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Blog Hiatus This Week!

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Hark, all ye citizens of Trout Nation! There won’t be posts this week because I’m not only hard at work on the next Ian and Penny novels, but I’m also knee deep in tech week for Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery at the Kalamazoo Civic Theater. I’m a dresser (a person who stands backstage and helps actors change their clothes quickly), and that’s a big job on this show, where five actors play forty characters!

If you’re in the Kalamazoo area, I highly encourage you to come check out the show. It’s funny and farcical and I’m snort-laughing backstage every night. For tickets and more information, please visit here.

Next week there’ll be another installment of The Worst Person I’ve Ever Met, as well as True Blood Tuesday, Handbook For Mortals, and hopefully a Big Damn Rewatch post.

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10 Comments

  1. I hope you are enjoying your complimentary $12,000 worth of makeup that they gave to you just for funsies!

    ps – always wear your safety harness

    January 9, 2018
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    • Vix
      Vix

      Ha!!!

      But seriously, Jenny, what colour have you painted your nails for today’s show?

      January 11, 2018
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      • mydog'sPA
        mydog'sPA

        Silly goose! Jenny will be wearing show blacks because the stage crew has to wear black because the black blends in to the off-stage blackground [sic] because they’re not supposed to be seen on stage or in the dark (black) wings.

        [See, there’s your Sarem fix for the day]

        January 11, 2018
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        • Jenny Trout
          Jenny Trout

          You will all appreciate this: the director of this show actually did work for Cirque du Soliel in Vegas.

          January 14, 2018
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  2. Samantha Pistor
    Samantha Pistor

    Hi Jenny. First time I leave a comment. Enjoy your “vacations” of the blog and I expect all the amazing posts you listed here.

    Also, I want to tell you that I bought The Boss on Amazon and I am really loving it. Can’t wait to finish and download the rest of the series.

    January 9, 2018
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  3. monica
    monica

    Yay! I am so excited for more Penny and Ian! Enjoy your break and show!

    January 9, 2018
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  4. Jo
    Jo

    Break a leg!!

    January 10, 2018
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    • mydog'sPA
      mydog'sPA

      Better yet, have fun!!!

      🙂

      January 11, 2018
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  5. MamaLich
    MamaLich

    Wow, not only does the play sound awesome (the Hound of Baskervilles is a great story), but that’s an AMAZING range for those actors! Enjoy your break and have fun with the play!

    January 13, 2018
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  6. sexiersadie
    sexiersadie

    OMG. I know people who dressed that show. It broke them. One of them refused to ever do a Ken Ludwig show again.

    February 5, 2018
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