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Around the World in a Bad Mood
A humorous look at the flight attendant profession and the air travel industry, Around the World in a Bad Mood is a one woman show written and performed by real life flight attendant Rene Foss. The music revue is based on Renes book of the same title and her real life career.
Anyone who works in the airline industry will appreciate the material. Aside from Rene Foss stage antics, the music revue is enhanced with a PowerPoint presentation that includes music, slides, voice-overs and video.
Once you have seen this hilarious slant on the culture of airline travel, your flying experience will never be the same. Around the World in a Bad Mood! began Fosss life as a small off-off-Broadway musical.
Followed to this show was a book, evolved finally into the one-woman show. Rene Foss began her show on Thursday at the Hermosa Beach playhouse before an adoring audience that must have included every flight attendant.
Rene performs with Hector Coris, Lexi Windsor and Brett Stoepler while, Michael McFrederick is a musical director. Presenting this piece of humorous sketches about the life of a flight attendant, Foss knows the genres requirements.
With the tendency to make you think twice before you complain about your seat assignment, its a jolt to learn that flight-attending training shares much of the discipline and brutality of boot camp. So fasten your seatbelt and prepare yourself for a side-splitting perspective on the trials and tribulations a long, metal tube shooting through the air at more than 30,000 feet.
In a center seat on an oversold flight to laughter, theres no one better qualified than flight attendant Rene Foss to pilot audience through this absurd world. Currently, Foss is performing between flights, as she remains a full-time flight attendant.
From the endless array of passenger demands to the secret language of flight attendants, Around the World in a Bad mood will not let you regret over the money you spent on the show. The message is pure comedy and the credibility of the messenger is unimpeachable.
Rene Foss has been an employee of a major airline for 20 years. A native of Minneapolis has also been featured on NPRs All Things Considered and Court TVs Crier Today. To the most wonder is the Foss big secret that what she wanted to do with her life was fly on stage and not in the air.
She had to give up her dream to become an actress as her father wanted her to get some real job. Foss, eventually, ended up following the footsteps of her mother. Fosss mother was stewardess for Northwest Airlines. As the innocent 1990s drew to its close, she got the idea to combine her career and dream.
Rene Foss wrote a five-person musical about being a flight attendant and launched it in Minneapolis. She then toured it in several surrounding cities. Like her book, the show is divided into chapters: some are autobiographical while the rests are more generic.
Her rapid-fire performance is accompanied by a session of humorous projections. Foss also incorporates a playful array of props into her show such as a chorus line of inflatable dolls who dance the Safety Demonstration Shuffle.
Fosss on-stage-employer is WAFTI - We Apologize for the Inconvenience, Airlines. Since she wants to continue to collect those diverse benefits, none of her comedic taunts are aimed specifically at her long-time employer.
The humorous sketches of the music revue Around the World in a bad Mood are consistently funny. Some of the much-liked sketches are frequent flyers, the secret language of flight attendants, your trash etc. While, most entertaining is a topical game show in which contestants attempt to make it through security.
In her 90-minute one-woman show, Foss covers a lot of ground, recounting what shes learned working almost 20 years. She is witty and sharp and keeps her narrative fresh with a combination of characters.
In the face of her adversaries, Rene Foss remains admirably upbeat. Around the World in a Bad Mood is good for some laughs, but its stage production is even funnier. Around the World in a Bad Mood truly has lots of touches and observations that make the it an enjoyable show.