Still, she assured, "it's a comedy; it's very light-hearted."
It's a two-man production in every aspect.
"We're designing the set, building it, painting it, coming up with the light design, Scott is directing it and we're the two actors," said Kay, noting they used the same process in "Adam and Eve."
"It can definitely be overwhelming. It's a lot of work, but I love the work. It doesn't bother me to do it because I enjoy doing it."
Kay and Grinstead also are working on a film, "The Silent Revival," with Hurricane Film Partners. They began working on it last year, which is why they chose not to stage a live production then. Kay is co-producing and will co-star; Grinstead will direct.
"It's about a traveling faith healer coming home, and his relationship with his son," Kay said. "At the same time, there's a mute that comes to town, and it's really between the mute and the pastor, just seeing the difference of how actions speak louder than words and what you do makes more difference than what you say.
"It's a really good story; we're hoping to bring it here in West Virginia to film."
Additionally, FlySpeck produces ads and promotional videos for local companies. Clients include Husson's Pizza, Believe in West Virginia and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
With the promotional videos, Kay said, they are responsible for the off-camera work: filming, directing and editing. The Husson's commercials include some performing, as well.
She said, "The character we developed two years ago with Nick Husson, who owns Husson's Pizza, is Nick the Chef. He's a puppet. My husband is a professional puppeteer; he does the voice and the actual performing. We write them, film them and edit them, also."
Currently, FlySpeck is a transient theater company, with no specific location to call home. That is purely for financial reasons, and it's something Kay and her husband hope to change.
"We're not financially in the place to look into it right now, but we talk about it all the time," she said, noting that, for the time being, the LaBelle is an excellent location.
"They're great to work with, and we like the space. [When we planned this show], that was the first place we went to. They've actually remodeled, so it's an even nicer space now. It's in a nice location, too."
Besides a permanent home, other FlySpeck goals are to create jobs and bring more entertainment into the state.
"We'd like to be able to function as not just the two of us. We'd like to be able to create jobs and hire entertainers to come into the state," Kay said. "Something West Virginia doesn't have is a professional theater troupe that works in the Charleston-Huntington area and consistently puts out different entertainment options, as opposed to having people come in.
"The Clay Center and the Keith-Albee have lots of things come in, but nothing that's established that provides jobs," she explained. "We'd love to be able to do that."
Reach Amy Robinson at flips...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-4881.