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by Lilly (sierpinski)
at February 15th, 2007 (03:19 pm)

Announcements:
-Buy some CDs from Sophie, $5 a pop.


Order:
1. Ode to a Lost Love by LILLY
(Shakespearian sonnet about potatoes)

2. All State Orchestra by Tareq
(The secret All-state tiebreaker round... you should pay more attention to elevator music)

3. Stupid Cupid by Eleni
(Cupid makes people fall in love; that's his job)

4. Love is in the Air by King Sophie + Philip Bergman
(Cupid makes people fall in love, dancing ensues)

5. Dillon Goodlaxon by Mike
(Abreviations make communication so much more efficient)

6. Honest Henry's guide to Emmy Bates by King Sophie
(Honoring the time-tested Valentine tradition by martyr-ing Dillon.)

7. Milkshake by Emmybates
(Sophie totally bursts Mr. Doug's weird 80's dancing bubble)


So: let's make it a collective goal to have at least 25 (I upped the ante) non-performing audience members plus at least 10 good pieces at the next show. Yes Shame has been good in the past, so uh, maybe it will be good in the future?

Okay, commence reviewing.

Comments

Posted by: King Sophie I (sophieistheking)
Posted at: February 15th, 2007 10:01 pm (UTC)

Posted by: King Sophie I (sophieistheking)
Posted at: February 15th, 2007 10:01 pm (UTC)

Posted by: Lilly (sierpinski)
Posted at: February 15th, 2007 10:27 pm (UTC)

Dude, I totally agree.
Except for the part about my pieces being good, because I have been in a serious slump also (although maybe last night's piece was the beginning of not sucking? Maybe?). I also keep feeling like it's my fault that the shows are so sloppy and unprofessional, because I never really know what's going on. I don't want to be a fun-killer but I think if I (and everyone) tried to pull it together and put on a good show instead of just slouching around, not knowing the order, and going out of character all the time, people would actually like it more.

Also yeah I think Yes Shame has two parts, the audience and the writers/performers, and they are equally important; one can't exist without the other... if there is no audience the performers aren't motivated to do their best work, but if the pieces are crappy, no one will want to come to the shows. But I'm going to work really hard on writing something (maybe two things, if I can swing it) good this week, and, assuming everyone else does the same we should be able to spread the word that Yes Shame is fun and not even be lying.

Posted by: Eleni (notaspork)
Posted at: February 15th, 2007 10:49 pm (UTC)

1. Ode to a Lost Love by LILLY
Hilarious

2. All State Orchestra by Tareq
Best of the night

3. Stupid Cupid by Eleni
Not as funny as it was in my head? Still alright.

4. Love is in the Air by King Sophie + Philip Bergman
Pretty good, we should have rehearsed.

5. Dillon Goodlaxon by Mike
I didn't know what all the abreviations meant...but it was good.

6. Honest Henry's guide to Emmy Bates by King Sophie
It was really good until the death...Dillon didn't pull that off too well.

7. Milkshake by Emmybates
Job well done by Mr. Lestina.

Posted by: Lilly (sierpinski)
Posted at: February 16th, 2007 12:24 am (UTC)


2. All State Orchestra by Tareq
Aw, this was really good. I agree with Sophie that it would have been good to make the competition really skewed in favor of that other kid... although maybe that would have been too predictable? Anyway, I hope Tareq writes more pieces.

3. Stupid Cupid by Eleni
Nice

4. Love is in the Air by King Sophie + Philip Bergman
Uh, I don't think I actually got hit by an arrow. Also the dance party was pretty embarrassing/bad. It was a good idea and I thought the script was pretty good too but if there had been time it could have been expanded upon, and also rehearsed and better staged.

5. Dillon Goodlaxon by Mike
Yeah this was good. I liked it.

6. Honest Henry's guide to Emmy Bates by King Sophie
The sort of improv'd monologue part was good, the killing, yeah, didn't turn out as well but it's the thought that counts.

7. Milkshake by Emmybates
YOU GUYS DID MR DOUG LOOK CRAZY OR WHAT

Posted by: ♥ (socoldturkey)
Posted at: February 16th, 2007 04:48 am (UTC)

Yeah, sorry about that arrow thing... Was that the glider one that flew in some other direction?

Whoopsies.

Posted by: agua_goat (agua_goat)
Posted at: February 16th, 2007 05:39 pm (UTC)

Order:
1. Ode to a Lost Love by LILLY
oh the sonnet de potats. fantastic

2. All State Orchestra by Tareq
Nice. does anyone know if it was based on a true story? It made me think though, how often do you go in an elevator, and hear elevator music?

3. Stupid Cupid by Eleni
nice.

4. Love is in the Air by King Sophie + Philip Bergma
I liked it. the dance part at the end sort of failed, but still a sweet piece

5. Dillon Goodlaxon by Mike
at first, I had like 3-minutes of the stuff, but cut it down, because I thought it'd get old

6. Honest Henry's guide to Emmy Bates by King Sophie
ha. cool idea

7. Milkshake by Emmybates
Total crap. not really. twas awesome, but ussually when douggers gets into the fun, it makes it fun.

What happened to all of the freshman that came at the end of the last semester? The margo+ others bunch...

Posted by: King Sophie I (sophieistheking)
Posted at: February 18th, 2007 02:22 am (UTC)

Posted by: agua_goat (agua_goat)
Posted at: February 18th, 2007 05:39 am (UTC)

oh man, I forgot about the little dudes with the hats. usually red outfits? I never really hear the music or see the men. once in a while I'll stay at a hotel in Chicago, and there is no music, and never a little man in red

Posted by: agua_goat (agua_goat)
Posted at: February 18th, 2007 05:40 am (UTC)

oh man, I started with oh man too, and didn't know it...

Posted by: regina_g_fan (regina_g_fan)
Posted at: March 9th, 2007 02:42 am (UTC)
Carrie Underwood/rocks out

Sorry I missed it, but there was something much more exciting going on at the library. They were showing "Sleepless in Seattle" at the library, and there was a chocolate fountain.
But I was here this week. And I can't wait to review this week's order!

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