Pie throwing is kind of a lost art, and although it may be a rather rudimentary, burlesque humor, there’s something inherently funny about taking a pie in the face, under the right conditions. Johnny Carson
The “Southern Fried Funeral” has been put to bed and the revival of my acting career was the highlight for me. I’ve never had a pie thrown in my face. I hope I never do again, because the entire process has led me to a lifelong love affair with Cool Whip. I always liked the stuff, but now I know that my desire for having my face so encased will go on for a long time. So I say goodbye with a sad heart and a renewed spirit for going on another diet. Who knows, this video should give me the motivation I need.
This week I’ll be teaching a workshop for those interested in theatre acting ages 55+. I should have a lot of new experience to shower on them. Even those who have never been on stage are invited to participate in this event. So on with another adventure in the theatre. I suppose some day, I’ll die on the stage. It wouldn’t be such a bad way to go.