Nine Great Theatre Stories From SCRAMBLED EGGS

Lists of things do very well on the web. Here’s an example from SCRAMBLED EGGS!

Scrambled Eggs

Most theatre stories are of the “you-had-to-be-there” variety, but recently the cast & crew of SCRAMBLED EGGS was asked to share their most embarrassing/interesting/funny anecdote. Check out the responses!

Where’s a Cop When You Need One?

John Howard SwainJohn Swain, Lead Producer

Back in the ’70s, I co-owned a small dinner theatre company in Northwest Florida called The Denver Seed Company. We were doing a production of THE STAR SPANGLED GIRL by Neil Simon. One night was particularly memorable in that more went wrong during the show than I’d ever thought possible. Missed cues, lost props, dropped lines. Although I wasn’t required to be, I just happened to be there that night. Just when I thought it couldn’t get any worse, it all completely unraveled. At one point in the play, as called for in the script, the character Andy handcuffs the character Norman to a steampipe on stage. In this case, it…

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