See, Leah is a theater director at the Spotlight Youth Theater, and every year her advanced drama class puts on a full-length play. So this year Leah decided - like you do - to adapt The Princess Bride for the stage, annnd....
Pics by Sonce Landa Photography
SO PERKY. You know, like a nice MLT, when the mutton is nice and leeeean...
Ok, so, not only is just the SIGHT of this play putting me into paroxysms of joy, there's something even better about it: Leah cast the roles of Fezzik, Inigo, and Vizzini to three young ladies. WOOT! That's right, my friends, check out this band of merry women:
I want to join this Brute Squad.
And, seriously, do you KNOW how much I'd want to play Vizzini? DO YOU?! I think I've already got the screechy voice down, so really I just have to work on my victorious guffawing:
AHAHAHAHAHAAH... [slumping over]
Here's a few more shots for your geektastic viewing pleasure:
From his face, I'm assuming this is the part where Westley calls Prince Humperdink a warthog-faced buffoon. But that's just a guess. :)
Hey, Count Rugen, his name is Inigo Montoya. You killed his father. Prepare to die.
"...NOT WITH A THOUSAND SWORDS!"
(What? I'm not the only one hearing the dialogue in my head, right?)
Hope that made you grin as much as I did, guys! And thanks again to Leah, Sonce Landa Photography, and all of the Spotlight Theater actors for the offer, but I'm full up on peanuts right now.