View Full Version : Who's On First

Dave Saunders
04-23-2005, 09:02 AM
I've been rather busy lately. This had a lot to do with it:


Click the "Whos On First" Album link to see pictures of the play I'm acting in and directing at our church. We close tonight.

For those who don't know what I look like, I'm not the bald one.

Denise Furda is my daughter.


04-23-2005, 10:08 AM
That looks like a fun play - great photos and commentary, Dave! <g>

04-27-2005, 07:41 PM
Sure wish I could've seen the play; it looks like it was great fun to be in and to see!

Recently saw an excellent production of Run for Your Wife at our local community theatre. It was done by one of the best local theatre companies here and was a scream. If you aren't familiar with the play, do check it out, because it looks like it's right up your troop's alley!

04-28-2005, 03:41 PM
do check it out, because it looks like it's right up your troop's alley!But does it have a rubber chicken (http://www.wanamassa.us/familyphotos/album.php?alb=03WhosOnFirst&pick=6)?


04-28-2005, 08:27 PM
But does it have a rubber chicken (http://www.wanamassa.us/familyphotos/album.php?alb=03WhosOnFirst&pick=6)?

<g,d&r>No, no rubber chicken <gg>, but this farce does have one British guy married to two women in London, living a double life in two places at once, getting into an altercation with purse snatchers attacking an elderly lady, getting his pic in the newspaper as a hero, and...well, I'm not going to tell you everything, you just have to watch for it and see for yourself. :-)) Just when you think it can't get any wilder or the husband's web more tangled, it keeps right on building. Here (http://www.sptimes.com/2002/09/08/Hernando/Scurry_to_see_merry__.shtml) is a newspaper article about one theatre company's production of it, better describing the plot.

04-29-2005, 09:39 AM
Does sound like fun. I'll keep an eye open for a local performance.

05-03-2005, 06:12 PM
Hey, Dave! I just found out about a great site for buying/downloading quality sound effects: Sound Dogs (http://sounddogs.com/start.asp). Might come in handy for a production some day!