NOTE: We want to get to know our guest monologists even better before the show. So we're introducing a brand new feature—7 Questions. Each member of Tantrum gets to ask a question—the same one every time—to our special guests, who can answer them in as much or as little detail as they'd like.
Rob wants to know: What's your first memory?
They took out my tonsils when was 3. Then they expected a three-year-old not to scratch at the wound. Right. That spurred my first real memory of receiving a blood transfusion, with the donor in the bed right next to mine. Kind of a bad horror movie vibe.
Nikki wants to know: What's the best thing you got away with as a kid?
Sneaking out for a midnight swim at Wendy Danner’s pool. There were six of us that used to do it all the time around 10, 11 years old. We are all still good friends today.
Josh wants to know: What was/is the most unusual job you've held?
Stringing tennis rackets and chopping down ski poles. Not an interesting job, but certainly the most unusual.
Trish wants to know: What weird thing scares the hell out of you?
Ferris Wheels. Didn’t used to be that way. If you’ve got to have an irrational, adult fear, it beats flying.
Megan wants to know: What makes you laugh out loud?
My dog, Frankie. We don’t have enough space on the web to get into how fun and funny my dog is.
Pete wants to know: What was the first album (45/8-track/cassette/cd/whatever) you purchased with your own money?
Yellow Submarine. Even then, I knew you couldn’t go wrong with The Beatles.
Michael wants to know: What is the best decision you've ever made?
Moving to Kansas City, and I don’t mean that in the suck up way it sounds. So many good things, good friendships, good everything, has hit me since I moved to this town. Smart move.
Find out more about Cindy this Friday at our next show...
Second Fridays at the Westport Coffeehouse
4010 Pennsylvania • 816-678-8886 for reservations
Friday, May 8 • 8pm • Tickets: $10
May contain adult material.