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Friday, September 27, 2013

Hero's Journey Summery

Hello all,

So I know that this is delayed by a few days, but I still wanted to publish this post for all of you that like to read about what is happening!!

Ok so last Saturday was the Hero's Journey show in ofallon Missouri. It took place at a family day fair for the city of Ofallon and there was so much for families to do! They had different Boths, crafts, bounce houses, and animals!! It looked like a fun day for the family!!

Well our show took place on the main stage! Before we began we went through the audience to get sentences to say as a greeting and a response. These all had to be said on the spot. 

When the show started we had a lot if people sitting and watching and to me it was really awesome seeing everyone getting involved!!

The show lasted about 30 minutes and involved a lot if physical activity. If you have not read my posts, I had to play 5 different characters and it was crazy!! 

Well the show was so much fun and I can't wait to join another Monkey Tales Theatre show!

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Now since this post is so delayed I have decided to let you and only you that read this post in on a surprise! 

October 18 (that should be a Saturday) I will be heading to Metropolis IL for a Murder Mystery Inc show! Well two if them! I am excited for this! It is at a Casino!  I can't wait to let you know more about this!!

Also! Yes another surprise! Starting in early November I will be working for DaySprings Academy to work their ballet show! This is only a week, but it is still experience!! 

Ok that is all for now!! Thank you all for reading!! Love you all,

Daniel Sukup 

4 comments:

the mother ship said...

Wooot!!! Onward and upward! ;)

Tami Sukup said...

What about the Kansas City show? See I read your post and am still very proud of you. Keep finding those jobs. The more you make the less it cost me. Lol. Love you and continue to celebrate each accomplishment.

FYI : just kidding about money. You ask for very little.

Daniel Sukup said...

Thanks!!!

Daniel Sukup said...

Thanks!