Yeah, I keep forgetting to order pictures
I'm really not that small, but it was definitely made for a larger person. They took the jacket and skirt in, but didn't do anything to the puffy sleeves, which look huge on me. The whores were pirates (for "Bring on the Men" only) because a lot of them were high schoolers or middle aged women that lacked the body type for the costumes some companies use. Plus the director loves pirates. A lot of the costumes the director wanted were not what the costumer came up with, but she was difficult so the director finally just gave up because she had other crap to deal with. This group is not organized or easy to deal with most of the time.
Working with my husband is pretty typical around here. Not to brag, but he's the best actor in his age range and he has a great rock sound, not the smoothest tenor, though
Plus he's one of three straight guys in his age range as well.
To be honest it doesn't bother me when he works opposite other women. I know how awkward it is when you have to fake relationships onstage. It's not exactly romantic. What does bother me is when they obviously lack any chemistry. He didn't like Lucy's singing or acting ability (unfortunately she was cast because the MD & president of the group love her personally, the director didn't want her, which was a big source of tension among a lot of the cast), so he couldn't stand doing their scenes. She felt awkward having me around so I basically had to make jokes with her about surprising him by slipping him the tongue! "Dangerous Game" was not what it could have been, but I'll get over it