Thursday Thriller: Pearl Cutts in “Invisible Millet”

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As every talented top secret agent knows, there are many different types of cases that need solving.

Some cases are “open and shut” (every agent likes these kind).

Other cases can be “hot,” “warm” or “cold” depending on the amount of evidence and how compelling it is.

But then there are those cases that are, well, invisible (only the most gifted of black ops agents, such as .007, tend to encounter these types of cases).

Love & Feathers is proud to present the world-famous and feathery actor Pearl Cutts in his latest one-avian play:

“Invisible Millet”

The buzz around this new play has been ongoing and intense. Therefore, the crowd of waiting fans outside the theater is even bigger and more boisterous than usual. 

Some fans have even brought their favorite pics of the petite feathery star, hoping for beak-o-graphs after the show. Fans without photos can be overheard attempting to buy pics off the fans that brought them, but no one with pics will sell.

Just as these conversations are getting….intense….the theater doors open and the fans shift their attention to jockeying for position to obtain the best seats.

Well, well….what do we have here?

You are the “millet bag,” I presume. Now tell me, where did the millet inside you go off to?
“Turned itself invisible,” you say? No, I don’t buy that. Let’s have it – the real whereabouts this time.
Well, look. I have other ways of locating your alleged absconded contents. But you don’t want me to have to use them.
What’s that, “Mom?” Yes, I am aware there are millet traces inside the bag. Don’t worry – they won’t be there for long.
So look. It is just about time for my contractually stipulated “snack break.” Unfortunately for you, I find visible millet to be just as tasty as invisible millet.
You’ll go get the invisible millet and be right back? See? I knew we could come to some sort of agreement.

Just off to stage right, the audience can hear some commotion commence. The mysterious featherless being the star refers to as “Mom” hurries onstage and quickly draws the curtain shut.

Soon afterwards, the audience can hear the unmistakable sounds of muffled crunching and chomping, along with the occasional chirp or two.

The End.


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Published by Shannon Cutts

Animal sensitive and intuitive with Animal Love Languages. Parrot, tortoise and box turtle mama. Dachshund auntie.

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