A few months ago, theatrical history was made when a certain talented actor (with feathers) made his television debut.
This soon led to receipt of the rare and prestigious “Golden Waffle” award for acting excellence.
Now, for his long-awaited (and eagerly anticipated) sophomore performance, Pearl Cutts is back.
On his behalf, his tireless (exhausted) large featherless assistant is proud to introduce Pearl’s latest one-avian show:
First, I will simply show myself so the audience can get all their screaming, fainting, and clapping over with.
As the morning light advances, I will use “nonverbal communication” to convey the sun’s slow but steady progress to the audience.
The sun is now just passing “noon.”
Here, I will again use moving body language to convey the sun’s passing and how this time of day makes many beings think of one of my favorite activities, “napping.”
As “sunset” falls, the audience’s thunderous applause frightens the sun behind something called a “moon.”
Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts