Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Tough Night!


We finished up our "active shooter in a theater" scenario for THE BEST DEFENSE last night. Man, these "big box" scenarios terrify me...not to mention my Sweetie, who handles show logistics, and producer/director Matt Shults. There were lots of moving parts to this one, and it went off without a hitch. Thanks to our Pod People who came up to be in the "audience," as well as some of our cowboy friends, neighbors we drafted, Mike Janich's students and even the Drama Club at the local high school. Many of them died well...and repeatedly!

I did get about 30 minutes of "WHEW!"...followed immediately by the next crisis de jure! LOL!

4 comments:

Balloon Goes Up said...

I wish I could have been there

Anonymous said...

You sure this wasn't the Rocky Horror Show?

_DonWorsham_

Anonymous said...

One reminder: Reality seldom goes off without a hitch.

Respectfully,
Life Member

JohninMd(help?) said...

Hey, Micheal; Off-topic comment. As I get older, I'm turning more and more back to revolvers. I like J-frames, but I gotta wonder.... as sharp as the designers and engineers are at say, Ruger, why can't they do what Colt did 70+ years ago and produce a six-shot snubbie? As light and compact as the LCR is, why could'nt they put one more charge-hole in the cylinder? Colt's Detective Spl./Cobra ain't that big even with early 20th cen. engineering and metallurgy. Can't we get better with today's technology, even in .357mag? what do ya think, care to plant a bug in a few designer's ears? (It's like Kel-tec not chambering the Sub-2000 in .45acp...grrr.)