It has been a while since I've been talking about how I accomplished each merit badge in Boy Scouts. I kind of promised you that I would talk about how I accomplished the Theater merit badge. For the theater merit badge, it was really fun when you got to be on the stage and do an act or a musical. As you can see, I also had to learn about different kinds of stages that you can use while doing an act or a musical. And I also had to learn how you can use the lights and the effects on the stage to make the play or musical sound like it's all real. Then the other thing I had to do in order to pass this badge, was to go to different acts or musicals like The Curious Savage, Annabelle Broom the Unhappy Witch, and John Lennon and Me. I was going to say that I have seen Fiddler on the Roof, but that was on the Music merit badge.
Anyway there has been a lot of service that I had to do while working on this badge that I had to help make props for the plays that they had desired us to do. Like I helped paint some white cloths for making mushroom props for the Annabelle Broom the Unhappy Witch play. By the way, Drama Queen was in that play and she was really funny when she played the main antagonist in it that I liked the part where she did the "Silence!" quote that when she does that, there comes thunder and lightning causing the sidekick witches to shiver and squirm like wimps, which I thought that was really funny. So that's all I had to talk about the Theater Merit badge. But there is one more thing that I would like to present to you, even though it wasn't part of the badge. Here are these five screens that I found in this movie called Muppet Classic Theater. I like the Muppets, that they are amazingly awesome. I used to be scared of this movie when I was a kid, but then I realized it's the most amazing movie then what I remembered what I thought it would be. If you are a Muppet fan, then so am I. I just love the Muppets so much, I wish I could meet them. Until next time, I'll think of something amazing to tell you online.