journal!
Can you act? Are you technically gifted? Do you think I'm funny? Are you willing to read things I wrote into a crummy digital microphone, or to help me turn those recoded things into a presentable audio whatnot? Do you know a goddamn thing about theatre?
If so, leave a comment here. I'm taking a handful of dialogue pieces I did for the Ludic Log and turning them into...something. Something you can see. Something maybe you can see. SOMETHING.
Details to come. Help me spread the quasi-laughter far and wide.
(EDIT: Some possible candidates for 'dramatic interpretation'/'humorous recording' include
Study Noir No More
Full Casual Jacket
He Stoops to Conquer
Slave to the Man
Words, Words, Words (Repeat)
It's the Arts, Stupid
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dudes
Wollstonecraft, Table for Two
A Better World to Die In
The Crack of Doom
It Takes a Lot of Dying to Make a House a Home
Largely a Matter of Loot
No Use for a Name
Note that I'd also like feedback from any of you who have done performance stuff about which, if any, of these would work best in a 'dramatic' format. I dunno from nothin'.