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Valuable Experience no. 2

from Sorry You're Here by Beauty Pill

  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    "Sorry You're Here" LP, featuring select recordings from Beauty Pill's score to Taffety Punk's dance play "" (original production in 2010). Pressed on "coke bottle" clear vinyl. Includes bandcamp download code, liner notes, and artistic statement by Taffety Punk Artistic Director Marcus Kyd.

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At the top of scene 5, we hear the first strains of Valuable Experience over a quartet of dancers. This music, and variations of it, become a recurring theme throughout the play. It returns at the end of scene 7, when the whole cast joined in one of their recurring dance phrases, and continues under scene 8. This variation of the song plays under the beginning of scene 17, a calm yet climactic moment for many of the characters, before giving way to track 2 (SFLRE Study no. 5). This theme returns for scene 18 with lostbooks' final soliloquy that is the only text from the show on this album. The speech is performed here by the actor who originated the role, Kimberly Gilbert. This music is the last sound to be played before the final blackout.


This track features an excerpt from the final soliloquy of the character lostbooks, portrayed by the actor Kimberly Gilbert.


from Sorry You're Here, released February 21, 2020
Music written and produced by Chad Clark, arranged/performed by Beauty Pill (Basla Andolsun, Chad Clark, Jean Cook, Drew Doucette, Devin Ocampo). Text peformed by: Kimberly Gilbert, from


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Beauty Pill is a band from Washington, DC, born in the mouth of the 21st century. Most songs are about the mouth of the 21st century.

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