Question 1: What should the structure of the show be?
A) Like Themes; some sort of gimmick that lets you go through some sort of list
I see this all the time. Brett Meyers' show is like this, most of the shows at Sesame Place are like this, lots of kid's books are like this. (I am sure there are lots of other examples, but that is most of the media that I consume right now). There are endless ways to do this. Olympics, each event is a routine, Awards show, each category is a routine, I don't want to be a juggler anymore each replacement job is a routine(this is PJ Funnybunny)
B) Like Prodigal, we narrate a Bible Story. This is pretty self expanatory.
C) Something else,
I don't know what the something else would be. I imagine that we would think of a thing we wanted to say or do, and make up a story that allowed us to say or do that thing. Example: Back in college I did a short show with my friend Nate. He said he wanted to write his number on a ball and give it to a girl in the audience, so the whole show built up to that.
I really enjoyed making Prodigal Fun, and that style of show would be fun and natural for me to write again. That being said I don't think we should do that again, I think it works better if we are the characters of the story instead of the narrators. Between A and B, I would pick A. However as always, my preference is something new. I don't know what the something else would be. I imagine that we would think of a thing we wanted to say or do, and make a story that allowed us to say or do that thing. Example: Back in college I did a short show with my friend Nate. He said he wanted to write his number on a ball and give it to a girl in the audience, so the whole show built up to that. Trying to think of a thing I would like to say, led my to Question 2
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Question 2: Any idea on what the message of the show should be?
I don't think this is actually a good idea for the show, but the point of K Anything is basically to have a place to put ideas that don't really have a place to go. A thing I like to talk about with Darren is Professional vs. Amateur. Here are prior posts on this: Professional and Lower Case K (I might be missing one). The thing I like about this idea is that Darren and I can actually disagree, and the audience could pick sides. We could each pick Bible stories to go with our points. I don't know what the pro-professional would be, probably something like run the race to win the prize kind of a thing. My first thought on the anti-professional is Jesus washing the disciples feet. I like the idea of retelling it and having Peter's response be rolling his eyes and yelling, "Come on! Can't we keep this thing professional" I could go on, but I don't see this actually being a juggling show.
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Question 3: Do you have any interest in having more merchandise? (Juggling props, kits, coloring pages, etc?)
People have asked about us selling juggling props or kits. I don't really want to do this, we already have too much stuff to transport and keep track of. I am sure I would get into making a instructional video to go along with a kit, but there are other things I'd rather do. Some of the stands at the Creation Kid's Tent have coloring pages. It would be fine to make some of those, but I can't really see us using them for very many events.
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