Alter – Ego

The boys got enough exposure on the poster, and I thought it is time to show you the other side of the Dead Rabbits…

We normally sit on the bus stop all the time… waiting for the… bus (boys have bikes…for some strange reason) but we are much more glamorous and world-wise…

Leah (the red-headed beauty) makes sure the show happen. And this is not just that the lights are working and the performers are visible but she also makes sure that the cast wakes up, turns up on time and remembers to bring their costumes….

Milly (a Devon princess, who is the most excited about life on this photo – which is also generally true in life) is the most important person in the show – she is the one who is left behind…. Milly basically holds the show together…

Moi (in the middle) I have the most amazing job – Every morning, I use my thin bamboo stick on their bare feet – ( why? – I hear you ask) well, it is an old Polish practice (also known by most ‘charming and delightful’ Master –  Philippe Gaulier) I hit them with a stick unexpectedly yet fiercely – so they remember during the show – to have lightness, charm and some ‘God- damn’ pleasure on stage….

And you see it worked!!! Holdovers and two awards..( psst, I will tell you about this later)

Boom!!!

2 thoughts on “Alter – Ego

  1. Congratulations on your 5-star reviews AND the holdover performances. Yeah!! Your show has everything: heaps of talent, great set and music, heartwarming, good fun, and, well, a little sad at times. You’ve covered all the bases. Love how you draw the audience into the show and into your hearts. Simply magical and brilliant! Look forward to seeing you all again at the holdovers. Edmonton needs you to stay year round to warm up and brighten our dreadfully loooooong, dark, cold winters! Wishing you every success!

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    1. Hi William, thank you for this lovely comment. Especially about staying to warm up and brighten the long winters!!! If we could we would for sure!! We had a great reception here and an amazing time. We are very grateful and very very happy. We are playing the holdovers tomorrow and on Saturday and we are very fortunate but also very scared. We have not played in a theatre like that before… So thank you for your support and believing in us. Hopefully, we comeback soon.
      Kasia

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