Saturday, August 18, 2012
A Day in the Life... explaining the lack of posts in this blog
You may be wondering why there has only been one post this week. Here's a typical day in the life:
7:30am: Wake up, get dressed, and do Korina's hair and make-up for Jhiva
9.30-10.30am: Flyering on the Royal Mile, the busiest high-street where everyone goes to promote their shows with flyers and street theatre.
10.30-11.30am: Flyering outside our venue
11.30-12.00pm: Set-up for our show
12.00-1.00pm: The Jhiva of Nietzsche
1.00-1.30pm: Clear-up set and put it into storage
2.30-4.00pm: See shows
4.00pm: Korina changes into 'Lulu'
4.30-5.30: Flyering on Prince's street for 'Lulu'
5:30-6.00pm: Set-up for 'Lulu'
6.00-6.40pm: Here's What I Know About Humans, by Lulu the Dog
6.40-7.00pm: Clear-up set and put it into storage
8pm-10pm: See shows
10pm: Correct 300-400 leaflets for handing out the next day
Note: Blogging is NOT EASY to cram into this schedule.
Not to mention the yoga classes twice a week! Life is madder than ever doing two shows here at the Fringe, but it has also been an unforgettable experience. Like last year, this year taught us so much more about playing this game, and every difficulty has only made us stronger. With just one day left, every bone in our bodies is exhausted, but if you told us to keep going another week... we'd do it.
This is what we do, it's who we are.