Hello, it is Wrist to Forehead Sunday, the day I just can’t get much done and write a foolish blog post so I can get back to not doing it. I am looking at (I can’t say “watching,” but I am periodically glancing at the television screen) a Roger Corman movie. I thought I had not seen It Conquered The World before but now I am remembering parts. I really will have to watch it with some attention some day and write a blog post about it. For now, however, I am still in All Tempest All The Time mode.
Yes, we performed at the Utica Zoo yesterday. It was a great deal of fun, and I think the audience enjoyed it, too. I guess the zoo has a lot of stuff going on. I’ll have to check out a few other events when I get a chance. That would no doubt be worth a blog post.
This is one of the cast photos taken after the performance. We do one smiling nicely and one “in character.” My character tends to smile nicely each time. An exception would be a picture taken in Little Falls, when the King’s drunken butler was next to me. I shared that photo before, but for anybody who has forgotten:
I have been thinking again today about what a great cast I have been working with this summer. I will miss them when this is over. Then again, there is always the next play. That is a cheerful thought for Wrist to Forehead Sunday.