People in Macau LOVE to take photos; and not just photos, but selfies – endless selfies. Audience members jumping in to snap a shot or two during the actual show has become a regular occurrence, despite our willingness to pose for photos for five minutes after every performance. They just can’t wait. Sometimes you get the impression they’d rather you didn’t even do the performance but just dressed up and posed for half an hour. It could be easy, but not half as much fun. It’s like turning up to play a gig only to find a mob of paparazzi instead of an audience, who have no idea who you are as soon as the costume is removed. I’ve come to really appreciate not being recognised after playing a show. This might be the most humbling performance job I’ll ever have.