The rules again, just as they were originally posted. You all have two days. Good luck.
1. No MEAT or MEAT BY-PRODUCT may be used. This includes the following, but is not limited to: chicken, fish, shell fish, red meat, pork, any broths or stocks made from meat, cooking in the same pan meat has been cooked in without washing it, bacon (yes, that really does count as meat).
2. Animal by-products are okay. They include things like cheese, milk, cream, yogurt, butter, etc... Eggs are okay.
3. Meat substitutes are okay (soy and tofu, though if you've had tofu, you know it's disgusting), and will probably be useful.
4. Your dish needs at least five ingredients (meaning steaming a bowl of broccoli doesn't count).
5. A vegetable tray also doesn't count.
6. Any dish. It's not limited to soups, or anything.
7. No bread bowls.
Basic update time:
I'm working on a show right now called Deathtrap. It's a couple of my friends' senior project, and I'm on the running crew for it (meaning I sit backstage with a headset on and wait to be told to do random things...open and shut a door, get props ready, run on stage and get things off before the next scene). It's a big show with a small cast, and a very small running crew (there are just two of us, one of each side of the stage). It can get stressful, but we have two shows left. The first two nights sold out (last night more than sold out and we ended up having to add chairs during intermission).
I've been working quite a bit, which has been nice. I actually picked up a shift in our Birch Run store yesterday, where is where I'd like to end up eventually, since their associates get a lot more hours regularly than we do in Midland.
I'm Costume Head on another summer show (and another senior project) called Bug. It's the first time I'll be Costume Head, but I'm looking forward to it.
And lastly, I have auditions in a couple weeks for a very funny show called The Great Books - Abridged.