My Daughter Emily’s one woman play

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6 Responses to “My Daughter Emily’s one woman play”

  1. Paul says:

    She was bloody awesome!!!!!

  2. David says:

    If she takes after you I am sure she was FANTASTIC!

    I’ve just been selected for the part of Joseph in a church event this summer. Wish I could do one tenth of one percent as well as you – after all these years, still a fan.

    • Paul says:

      HI David – yes she was fantastic and I am a very proud father!!

      Good luck with the play I am absolutely sure you will be terrific – just be truthful and the rest will follow, it is a great story. As we say in the business – Chookas!

      • David says:

        Thanks, Paul! My kids are getting so interested now they are wishing they could play parts as well. Maybe some day. 🙂

      • David says:

        You’re an inspiration, Paul. My week as Joseph was very enjoyable and was really helped by the fact that I’ve watched your movie so many times. My wife built some pretty incredible low budget sets – I sat in the prison set alone for about 30 minutes before time and worked myself into an incredible depression identifying with Joseph.

        This was an audience participation event with all ages so there was a lot of interesting ad libbing; being able to identify with the role helped more than knowing the script well, so I concentrated on that. I also gave the ultimate sacrifice for the second night when Joseph was promoted to the palace, and shaved my head so I would look authentic Egyptian.

        I am thrilled and I hope everyone there took home something memorable.

        Been spending the nights this week at home winding down after last week’s excitement. My wife and I decided for a nice change of pace to rent Strictly Ballroom since we had never seen it – I’ve decided I need to be a better fan and see more of your work!

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