No, I haven’t fallen off the world, fiends. Just dropping in to say I am proud of the cast and crew, functioning like all-stars in a difficult situation. It was an awesome audience as well.
The voices are holding up, albeit some on toothpicks. We’re on the downward slope, so I think we’re going to make it. The true test will be how one voice in particular will handle two shows in one day. But we’ll find out, now won’t we?
Have a lovely weekend. Off to the races.
Hello luv! Sorry I’ve been AWOL for a while… things have been crazy in my little corner of the world with work & life in general. Now that I’m getting caught up on RtB, it looks like you’ve been through the wringer with all of the sickies in your cast! Poor thang!! As we’d say down in Texas: “Bless yer heart!”
Hang in there, kiddo!! The end is in sight!!
Hey you! It has been a long time for sure! But I know you’ve been world traveler and general crazy person, judging by your FB posts. I try to keep up with you, but it’s a job, sonny!
It was crazy indeed, this show. I’ve never seen anything like it in all the years I’ve been doing high school theater. But Stoney & I are very proud of the kids for sticking it out and ending up with a fantastic show. I must admit that there were some tense moments warming up one of the stars…starting a quiet scale and nothing coming out of the mouth is a bit unnerving! But they all did great. Little pros.
Love you !
Whohooo I bet the show is fab! Enjoy your Sunday–take a day OFF and rest up. Hugs xoxo
I am doing just that — taking your advice and filling up my Sunday with a whole lotta nothin!! Thanks!
I recommend Throat Coat herbal tea in between the two shows. Just my 2-cents’.
Break legs! I’m sure it’s great!
Thanks PK – it was fun indeed! All worth it.
And I’ve heard of TC tea — I just can’t get past the name. For some reason it grosses me out…HA