Recently Love & Feathers was proud to announce that our own (very pretty) feathery star had been selected to receive the prestigious “Golden Waffle” award for best acting.
He followed this up with a second incredible performance – a pensive and dramatic one-avian show entitled “Sunrise, Sunset.”
Never one to allow himself to be pigeonholed into a single genre, his next piece is a gripping edge-of-your-seat thriller called “Egg on a Ledge.”
Prepare to be, well, gripped.
Act One begins now.
What did I tell you – gripping, right?
Now the actor takes his traditional brief (lengthy) intermission.
Act Two begins now.
Act Two concludes, and the curtain closes quickly.
Stage Hand notes: It is important to close the curtain as quickly as possible, because the cleaning crew will need plenty of time to clean (mop, scour) the stage before the star’s next performance.
Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts