I am fortunate enough to live fairly close (2 hours away) to Largo so I get to see the show live a lot. My first live show was June 2013 for my birthday. I was a little shy so the only person I met was Marc Evan Jackson (Sparks Nevada). He was so kind. It really was a great birthday.
The next couple of shows were just as amazing as my first show. I started to get a little more outgoing and started meeting more of the Workjuice Players and started getting my Graphic Novel signed.
Each and every time I’ve been to a live show I am so blown away by how nice and kind each and everyone of the Workjuice Players and their guests are. They are so awesome! I have been to 14 live shows at Largo and 1 live show + Web series screening at the New Beverly Cinema and I have loved them all.
Here are just a few of the photos of shenanigans that I have had the pleasure of witnessing:
The most recent Live show was EPIC. The show itself was great, Ben and Ben wrote such an amazing show. Aaron Ginsburg directed so well and the music by the Andy Paley Orchestra was stellar. The Cast was amazing. WJP: Marc, Mark, Hal, Craig, Busy, Paul, Paget. GS: Keegan-Michael Key, Jason Ritter, Colin Hanks, John Ross Bowie, Jamie Denbo, Jenny Wade, Nathan Fillion
My most stand out moments was probably from the most recent show. The line to meet the cast was so long they had to cut off the amount of time spent with each cast member which meant no more pictures. I was totally bummed but I understood why. After a while several cast members started walking down the line to sign things so that they could get the line moving even faster. After Mark Gagliardi came by I casually and kinda jokingly said it would be great if he would send Nathan back so I could get a picture (Nathan is the reason I got into TAH and I’ve wanted to meet him for a very long time) Within a few minutes Mark, a man of his word, showed up with Nathan back to my spot in line and Nathan graciously took some pictures of us with my phone. Mark Gagliardi is my hero. He made my night so amazing.