I just posted on Facebook that I am brain dead. This is no way to be on opening night for Morning’s at Seven at Ilion Little Theatre.
Oh for heavens’ sake, can’t I even manage a Friday Lame Post?
When in doubt, throw in a picture. Usually I use a picture of a monster, but here is a shot from last night’s dress rehearsal, used without permission. I don’t think the lady that took it will mind, but I will ask her when I see her tonight. This is the whole cast. We are only all on stage a few times in the play, which is just as well, because Ilion Little Theatre’s stage is small. The whole theatre is small, although I prefer to call it cozy and intimate.
Here is a backstage shot from last night, showing us getting ready and frantically studying our scripts. I have not frantically studied my script today, but I have time. Perhaps I have allowed myself a little too much time. I took a half a vacation day at work so I would have time for a nap. I had a nice long one which I enjoyed very much. Then I had a cup of coffee, which I also enjoyed very much. I have been dithering ever since.
However, at least I made my blog post, such as it is. Local readers may like to come see the show. It is April 26, 27, and 28, and May 3, 4 and 5, 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, 2 p.m. Sundays, doors open a half hour before curtain. Tickets are available at the door (till sold out, dare I hope?) or through the website, www.ilionlittletheatre.org.