When you are a famous and feathery actor, your work is ongoing.
For instance, when you are on location, you are immersed in playing your part.
And in between acting gigs, you are busy doing research for your next role.
Sometimes your research is so interesting it can even inspire your next creative project, such as with this latest one-avian play from world-renowned actor Pearl Cutts:
“Houseplant for Hire”
(The stage set includes just one hanging green houseplant. The star enters by jumping down from his window ledge into its leaves, evoking an audible intake of breath from the audience.)
(All of a sudden, rapid footsteps can be heard just outside the immediate stage setting. The actor’s focus shifts towards the entry way.)
(As the actor is swiftly relocated back up to his window ledge by the individual addressed as “Mom,” he moves out of the audience’s view. An audible “ouch!” along with the words, “Pearl, no BITING!” can be heard as the curtain summarily snaps shut.)