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Date Posted: 07/25/03 7:48am
Subject: Re: July 18th show reviews (if you can't tell there are spoilers....)
In reply to:
's message, "Re: July 18th show reviews (if you can't tell there are spoilers....)" on 07/25/03 6:31am
>They definitely should stick to volunteers - most of
>the time. How can we forget Larry the animal noise
>maker from Vegas - he volunteered. That, though,
>opens up a whole kettle of fish about why they
>shouldn't choose the volunteers who are toasted.
The best part of that was Drew making fun of him in Jeopardy after and Larry was just so clueless. When I was in Vegas two years ago, they chose a guy for sound effects that didn't make any sounds. He was just horrible. I think he was embarrassed so he proceeded to be a total ass when he got off the stage. He went back to his seat and then would not shut up. I remember at one point Brad yelling at him something like oh now you have something to say after not making any sounds on stage. The guy ended up being removed by security.
>The same thing happened at one of the shows in
>Atlantic City. A person was pulled up on stage to do
>moving people and she had absolutely no idea of what
>to do. I want to say she was supposed to move Colin
>(I could be and probably am wrong. If anyone else was
>at the Sunday show please correct me if I am wrong).
>She had no desire to be there and didn't even
>understand what she was supposed to do - even after it
>was explained. People in the audience were having to
>tell her what to do. As it was, the person she was
>moving (Colin?) hardly moved at all and the whole
>scene ended up being a bit on the akward side.
I've seen that happen before. What I don't get is when the guys are giving them verbal clues why they don't just go with it. I mean the concept of the game isn't that hard even if you've never seen it before.
>I'm certainly not saying Moving People is easy to do -
>I did it after volunteering and I don't think I ever
>really moved Brad's left side (too close to the edge
>of the stage for my comfort zone). The point I'm
>making is that if someone's willing they'll have a bit
>more success than the unwilling person. Of course
>that's just what you said too so in reality I'm not
>making a point - I'm agreeing with one. I haven't had
>my morning intake of caffeine yet to please forgive me
>if I sound space shot.
I think Moving People is much harder than it looks. I moved Brad too and he was dead weight. I always thought they'd at least help you, but he didn't. Plus he was playing someone with a back injury so he kept screaming when I'd go to move him. Scared the heck out of me the first time. I've played Sound Effects before too. Thank goodness it was at the Improv and not some big venue. I didn't want to be up there, but I figured why not make the best of it and tried to make the sounds. Of course Colin came up with some interesting interpretations of my sounds, but it ended up being fun.
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