Our first play is the delightfully bubbly comedy, Like a Blueberry,
by Canadian playwright, Dave Carley. It tells the story of two young women, Tiffany and Chelsea, who, despite the way they sound, should under no circumstances be underestimated. Kerry O'Malley
joined us from Los Angeles to play Chelsea, while Kelly Deadmon
as Tiffany and Wally Dunn
as Gerard recorded from New York.
The recording session for this show was a pretty funny affair, as we were battling noise from a basset hound, a cat
, a seven year old
, and countless sea lions
right outside Kerry’s window! It also took on certain Boston
flair, with several Red Sox
fans taking part. All part of the unique charm of an Amy’s Horse session.
Our second play is Ninety Degrees of Separation
, by Ithaca playwright, David Guaspari
. It's a hilarious look into the odd world of performance art, and just how far artists will go to have a hit show. With Abigail Hawk
as Sondra and Chris Kipiniak
as Zandor, both recording from New York. Joined by Margaret Reed in New Jersey as Nina, and Tim Hopper
in Chicago as Roy.
As you see from the pictures, this was one of our larger online gatherings, and a good time
was had by all. Oh, and Maggie is definitely NOT hiding an enormous shoe collection behind that blanket