I submitted a peacock, but I don’t see it? Where is it?
I have had to start rejecting a few because there are some repeats. The most popular ones are the “I can’t- I have rehearsal” or “Macbeth- OMG WE’RE GONNA DIE, etc”. They’re hilarious but I already have a few variations of them! If you submitted a peacock and are certain it wasn’t offensive, just drop me a quick ask! I’m never not happy to answer a question.
Is this a rip-off of another theatre meme?
It isn’t! I promise. Any resemblances are just (eerie) coincidences. And all of the other theatre blogs are wonderful and fabulous in their own right. :)
Can I follow your personal blog?
If you really, really want to, my personal blog can be found here.
Can you make more peacocks about (insert faculty of art here)?
While I do make a few of the ones that are posted, this blog is hugely run by submissions, now, and it would just clog up my queue if I made any more. If you’d like, you can make one and submit it! I promise I’ll accept it as long as it’s not a repeat/offensive.
I’m offended by what one of these implies!
In the past a few submissions offended a few people; what I’m asking most of you is to take these with a grain of salt. Most of them aren’t meant to be taken too seriously (your director won’t actually kill you if you miss a cue, etc.) but I’m really very sorry if you were hurt/offended by one of them. Let’s all just get along, shall we? Save the drama for the stage.
Will you affiliate with me/check out my blog?
I will affiliate with people that run theatre-related/meme blogs. Sadly, I will not do individual blog promos and will most likely delete any messages that say “Check out my blog?”. Sorry in advance!
Why a peacock?
The idea came from an old ask on fyeahenglishmajorarmadillo’s blog. I thought it was such a fabulous idea because what better than a peacock for theatre children? They look pretty plain until ‘BAM!’, all of a sudden their feathers are out and they’re in your face. PS: I know they’re bad luck in theatre, I enjoy that special irony.
Can you give me advice on an audition song/monologue/theatre-related question?
Okay I just want to say that I love getting these questions. A lot. A lot, a lot. However, I am aware that they tend to clog up everyone’s dash. I happily run a theatre advice blog where I (and a team of moderators) happily accept any and all questions! It’s right here.