This is a wonderful write-up of the first Macroscene show (2 weeks ago). One thing I love about this is that it mentions “…there seemed to be a natural/organic flow to it. ” which is exactly what we try to achieve with the Macroscene, and I can’t think of a more exciting compliment than this "Connections were made that i’d never have seen coming, ever."
Thanks for the wonderful review!
Go see the Macroscene tonight (Dec.13th) at 11! (next show is on Dec. 27th)
Oh boy. Where to begin? I’ve never seen the Macroscene before but after an extremely animated discussion with Shaun Diston (distinguished macroscene alum), he piqued my interest. I went. I was highly impressed. Hard to believe these guys have only had three class sessions and put on a pretty funny…
A guy pushes a Priority Mail envelope through the window and demands “I need this to get there TOMORROW.”
The postal worker responds and he looks furious "Why Not?"
He gets a answer to his question and then says "Well, I don’t want to go put this in a different envelope."
He listens again. "Well when would this envelope arrive?"
After getting this question answered he calmly says "Oh, that’s fine."
Reinforcing a point I always believed, when most people claim something is an emergency, or needs to be done immediately, or as in this case, needs to arrive by tomorrow, they are full of shit and can wait.
In this guy’s case, this envelope needs to arrive tomorrow unless it takes him a minute to move it from this envelop to a different envelope, in which case it can take a couple of days.