Photos: “The Ancient Texts of Love” at No Shame Theatre

The mystic ponders the ancient texts.

The mystic ponders the ancient texts.

Here are some photos of Darlene Fedele and Todd Ristau doing a staged reading of my short script “The Ancient Texts of Love” at No Shame Theatre in Roanoke, Virginia on Feb. 15, 2013. It’s a three-minute (or so) piece in which a woman seeks help from a mystic to cure her love life.

Unfortunately, the ancient text he consults is “snips and snails and puppy dog tails.”

No Shame is a weekly open-mic venue for original performance; the Roanoke one is just one of many around the country.

The mystic advises that he needs escargot. "In the vernacular, snails."

The mystic advises that he needs escargot. “In the vernacular, snails.”

The mystic's robe began its life as a Jedi costume at Halloween for my son.

The mystic’s robe began its life as a Jedi costume at Halloween for my son.

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