- 1: When did you lose your virginity?
- 2: Rough sex or soft sex?
- 3: Do you have any unusual kinks/fetishes?
- 4: Weirdest place you’ve had sex?
- 5: Favourite sex position?
- 6: Do you like to be dominant or submissive?
- 7: Have you ever had any one night stands?
- 8: Sex on the bed, couch or the floor?
- 9: Have you ever had sex in a public place?
- 10: Have you ever been caught masturbating?
- 11: What does your favourite sexy underwear look like?
- 12: How often do you have sex?
- 13: Is there anybody right now you’d like to have sex with?
- 14: Do you prefer giving or receiving oral sex?
- 15: Most embarrassing thing that’s ever happened to you during sex?
- 16: A song you’d listen to during hard/rough/kinky sex?
- 17: A song you’d listen to during soft/slow/passionate sex?
- 18: Are you into dressing up for sex?
- 19: Would you prefer sex in the bath or sex in the shower?
- 20: If you could have sex with anyone right now, who would it be?
- 21: Have you ever had a threesome? If not, would you?
- 22: Do you/would you use sex toys?
- 23: Have you ever sent someone a dirty text/picture?
- 24: Would you have sex with your best friend?
- 25: Is there anything you do after sex? (for example, smoke, eat, drink)
- 26: Something that will never fail to get you horny?
- 27: Early morning sex or late night sex?
- 28: Favourite body part on the opposite sex?
- 29: Favourite body part on the same sex?
- 30: Do you watch porn?
After the jump comes Scene One, which finds us in much the same place as we wind up in Act One, Scene Two of the German Tanz (namely, Chagal, Rebecca, and Magda’s little slice of heaven in the Carpathian mountains).
What changes can you expect? Well, perhaps most noticeable is a ton more dialogue, considering a lot of the recitative (the “Wusha busha,” the part where they’re trying to revive Abronsius with various homemade remedies, etc.) is cut in all the drafts of this scene. I had to be very careful with how I juggled the switches between song and dialogue as well. It really became a matter of mixing and matching, and putting together what worked best to maintain a balance of humor and seriousness, nail down some exposition, establish the characters, and get the plot moving at much the same pace and in the same way.
Is it perfect? No. But it’s the best we’re probably gonna get.
I like the idea and no doubt you know what you’re doing and obviously I know the whole story by heart, but it still seems… too clear. Everything is made clear in dialogue, while on stage it’s so nice to also have visual clues to whatever’s going on and what the characters are like. Also how does Abronsius know Krolock’s name already?
If I’d be the unsuspecting audience, I’d probably feel a little underestimated in my ability to figure out what’s going on.