On Saturday I had a quiet day — mostly. You see, Judi, Bernie, Mikey, Scott, Carol, Chris, Jade and Arielle all went down south to Margaret River and beyond, to a purportedly lovely little abode called Tulip Cottage, for the long weekend. So I was all alone (awwwww!) in the Plottke home, where I did some light cleaning (it's the least I could do) and spent most of the day composing a song for my next project, The Great Dictatorship, which will be staged almost immediately after I get back. It's a play with some songs, and it's really an upgrade of Peace Land Bread, which was performed a couple of months ago. So my day was spent coming up with some menacing-sounding music for a song performed by a dictatorial queen who decides to unleash her vengeance upon the citizens of her kingdom whom she considers to be rebels. Nasty stuff. Here's a sneak preview of the music, if you're interested:
And here's the poster for the show:
(Hark: if you view the full version of the poster, you'll see Music composed by Nick Choo, winner of two 2014 Boh Cameronian Arts Awards!! Well!!!
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