|Postcard for Telenovela Wives of Pancho Villa
Design by Alex Amerri
Cynthia: Okay, Marcy. We got asked to do costumes for the play I am co-producing for the Hollywood Fringe Festival, Telenovela Wives of Pancho Villa, a new play by Jeffery Atik.
Marcy: You’ve never done that in your life. You don’t know how to operate a sewing machine. You are a fashion disaster most of the time. What’s wrong with them? Don’t they have eyes?
Cynthia (nonchalantly): Apparently, if you are the only woman on the producing team and have a semi-fashion blog, people will assume you know fashion stuff.
Marcy: And you said yes?!
Cynthia: WE said yes. Or, I said yes for you. It will be your name in the program. Costume Design by Marcy Very Much.
Marcy: Don’t they know I’m a cat?!
Cynthia: Oh yeah. They think it’s cool. I figured we could document our progress on the blog.
Marcy: You mean our panic.
Cynthia (brightly): That too! So we will have thirteen actors to outfit in 1914 attire. We want the women to look sexy and beautiful and powerful and –
Marcy (panicking): Thirteen actors in period dress?!! What’s the budget?
Marcy (now screaming): What’s the budget?!
Cynthia: There is no budget.
Cynthia (cheering): Hollywood Fringe Festival – here we come!
Marcy is still passed out.
Cynthia: It’s okay Marcy! We can handle it!
Cynthia faints too.
|Cynthia with the cast and producing team for
Telenovela Wives of Pancho Villa
*Our postcard design was done by the super talented, Alex Amerri. Check out his website, AlexAmerri.com. Thank you, Alex!