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  • some level of insanity creeps into any artistic production. the key is to manage it properly.

    at our final rehearsal we were exhausted from throwing our bodies into the text and filling each other with our presence. we sang twinkle, twinkle, little bat until our voices cracked.

    then aaron shambled over to give the hatter a note about his scream. example of a proper scream?

    AHHHHH!! (no...), aaaaAAA... (no) AARRRRRRAAAAAaaaaaAAAAA!!

    "got it," said the hatter. "AARRRRRRAAAAAAaaaaAAAAA!!"

    "no, not quite."
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