When last night’s presentation clocked in at just under three hours, we decided to cut the number.
So I guess my enemies are safe for the time being.
It can now become one of your trunk songs! Like Berlin’s “Mr. Monotony”!
I was wondering what happened to that number. I enjoyed the show but I think the last song could be shortened… and maybe nix the Madagascar song.
That being said, I am constantly being blown away by your talent. What an honor to share in your journey.
the idea sounded fab. i know i’d fill the *whole* song with names of my enemy. and never mind that plagiarism charge… shakespeare did it and everyone loves him.
Evarybody who has not seen it has missed something. A great story that at times makes you shudder, at times makes you smile – a story that is not bleak in spite of the seriousness of the matter. I had a fantastic evening. And, Faustus, if you see that L.R. guy again – tell him that he did an absolutely amazing job with the music!
Wish I could have seen it, but as I said in the previous comment, I was in Israel until this morning. Hope to have a chance for more in the future.
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