D: It’s great to be here.
K: We’re the DKers
D: I’m Darren K: I’m Kevin D: D K: K Both: ers
D: We’re here to do some juggling for you.
K: But, more specifically we are here to do show on overcoming adversity.
D: At first we thought about staging some sort of adversity that we would then overcome.
K: But we’re jugglers, not actors, so pretending something like that would not work well for us.
D: So instead we have decided to set ourselves up with some real adversity.
K: Adversity is a state of serious and continued difficulty, and one thing that I know Darren finds difficult is not having a script, or an outline, or at least some sort of plan.
K: So today Darren is going to perform a show without having any sort of plan
From here, I have about 70% of a plan for the show. Since it hinges on Darren going into it without knowing anything, I’m not going to write any more of my plan down in case we ever perform it. Note, I don’t think we will ever actually do this especially since it is a show that could only be done one time.
PS. Thank you for the suggestions on a weakness routine. I am looking for something to do, not just something to say. Turns out, weakness is neither fun nor impressive, so I am not going to worry about that routine for a while. Instead I am going to turn my attention to my 4th of July acts. I am looking for songs with a noticeable rhythm if that makes sense.