Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Observations from the Philly show

It takes some doing to get me into Philadelphia, but a White Elephant show will do it. Good times, good company, good show. Two observations:

- Speaking as a former poor college student, I consider it a compliment to get decent tips from an audience of poor college students at a free show. It's a perplexingly high compliment when one of them discreetly drops a hundred dollar bill in the tip jar.

- The Rotunda is a lovely venue. But if the U of Pennsylvania doesn't renovate and make use of the attached church sanctuary with its gorgeous arched ceiling, echoing marble walls, wallful of organ pipes, and fallen wrought iron chandelier, it will be a crime against architecture. At the very least, it would be a sublime place for a Call of Cthulhu LARP.

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