Saturday, 10 March 2018

Minor Stages

Just as life itself has major and minor stages, so does this ethereal theatre.


The major stage here is the world stage, of course.

The minor stages include the minor stage itself.  That location is mainly devoted to occasions for immature audiences and their mature supervisors.

There is also the stage of ignorance.  Events there are mainly devoted to the artistic presentation of ignoble acts for ignoble audiences.  The purpose of performances on the stage of ignorance is to inform the audiences of their own hideousness.









There is also the stage of little significance.  It is also known as the sound bite stage.  It is often used hectically during election campaigns.

Then there are the three, very small stages of life.

One of those stages is usually used for events primarily for audiences experiencing in the later years of adolescence and the early years of adulthood.  Superficial newness, passing fads and various novelty shows are commonly put on display there, of course.

The second small stage of life is used for nostalgia purposes, mainly for audiences seeking to experience something they already experienced at an earlier stage on life's journey.  Nostalgia has little in common with quality, though it may be either comforting or disappointing, depending on audience expectations.

The third small stage of life is used for family shows.  Those shows are usually the most controversial, particularly as families tend to include people who rarely get along together well.

Around small stage three, most of the younger children complain they want to go to the minor stage while most of their ill-educated parents prefer the stage of ignorance.  The teens and young adults prefer small stage one.  The older relatives often prefer small stage two.

Enlightened persons usually prefer the world stage though they may sometimes express a preference for a small stage, tucked away in a half-hidden corner.  That is the creative stage.

Which stage do you prefer, and why?

What are you expecting to experience here during upcoming public occasions?

You may wish to know that there are no events occurring in Nannerl's Suite at present.  The musicians there are having a rest from the Mozarty Party Climatologically Cool 100 Countdown. 

You would probably need some time off yourself if you had been performing Mozart's works every day for the past few weeks.  The countdown itself has now reached the top five.

But who should receive information about those compositions, and when?

It is not yet known when information about the top five will be relayed to the world stage, or any of the minor stages. 

Can you guess what the top five will be?

As you will probably be aware, suspense is part of the logic of good drama.

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