In preparation for the release of their first trailer, Bwog’s Art Editor Extraordinaire sat down with the cast and production team of V Show 118 to get a little more intimate. A transcript of what ensued follows. This year’s show runs from 4/27 to 4/29, and tickets are on sale at the TIC.
Bwog: How many hours a week do you guys rehearse?
Sean Walsh (CC’14): A hundred!
[Following a bit of general cacophony we had some of the producers do the calculations which came to around 30 hours a week.]
Bwog: Will “Call Me Maybe” be the curtain call music?
Solomon Hoffman (CC’14): NO.
Bwog: How much influence do you guys have over the script?
Rebekah Lowin (CC’14): We get to say it.
Bwog: What are your greatest memories of the show?
Gray Henry (CC’14): Getting pied in the face.
Devin Llyod (CC’15): Being drunk.
Sean: I don’t believe in memories, that’s why I drink.
Bwog: So, is it true you guys picture the audience in their underwear, and if so what does Bwog look like?
Sean: I picture myself in my underwear.
Devin: It would be all blue and white.
Bwog: Have you guys slept together yet?
Eleanor Bray (BC’14): Oh yeah.
Rebekah: We’re going to Titanic 3D together, so…
Bwog: Now it’s time for cast superlatives.
[Alessio Mineo (CC’14) lets down his flowing locks to demonstrate.]
Everyone: … Alessio
Most likely to be found passed out on low steps?
Most likely to get lost in the stacks?
Jenny Singer (BC’15): I mean I was seven minutes late today
Devin: They bribe us with stickers to make sure we’re on time!
Bwog: Would you guys do it again?
Alessio: We’re in contract negotiations.