We need to keep ourselves healthy and humour is one way to do that. So I have carefully stolen from other sites some material that is humorous.
If you paint a line on the stage, these things are almost guaranteed:
1- The director will say it’s in the wrong place.
2- The designer will say it’s the wrong colour.
3- The producer will say it’s not in the budget.
4- The dancers will trip on it.
Q: What’s the difference between a Violin and a Cello?
A: The Cello burns longer on a campfire!
Q: What’s the difference between a Violin and a Fiddle?
A: A fiddle is fun to listen to.
Q: What’s the other difference between a Violin and a Fiddle?
A: The fiddle has beer stains on it.
Q: What’s the difference between a cello and a coffin?
A: The coffin has the corpse on the inside.
Q: What’s the difference between drumsticks and guitars?
A: Drumsticks are better for kindling and guitars are better for firewood!
Q: What’s the difference between a fiddle player and a violinist?
A: About a $100,000 a year!
Mark Twain’s definition of a gentleman:
A man that can play the banjo and doesn’t.
Q. How many strings does a banjo have?
A. Five too many.
Q. What’s the best way to tune a banjo?
A. With wire cutters.
Q. What’s the difference between a banjo and a chain saw?
A. The chain saw has a greater dynamic range and is more often in tune.