We were delighted to be playing a Sudbury Saturday night. It was our first show here in five years, and Trevor’s first in eight. (Trevor was on paternity leave the last time–The Arrogant Worms are a very progressive organization–and was replaced by the always delightful Mike Ford.) But before we get on with the show, we will let you in on some of the excitement and wonder of the Canadian Entertainment Business. Yes, here is Chris checking into the hotel!
What an action shot!
The theatre was at Laurentian University and the stage was carpeted, which is not something you see every day. We were a little worried about static electricity (and static cling) but you’ll be glad to know that we somehow made it through unharmed. The Sudbury crowd was loud and enthusiastic, although they did fare poorly on the Mounted Animal Nature Trail, which was suprising given their proximity to the real park. We think they might have been messing with us. After the show we met some fans and then enjoyed the fungi collection that was in the lobby. Why don’t more theatres have this?
Oh, that Trevor. He’s one fun guy! (this is a play on words… it sounds just like fungi… okay, so it’s not funny.)