Yeah, I know, she LOOKS cute, but actually she can shoot laser beams from her eyes and her claws can disembowel a Grizzly Bear…probably. She spent a lot of last night learning about when it’s time to play and when it’s time to sleep. She’s asleep now, obviously, because it’s daytime and the weasels are up and want to play with her. I’m going to bed now, because I don’t want to play with anyone….
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- A Time For Farewells – Carnoustie Theatre Club
- A Time for Farewells – FEST Production, 2011
- A Time for Farewells – Hong Kong Productions
- A Time for Farewells – RAF Halton
- A Time For Farewells : Titirangi Theatre
- Don’t mention the Dream at the Method Actor’s Training Center, Pretoria
- For Sale – Baby Shoes – Never Worn: Kilmuckridge Drama Group
- Strange New Worlds by Send Amateur Dramatic Society
- The KADS Radio Plays
- The Kitchen Skirmishes – Mexico Area Community Theatre
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- Waiting For Twist Stiffly – Tualatin High School
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