The Protector of Osmir
My brethren! Kindred spirits! I have found you! Yes, I’m talking to you, you fine folks at Impossible Salt, you twain musical directors Emilia Allen and Parker Genné, et al. And what a name for your company! IMPOSSIBLE SALT! I love it! You see, I too am a theatre person. Writing, directing, and producing are what I do when I’m not penning articles for this or one of our sister websites (vampires.com, zombies.org, topcomics.com, and darkness.com). My own theatrical company is also colorfully named: EVIL CHHEZ PRODUCTIONS. I tend to stay away from music, though, being as I am tone deaf, or when I do dally in it I find someone else to handle the directing duties. It pleases me to learn of your existence, Impossible Salt people, and to learn that you have similar interests to me: a concern for the environment and a love of Horror. Please allow me, then, to pimp your latest production.
THE PROTECTOR OF OSMIR is a werewolf story. It is being co-produced with the Minneapolis Music Company, is directed by Emilia Allen and stars Parker Genne. It’s playing at the Nautilis Music Theatre in St. Paul. If you’re in the area, check out the show, whydoncha? (Okay, probably by the time this article posts the production will have wrapped. But I encourage you to go see the NEXT production from IMPOSSIBLE SALT.) Tell ‘em the Cheezman sent you, and tell ‘em I said to break many legs!