We are excited for next week and our photo shoot with our favorite photographer, Annie Ray -- annieray.net -- which we will use to promote the show.
Sidebar -- We will wear all black during our show, but one of the things we learned last time is that some detergents make your clothes look a bit fluorescent in black-light.
Some of the whiteners in detergent work by making your clothing a bit fluorescent. Even though clothing is rinsed after washing, residues on white clothing cause it to glow bluish-white under a black light. Blueing agents and softening agents often contain fluorescent dyes, too. The presence of these molecules sometimes causes white clothing to appear blue in photographs.\In honor of that, here is a link to OTHER things that fluoresce under black-light. ;-)