Tap dance

PUN ALERT!: The Wee Folk Players have been tapped to perform a new episode in the American Drama Series. The troupe has listened in and answered the call, even though they’ve been busy working right down to the wire. This impromptu tableau stars two leading men, who’ve both been clamoring for a role that puts them in the center ring.

For the set, the crew reused old furniture and costumes that have been through the ringer more than a few times! For props, they dialed back to the cold-war era and spied a previously untapped resource – a vintage Barbie princess phone.

Backstage is looking a bit worn and disheveled these days, but spirits are high and creativity abounds! Now if only the wee folk would help out and move that tub and couch, so the show can go on!

The Wee Folk Players (They’re a Stitch) formed after the 2016 election and have performed a string of episodes in the American Drama Series. To keep up with new posts, subscribe to this blog (top right column on the home page). For a wide ranging look at new and old material from my studio, please follow along on Instagram and Facebook. And to find out about Salley Mavor’s post-election satire, please read her this interview.

12 thoughts on “Tap dance

  1. Razzle Dazzle ’em. Can’t you see those two with top hats and canes, like Astaire & Kelly? Except Astaire and Kelly weren’t (to my knowledge) endangering democracy.

  2. Perfect performance! I’m wondering if the players are getting exhausted by all the hard work? I hope not, as I love them. Also wonder if they will have to address Tweeters watching way too much television… It’s not good for children or leaders to be left unsupervised.

    • Thank you for tuning in. The Players are gratified and energized by your applause. They are holding up pretty well under the circumstances, but will have to go part time at some point, due to previous commitments.

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