AT THE BIJOU, FOLKS
Absolutely*Kate asked our current
leading lady for a splendiferous lead in to
AT THE BIJOU's next memorable AUTHOR OF NOIR.
With no ado to you, here's more Morrigan, JULIE MORRIGAN, celebrated in our NOIRvember Double*Feature,
WISH UPON A STAR and its genesis, STAR
|BIJOU NOIR AUTHOR|
JULIE MORRIGAN, LOOKING
AS STUNNING AS
THE EFFECT OF HER WORDS
Thank you Ms Dietrich, and may I say you top off a tux right nicely.
CHRIS RAT-A-TAT RHATIGAN
And besides all that, Chris is a generous soul who both reviews and promotes the work of other writers.
So without further ado,
give the lighting man the cue,
swish wide the red velvet curtains
and bestow a warm BIJOU welcome
on Chris Rat-a-tat Rhatigan!
|STARBOARD IS OUR NOIR|
I'd like our audience to know Ms Morrigan set aside busy editor jeans to spiff up to what hangs front and center in her burgeoning closet, her favourite frock, the 1950's snow white taffeta. Notice the rhinestones Jools stitched up on both bodice and straps.
My moxie pal Mae reminded me, "I used to be snow white . . . but I drifted."
Marlena? Hell, she wears whatever she wants. Who's gonna tell that broad what to do? I'm just overjoyed at the stars joining our shows . . . as NOVEMBER GOES NOIR, AT THE BIJOU.
"Shhhhhhh, here comes
Nice One, Chris. Loved the last line as well as this one;
Otis sipped the shitty coffee. Other than that, he kept his mouth shut."
You certainly know how to showcase your writers, Ms. *Kate. A great intro if ever there was one.
And, yes, Marlena can (and will) wear whatever the hell she pleases.
Why Mr Mackey, it took a swell who hangs at the Carlyle to know what pleases Marlena.
Grace o'my thanks, oh gracious one. Great writers deserve great showcasing -- I'm just doin' the song and dance that comes naturally. (got grinnn)
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