Averaging two a year.
The Suicide was fun because it was my first play. I got to write my own musical monologue as well as compose all the music for the play. I was also trained in the art of clowning by a professional clown who studied in Paris.
Trafford Tanzi was fun because I was trained by professional wrestlers. I was allowed to compose new music for the play, be music director, and play with my band.
Fair Liberty's Call was fun because I got trained in black powder weapons and got to fire one live on stage. And I had to cry real tears.
Vieux Carre was fun because my character was named Tye McCool and I had a really cool scene where I played piano while telling the story of a murdered stripper.
Escape was fun because in addition to composing all the music and playing Robert, I also got to play a whole host of other different characters each with their own unique voice (Victorian insane asylum guard was my favourite).
Time and the Conways was fun because I got to do my James Mason voice and be so devilishly sophisticated and charming (plus I lost my voice for the last performance and had to be overdubbed by Brian Morton).
And I don't think I even need to explain why Rocky Horror Show is the most fun of them all. This has been one of my two big dream roles since even before I started acting.
Now if I can just be cast as Hedwig in a production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch I will die a happy boy/girl.