And I got this shot of a gentleman’s light up wings.
The place was filled with hidden curiosities:
A giant pencil sharpener
It was taller than I am
It really sharpened pencils
And a handy person was there to assist in the process.
Next year, all the pencils from my apartment are going with me.
All of them.
A villainous raccoon
Probably no surprise, but there were at least four,
Which was good, because there were a lot of people to wait on.
My guess is there was a total of nine,
But I couldn’t be certain with all the decorative hats and wide skirts crowding me out of many of the nooks and crannies of the venue.
Can’t speak one way or the other about the mixed drinks,
But they sold some delightful bottled water.
There are VIP tickets and a VIP balcony.
The VIP balcony was separated from the rest of the balcony by glass
And guarded by VIP…
Dressed in old fashioned police hats and uniforms.
They will turn you away
No matter how many sips of your water bottle you offer them.
Maybe a sharpened pencil would’ve been a better bribe.
Then, I went into the Underground,
Which repeatedly led me to hum “Underground” from Labyrinth
And with that fact, “no one can blame you for walking away…”.
Anyways, when I went down the stairs there were:
Items for sale
Like Super Tall Paul
He played the smallest horn in the saxophone family
And other interesting instruments into a microphone,
But I couldn’t hear him
Til someone handed me a pair of Bluetooth earphones and suddenly I could hear all his mixing on his iPad, with his singing and instrumental playing and realized…
Super Tall Paul has a fabulous sound!
It was a unique experience that only the others wearing the earphones were in on. And it was:
A highlight for me
As the night stretched into Sunday morning,
I circled back to the main stage
And was not disappointed
For the performance of Edward Gorey’s Deadly Blotter was about to begin.
The performance used a combination:
This wordless piece was a clever bit of fun.
In short, I enjoyed my time there, and would recommend checking it out next year.
Hugs and this unnamed actor’s kisses til we meet again.
Kara C., is a screenwriter that has lived in LA for a # of years and writes all her blogs in bullet form. She lives in a fancy vintage apartment, furnished by only the finest street corners. Check out her blog here. And, also read about her grand adventure to the largest Ikea in the U.S. here.
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