How about a nice Throwback Thursday post? I hope I do not use pictures I have used too recently, but they will be pictures I have used before. And there is a good chance I will say the same things about them. Maybe I can think of something new. Let’s see.
One of the all time greatest casts I have worked with!
I went back to March 2017 and found this gem. It is the cast of Leading Ladies, the play I directed for Ilion Little Theatre in the spring of 2016. Perhaps you read a few of my blog posts about it. I SO look forward to getting together with my theatre friends again!
There’s trouble at the speakeasy!
This picture was also in March 2017, and is also from a wonderful theatrical experience, Rubbed Out At Ruby’s, an interactive murder mystery I wrote. We were scheduled to present it again in April as fundraiser for RCIL, but, alas, it has been postponed.
At least he looks relaxed!
This was the first picture I noticed, of our much missed late pooch, Spunky. I wasn’t going to use it, because I thought it would make me feel too sad. Then thinking about theatre experiences past and not knowing when I will have more…
Come, come, this will never do. I do not mean to make a blog post purely to moan and groan about how depressed I feel! That won’t help anybody. Let me see what is in March 2018.
Here’s some theatrics that may bring a smile! We were making a DVD on the Right to Bare Arms, for the Herkimer County Historical Society to use at a Celebrity Roast for Marc Butler in 2015. It was great fun.
That is what I strive to do: keep a smile on my face. There really is a lot to smile about. The other stuff I can’t really do much about. At least I can keep making my daily post!