One thing I re-learn constantly is Don’t Make Plans. They never work out. I could offer countless examples. No wait, I can’t. If I offer examples you can probably count them. Once again I indulge in hyperbole.
Tonight we had rehearsal for Fabulous and Fatal, the murder mystery we are presenting as a fundraiser for the Herkimer County Historical Society on Oct. 18. We brought costumes and props, so I PLANNED to take pictures for this blog post. Did I take any picture? Of course not!
In my defense, nobody was completely in costume. A couple of actors tried on a few pieces, but there was no real photo op. Alas. However, we discussed complete costumes, and I believe we will all be, yes, fabulous.
In hopes of making this a better blog post, I will include a couple of pictures of props that previously appeared in this space.
I rehearsed with this glass in my hand. Full disclosure: I had wine in it. I may very well have wine in it next Friday as well. Judge me if you are so inclined.
This is the other side of that glass. I love this glass. It was a gift to me from the cast of Leading Ladies, the play I directed at Ilion Little Theatre in — goodness, was it 2016?
I see I am over 200 words. Regular readers know I consider that respectable for a blog post.
Fabulous and Fatal will be presented Friday Oct. 18 at 5:30 p.m. at the Travel Lodge in Little Falls, NY. Tickets are $30 for dinner and show, available at Herkimer County Historical Society, 315-866-6413.