About Cue the Penguin!
I invite you to write along with me in the comments section. Give me your version of where you think the scenario might go. I may or may not follow your lead. We may join up for part of it and split again. It will be a free-flowing experiment. Please keep it clean and fairly void of coarse language. As much as I admire David Mamet, I don’t necessarily see the need to use that language to make a point.
The curtain rises on January 1st, 2008.
PS. Why did I call this blog Cue the Penguin! ?
I chose Cue the Penguin! as the title of this blog because it’s the first thing that came to my mind at the end of Act I, when I saw The Man Who Came to Dinner, with Nathan Lane. There is a penguin that comes on stage right before the curtain falls and, as a former stage manager, I could hear what the show’s SM must have said at that moment. I’ve had the pleasure of working with a live cat for a production of Bell, Book and Candle, and I know working with live animals can be a challenge…
Hopefully this challenge will prove to be an entertaining as well as a productive one.