It’s been a while since I’ve made a hasty post before rushing off to a theatrical endeavor, has it not? No matter if it has not, it is what I am doing now, I hope. What a weekend I have ahead of me! One show revived, another show started, and a wine and cheese fundraiser. Take a deep breath, Cindy, and enjoy the ride! (Yes, I talk to myself, is that a problem?)
First up is tonight’s revival of Rubbed Out at Ruby’s, the interactive murder mystery that was presented to great acclaim at The Overlook Mansion in Little Falls (all my murder mysteries are presented to great acclaim, or at least I say so). We are putting it on again for a private party. Woohoo, LiFT Theatre Company is in demand!
This was the original cast. We had to re-cast a couple of parts.
Tomorrow, I’ll be with LiFT Theatre Company once again, when we meet for the first read-through of The Tempest, our Shakespeare production for the summer. I will be sure to make lots of posts about that as rehearsals start and keep my local readers updated on performances. You’ll have lots of chances to catch this one!
Sunday, when I ought to be doing laundry and cleaning my house (oh yeah, and writing my novel), I will be heading to the Overlook Mansion for a fundraiser for the Little Falls Cheese Festival.
I’ve got my ticket!
I will be a mere attendee at this event, instead of a participant, as I will be for Rubbed Out at Ruby’s and The Tempest. I expect it will make a lovely blog post.
I see I have come full circle on this post. I started out with Rubbed Out at Ruby’s, which was presented at the Overlook Mansion by LiFT Theatre Company. I continued with another activity with LiFT Theatre Company. Now I return to the Overlook to eat cheese, drink wine and listen to the blues. What could be better? I shall close with a shot of the Overlook, which I believe I have used before. Happy Friday, everybody!
It is such a beautiful place, I don’t mind showing it more than once.