This entry is in response to the episode Stuff.
The Barney Stinson Theatre Experience
Tuesday, February 20, 2007
As many of you know, I'm an art enthusiast, a patron if you will. Personally, I've sponsored many a dancer and it's been so stimulating to watch them achieve such new and flexible heights.
Recently, I turned my creative energy toward proving that playwriting is a cinch: in fact, with the lights off, anything can be a great performance. So may I humbly present to you excerpted selections from the Barney Stinson Theatre Experience (Copyright, 2007).
A handsome gentleman saunters onto the stage. Coocooca choo
Moist. Moist. Moist. Moist. Moist. Moist. Moist.
Repeat for forty minutes.
COSTUME CHANGE: ROBOT, Cornelia Danielia
Car factory. Lay off. Lost and alone. Oil change!
Robot walks stage right (or left). In a robot manner, pick up watering can. Pour some water in flower pot.
SPECIAL EFFECTS: Flowers sprout. Robot surprised! Robot smells the flower. More surprise. Improvise dance for 15 to 20 minutes.
Feelings. Inside. Oh no!
COSTUME CHANGE: NUDE
Insurance. Anatomy. Pharmaceutical sales.
Sculpture. The locksmith. The David.
Jumping jacks - 10 to 15, depending on the moment.
MUSIC CUE: Peter Gabriel's "In Your Eyes."
COSTUME CHANGE: JUDGE'S ROBES
I object! Sustained. Overruled. Counselor, where are you going with this? I'll allow it. I rule in favor of the plaintiff. You must give the defendant... one hug... of a bear variety!
COSTUME CHANGE: KING OF ENGLAND
Hear ye, hear ye! From this day forward, I do hereby declare, that the third Monday of every month shall be...
The King drops dead. LIGHT CUE: Shut off. CUE: Applause/adulation.
If you are interested in staging your own production of the BSTE, go ahead. Just send me the link to your video at email@example.com. Theater is a living being and should be free to all.
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