My enemy is making her professional stage debut in a few weeks. Now if I bought a ticket for the first row and had "loser," "bitch," "firecrotch" printed on it....could I be kicked out of the theatre? Would they wait until intermission?
[quote]"loser," "bitch," "firecrotch" printed on it.
I meant on a t-shirt....not the ticket!!!!
[quote] could I be kicked out of the theatre? Would they wait until intermission?
You probably wouldn't be allowed in - for security reasons.
Why don't you spend the money on therapy instead.
Well I'd wear a coat dummy. How is therapy going to harm my enemy r2? You just don't get it do you!!!!!
Could I just hold up signs and boo loudly?
Eat beans and fart loudly
Donna Murphy is on Datalounge, now?
Wear a coat, girl. That is all I can tell you.
Just throw some stool at her.
When she walks on stage give a little snicker with a look on your face that indicates she forgot to zip something. Give her puzzled looks whenever she has a line. Keep looking at her feet with a very concerned look on your face, as if she has a piece of toilet paper stuck to the heel.
now r8 is being helpful. Thank you dearest r8!!!
Get back to us when you come up with a planm OP.
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Oops! That should be: Get back to us when you come up with a plan, OP.
Wear a sweater until you're seated, duh.
For the life of me I cannot remember the husband - Al Jolson? Eddie Cantor? - but when Ruby Keeler was married to an equally famous celebrity, the husband sat in the front row and heckled her! I thought that was hilarious - how fragile his ego had to have been to heckle his wife!
Climb on stage to gift her with a rolled up poster in the middle of scene. She'll love it.
Did you get your front row ticket, OP?
A few years back, I was in a production of "The Music Man." We were dark on Mondays and a bunch of cast and crew decided to go to a Monday night performance of "Summer and Smoke" at the Kennedy Center, starring Eva Maria Saint and Ronnie Cox. We managed to get seats together down in front. During a serious moment in the play, there's a line about a traveling salesman. It wasn't meant to be funny, but to a group of about 20 people who were in a show about traveling salesmen, it was hysterical. So, the group all burst out laughing. You could see Saint stiffen and look wide-eyed at Cox. He had a somewhat startled look on his face. Though they continued with their lines, their expressions were saying to each other, "What the hell just happened?"
R19, if you saw Eva Marie Saint and Ronny Cox in SUMMER AND SMOKE, I sincerely hope it was more than "a few years back." (I'm assuming they were playing the leads.)