Dinner Theatre’s More Dangerous than You’d Think
By Christopher Munroe
During act two she had a heart attack.
She collapsed, friends rushing to the lobby to summon an ambulance, paramedics, the whole process.
And nobody told the actors. With stage lights to blind them, none of them had any inkling what was going on amongst the crowd.
So they continued the show.
Though they did realize, at some point, that they’d lost them. The laughter, so freely flowing during act one, had stopped, and they were baffled as to why.
They thought it was somehow their fault.
And I had to explain that it wasn’t them who’d died up there….
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