On Being Earnest
Actually it ended up not being so wild and no goats were harmed at the A WILDE NIGHT: After-Party at the Goat Farm.
Not because it wasn't a great party, but more because Cindy and I were already exhausted. I had purchased the tickets the week before, not knowing our schedule.
I figure that we both love events hosted at the Goat Farm, it was to benefit Georgia Shakespeare and I have always been a huge fan of Oscar Wilde, who much to my dismay didn't show up.
We must stop meeting like this
One of our wonderful teachers, Jacosa from Circus Arts was performing which was an unexpected treat.
We ran into her the other day at the Sweetwater Festival where she was at the Circus Camp booth but she merely handing out flyers, so it was fun to see her up on the trapeze.
We're All the News Now
I didn't realize until later that I managed to capture the fire-breather twice, once on my phone and then on this other spectators phone, pretty interesting.
I don't often think too much about the risks involved in fire-eating and breathing, but the other day I found out one of our circus arts alum had burned her lung playing with fire.
But it sure looks cool.
I mean hot, I mean....
And The Band Played On
Blair Crimmins & The Hookers were rocking the room with a vaudeville and ragtime kind of flavor and we would have probably kicked up our heels and joined in with the dancing, but as I mentioned we were exhausted and our feet were already wanting to go home.
We gave in and headed home after not so long, but it was fun time while there.