By Anonymous - 22/07/2009 00:39 - United States
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oftentimes in shows, parts of costumes that would in real life be detachable are tacked or sewn on so that they don't accidentally slip off/move/etc during performance, or get lost backstage. i would guess that that was the case, particularly since even i (as a performer and not a costume designer) would have sewn the armband onto the costume. it's also possible that op was dumb and didn't think to take off the armband if it was detachable. clearly i wasn't there so i don't know, but either way. fhl, that sucks.
I was in that play- played a kit kat girl though. that really sucks for you!!!
Isn't it your right as an American to parade around as a Nazi anyway?
hang the bastard by his balls, or, if it's a bitch, hang her with a rusty hook throughh her vagina.
Maybe he couldn't get a ride home, which is why he walked. I always feel bad for the kids who walk back home after being in a play. At least have taken the arm band off though. And since you're a guy, it's not such a crime to go shirtless either.
i actually agree with cramps. as an actor, you should wear at least a thin layer under your costume, like a tanktop or a plain t-shirt, especially if it's a costume you have to wear more than one night. no need to leave extra sweat on a costume, especially if you can't wash it after every performance.