Wednesday, April 29, 2009

IF Theatre

Last week we took our daughters to see Spongebob's" The Sponge that could Fly" in Manchester, although my daughters both enjoyed it, my wife and I were counting down the minutes to the end of the show. The sound of disappointment from most of the kids as Spongebob came on and they realised he wasn't a cartoon was quite comical - I was with them on that one. My wife had the idea for this cartoon, it was probably what the bloke in the costume was thinking anyway.

My other idea was for "Streetcar named desire" which my youngest acts out below - be scared, be very scared.

7 comments:

Diane said...

STELLA!!! Ha this is great! I have kids who love Sponge Bob too! I think that cartoon is brilliant!

Michael said...

Thanks for visiting!

Fantastic piece. I like how he's dreaming big.

And, your daughter is absolutely hilarious! Reminds me of a Seinfeld episode:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jl8IxsgovZw&feature=related

Chris Kennett said...

They say "never meet your idols", I guess the same should go for cartoon characters too! "STELLA!" cracked me up too.

Veronica said...

Haha YES

Owl Eng said...

Heehee... cute and fun!! i wish i could swim with the jelllyfish too...

Kelly Light said...

Too funny!!

Brine Blank said...

That's pretty funny...I remember the horror when I saw the first "Whatever on Ice" type of show and you had the big blank expression characters with people's heads sticking out...I lampooned the whole idea in college at the same time another disaster occurred...Godzilla with Matthew Broderick...I did a poster and music CD for Godzilla II on ice...a musical love story...