“Nothing like a rainy Wednesday to bring people out.” Have we still not figured out an internet way to indicate sarcasm? Because we really, really need it. One of the first conversations I had at Dollhouse Productions Wednesday night contained this gem, dripping with verbal irony.
Fortunately, what threatened to be a really slow, dreary night turned out to be a fun evening with a pretty good mid-week turnout. People didn’t show up early by any means, but by the time Miss Pussycat put on her puppet show (Some weirdness involving a house hunting princess. There may have been some allegory involved.(Again, we really need a sarcasm thingie.)) there was a pretty good crowd ready to dance to Quintron and Miss Pussycat‘s swampy, fun, funky, groove laden, singular jams. Hell, even I almost danced. Almost.
Savannah’s own Twisty Cats and The Lipschitz opened the night, making all 3 acts of the night male/female duos. Both acts are great additions to the Savannah scene and really worth checking out.
I took some pictures with a new setup, figuring it out on the fly. Here’s what I got.