So far we’ve heard from directors, teachers, producers, and marketers, but we haven’t heard from any audience members — much less, parents. Jeff Mosser less-than-discretely interviewed his parents about Theatre Pro Rata’s show.
Jeff Mosser: So you made it up and back to Minneapolis allright? How was the show?
Dad: I liked it. The only thing I didn’t like was that it was so darned hot down there. Luckily they had a few fans or I’da been in trouble.
Mom: I told the director who we were and oh they knew you! She worked with you when you were living in Minneapolis, and she got excited and took us on a tour of where the bathrooms were.
JM: What was your favorite moment of the show?
Mom: Well it probably would have been the death of JFK because people our age all remember where we were when we heard that. We heard it at one o’clock when we were on our way back to work. Terrible, terrible shock. They did a really good job. It was somber.