Waiting in the Wings — Teaser # 2 by Beth | Sep 12, 2012 | Waiting in the Wings Wednesdays | 8 comments The impresario producer has made his decision. It will be a musical extravaganza like none you’ve ever seen! (p.s. The blackboard says 1st Rehearsal 1 p.m. SHARP!) Stay tuned… Like this:Like Loading... 8 Comments Susanna Leonard Hill on September 12, 2012 at 4:50 am The Pirates Of Penzance? THe H.M.S. Pinafore? Some other G&S that goes with that S above the stage? Or maybe Shakespeare! A children’s musical version of Midsummer Night’s Dream? 🙂 This is fun! 🙂 Angela Brown on September 12, 2012 at 5:19 am I can honestly say I did not expect Frosty in top hat for the stage. Looks like this shall be very interesting 🙂 Joanna on September 12, 2012 at 7:04 am But what is Frosty holding? Patricia Tilton on September 12, 2012 at 7:26 am Still think it’s related to “The Great American Mousical.” It takes place in the winter. Erik This Kid Reviews Books on September 12, 2012 at 5:24 pm What day? Where is it? I want to goooooo! 😉 Love the snowman! Where did you get the stage? Erik P.S. Ms. Hill – I think “S” stands for “Stilborn Productions”! 🙂 Beth on September 12, 2012 at 5:44 pm Although I’ve promised myself not to answer any of the guesses until I reveal the answer in October, I did want to tell you, Erik, that I “built” the stage myself, out of cardboard and fabric and paper. It was fun to do! Robpixaday on September 16, 2012 at 11:42 am LOL….can’t wait to see what this is. Frosty seems to be getting in character . It’s a dandy stage, Beth. You could have all kinds of events there. Room for large choirs, dancing…wow!!!! Diane Tipton on September 16, 2012 at 10:13 pm I have three wild guesses. First, The Phantom of Phantom of the Opera. That is a 19C opera coat and top hat. He is carrying a cane. Waiting in the Wings could indicate his status throughout the show, waiting in the wings to hear the opera singer and to find a way to claim her for his own. Second, Sir Noel Coward. His basic style, born in December (snow). The 1:00 sharp would indicate a director posting for the cast/crew. His show “Waiting in the Wings” is a classic showbiz play. My other guess because of the chalkboard is the musical “A Chorus Line” since the whole show is a backstage musical. Most of the show is of actors auditioning and waiting in the wings. Of course, Neil Simon’s Noises Off also would work there.