Proscenium

Audience Etiquette- DWP (Disrupt)

Day 102 – April 12, 2018

If you have been following my posts the last 8 weeks you would probably know that I have been working on a show at school. In the past 2 weeks, the show  has been frequently hi-lighted on this humble bloggers posts. That being said, I have something I need get off my chest. This company of students have been working their ass off since day 1 to put a show together amidst some difficult situations. Still they managed to put it all together and be able to present a wonderful opening night production to this audience. Now I am not saying the crowd were unresponsive or downright unruly. They weren’t. They were an appreciative crowd. Which makes me wonder why in the world would they be so rude and stand at the very end of the show, thus blocking my view of the cast as they took their final bow of opening night. Furthermore forcing me to stand just so I could see them. Just simply rude. But I will forgive them and just hope tomorrow’s audience can control themselves and not disrupt the ending of a great show 😬. Hope your heart is smiling. Disrupt

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