There are some performances in the Gibbelins’ Tower that you don’t see.
Sometimes we’re afraid that they’ll give people the wrong idea. Sometimes we like to tell stories of how Mylitta beat up the monster. Or won his heart. But we can’t show those. Or sometimes we like to tell stories about dharma. But we haven’t figured out how to explain dharma yet. If we had, I guess, then maybe this story would be over.
Sometimes I just go out and I tell the empty chairs what the monster actually did to me. Then I get awkward and go hide.
Sometimes I tell bad pirate jokes. Like, “Knock knock? Who’s there? A pirate!”
Martin sometimes tries to get me to finish that one, but I think it’s complete in itself.
There’s a performance going on tonight that you can’t see. It’s about how the nefarious hunter William Show shoots Bambi’s Mom, but instead of dying, she spends four years in a coma and then wakes up to hunt William and his lieutenants down. It’s too violent for tender minds like yours! Also, Tarantino might be upset.
*This* stage is empty, though, so feel free to come down and play out scenes if you would like.