Shear Madness Closes

And with a snip of scissors Shear Madness is over...

What an amazing and fulfilling experience! With long running shows you can find yourself falling into a routine or unintentionally going through the motions, but with Shear Madness I constantly felt challenged. I was never completely satisfied with my choices or my direction...which continuously pushed me and forced me to "play."Due to the nature of the show, I found myself leaning new things each day. As a person the the journey was scary, but as an artist it was thrilling. 

One always changing component of the experience was the audience. We were lucky, though, to have had great audience, though, who were willing to explore with us...each day we figured out this kooky play together! Their enjoyment, was truly one of the best parts of the show. And as the playwright points out, the audience is the star...they drive the show. 

I was also fortunate enough to work alongside an amazing group of artists, from whom I learned so much. Not only was everyone extremely talented, but very giving and genuine! 

Overall the experience was one in a million! I still feel like I'm on cloud nine for having had the opportunity. I can't thank Eddie Curry, Doug Stark, and Beef & Boards enough!!

Not only did I grow as an artist...but I even walked away as a halfway decent hairdresser.

Love, 

Jenny  

 

 

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Photo Cred: Julie Curry  

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Photo Cred: Julie Curry  

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Photo Cred: Julie Curry