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Being a famous and feathery actor requires an expert command of language.
Plus, you must be able to emote (express emotion) on demand.
And you must have a sufficiently charismatic on-stage personality to take command of the stage and capture the audience’s full attention.
This, of course, is why all the best master actors have feathers. But that doesn’t stop other wannabes (like, for instance, the stage “props” assigned to assist you with a particular role) from trying their best to steal your spotlight.
Love & Feathers is proud to present the world-famous and feathery actor Pearl Cutts in his latest one-avian play:
“The Remotest Remote”
As ticket holders enter the theater, they see the stage is already populated with three “props.”
Each of the props has an odd series of small raised objects on their top surface. They are lying very still. They don’t seem very charismatic.
After some time, the lights dim and the star leisurely strolls on stage (the dimming is a new strategy to reduce fan fainting. It works….sort of).
With this, the star gives the “high sign” to his Grandpa, aka the Tall Tree, who offers a branch to his pint-sized partner.
They head off in search toasted waffles. The three remotes continue lying there very un-charismatically.
Later, the news headlines report that several “batteries” are known to be on the lam in the local vicinity. Any civilian tips as to their whereabouts are eagerly sought.
Shannon & Pearl