Fitting Amateur Dramatics around a full time and intensive job is always tricky, but spare a thought to the complexities of fitting it around jobs which have antisocial hours or a lot of post work involvement.
Working in the pub trade places some restrictions on what I can commit myself to performing wise. Three nightly shows at the weekend are not really doable in my trade, so I long since gave up aiming for major roles and stuck to smaller roles or part of the chorus. This, purely being because they are easier to fill in when duty calls.
Mrs A, on the other hand, will often take her marking and work with her and work on it between scenes and what not.
This time around we have small roles but we are something of a double act who’s principal function is to cover a few scene changes which require a large amount of set moving.
And just in case you were wondering. No, neither of us are stripping off this time.
Word of the Day Challenge: Nightly