Thursday, March 27, 2008

Opening Night: The Spanking Booth

It's not often that I can post something that is both on topic and unlike anything that has appeared at MBS before. Today, however, is just such a day.

It is my pleasure to introduce a new, original one-act play entitled The Spanking Booth.

I hope you enjoy it!


Hermione said...

Bonnie, you can't see me, but I'm giving you a standing ovation.



Terpsichore said...

Very nice, indeed! None of our country fairs were ever like this... :-)

Indiana said...

You are on such a roll this week, Bonnie! I'd be happy to trade deep-fried Snickers bars and fried Pepsi for a spanking booth any time...And if there are any dommes out there, maybe the rodeo clowns would be good targets?

Paul said...

Bonnie, a great story, you know I've been to a lot of fairs in my life, I've searched high and low never found a booth like that, shame!!!
Thanks muchly.
Warm hugs,

jam said...

bonnie, wonderful play. now where do i sign up to volunteer for this booth.

david said...

This would make our County Fair famous. This would be a sure hit on Broadway.

*hugs and grins*

padme amidala said...

Very neat idea, bonnie! :)
padme amidala

Dragon & Tiger said...

Excellent story! Will there be a part 2 possibly? Please? Pretty please with a spanking on top? hehe


Anonymous said...

When is the opening night , and who is the leading lady ? Surely there is only one bottom which will fill the bill to perfection. D & S.

New Beginnings said...

My son is the actor in the family but this is one play I would like to be cast in!


Bonnie said...

Hermione - Thank you. Here's my best curtsy.

Terpsichore - Thanks. The only fair I know with a real spanking booth happens on Folsom Street in San Francisco. For Middle America, we'd have to go with a more family friendly presentation.

Indiana - Thank you. Everyone loves a happy clown!

Paul - Shame indeed. It would be such fun.

Jam - Thank you. I think every county fair needs a charity spanking booth.

David - Thanks. Broadway is always searching for something different. But it would have to run a whole lot longer.

Padme - Thank you! I'm delighted that you like it.

D - I don't really have any plans to expand this story, but I suppose you never know. The challenge in writing a sequel is getting back into that particular head space. For example, readers ask me from time to time if I will write a sequel for The Sphere or Reunion. Those stories each take place within a carefully constructed world. I could go back there, but it would take a lot of time and effort. Most MBS readers don't want me to disappear for a week or so just to create some new fiction.

D & S - Karen is actually a composite of several strong women I've known. I don't know if I'm the ideal actress for that role, but I definitely respect her character.

PK - I think you'd be great as Karen!

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