I tried to get Convict outside in the show, but he won't have it. I guess, eventually I am just going to have to take him with me to California- apparently where we both belong.
Although, I have decided that this winter (possibly my last full winter) will be enjoyed and tolerated to my best abilities. Tobogganing and quincey building will follow the purchase of a decent winter coat.
On the flip side of the weekend, Train Tracks hit it out of the park and we finished our small three play run with a lot of people seeing it. We got a lot of great feedback!
The show was amazing. All the hard work of everyone paid off and I think we were able to touch and motivate many people with the beautiful performance.
And now, because it is over, I can post the performance photos I took. I got some really great shots of my beautiful actors!
All in all, it was a great run and a tremendous time. Acting for me will be portrayed differently now that I have been in the director's shoes.
So, here's some of my collection from different rehearsals. I'll take you through a snapshot of the play.
For now, enjoy the photos!
-BFirst, of course, we warm up and get some energy rolling with drama games. (Featured here is, hug tag.)
This is such a precious shot!
Rose Walton (Jack's mother) and Phoebe Rivers, old high school friends. Rose was a friend of Phoebe's husband, Hans, and then the two met and became good friends.
And the Waltons.
Nick, Bo, Jack and Michael- the group of friends.
As the search for Michael starts and continues, Phoebe grows worried.
Hans is searching.
A quick shot of the cast. We're missing T here though! Sorry hon!
All in all, a great opportunity.
I can't believe this story has been 3 and a half years in the making... And now, it is performed, shared and done.
But, I am sure that this story is not truly done.
There's still a movie and at least a book to come out of it.
Well, that's all for now!