A message from Anonymous


Hello fellow theatre lover; I'm sure you get a lot of these, but I just had to take the time to say thank you. Your blog makes me laugh as loud as Audrey II. When I reached the last page I couldn't believe it was over... so once again, thank you. You bring a ray of sunshine into my life.

A message from shslmusicaltheatre


I'm sorry if this is really obvious but where is the submit?

That is not a dumb question! It is right here. Remember though, you have to have made one first, don’t just submit an idea. I don’t have that much time.

And we’re both under 25.

And we’re both under 25.

Story time: I’m on the board of a small repertory theatre company who shares a space with another, to say the least, entitled theatre group. During our last show they were setting up for their own show in the same space (there was a good month of different between the dates so there wasn’t a terrible conflict there) and they put us through hell. They loudly built their set during out rehearsal time, were directly horrifically rude and passive aggressive to us, wanted to do a cabaret to raise money for their show on OUR SET (they ended up putting up a wall in front of it without our consent) and we were told (by more than one of their actors) the heads of the group talked so badly about us to their actors that they were afraid to come audition for our next show!
After a particularly grueling experience with them, a few of us blew off steam by joking about protesting their asshattery by building a barricade on their set as revenge.

Story time: I’m on the board of a small repertory theatre company who shares a space with another, to say the least, entitled theatre group.

During our last show they were setting up for their own show in the same space (there was a good month of different between the dates so there wasn’t a terrible conflict there) and they put us through hell. They loudly built their set during out rehearsal time, were directly horrifically rude and passive aggressive to us, wanted to do a cabaret to raise money for their show on OUR SET (they ended up putting up a wall in front of it without our consent) and we were told (by more than one of their actors) the heads of the group talked so badly about us to their actors that they were afraid to come audition for our next show!

After a particularly grueling experience with them, a few of us blew off steam by joking about protesting their asshattery by building a barricade on their set as revenge.