There is a lot of talk about how luscious our sweet Gwen Gastorf is in her Suicide Girl chic at the top of the play as Linda Summers, our grad student and Prospero groupie. I have decided to let the picture speak for itself. I have hotter shots of Gwen but this is a family blog and I like to hold something back for February Sweeps.
The best thing about the existance of blogs for the world of small arts organizations is that you get press you don't even have to ask for. We at Rorschach have always thought that the internet and blogs in particular are the best way for smaller theater companies to get their name out there in front of our audiences. The fact that we blog should tell you all how seriously we take the power of electronic opinion. That is why I draw your attention to internet reviews just as much as those in print publications. Here is one such opinion we received from a site called Drago Life.
Here is the link to the review, which gives a nice summary of the play and hands out some superlatives to the cast and their various body art. I do however take issue with one of Drago's comments regarding the lack of staples in the Rorschach Theatre programs. Drago if we started spending money on staples, there would be even less money for things that really matter. I challenge the rest of you to leave me a comment to tell Drago what the money we would spend on staples is currently being spent on. Let's see staples probably cost like $1 for a hundred. Let me use the internet to find out. Wait right here.
Ok, Staples sells 25,000 staples for $4.38. Wow! who knew staples were that cheap? But you got to figure in labor and the man/woman power needed to staple the programs at about 4 hours, even at minimum wage that is like $25. So what would Rorschach have to give up to put a staple in every program?
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