I thought I would start with a Throw-back Thursday picture then segue into the non-sequitur portion on Non-Sequitur Thursday. I feel this is a double throw-back, since I am impersonating a speakeasy habitue from the 1920’s, Ruby Van Renssalaer by name. No, I was not around in the 1920’s, do some math for heavens’ sake! (You know who you are.) Ruby Van Rensssalaer was a character in Rubbed Out at Ruby’s, which LiFT presented at The Overlook Mansion in Little Falls, NY. Some of the characters also appeared at the Ritz and Ragtime fundraiser for the Landmarks Society of Greater Utica, which is when this picture was taken.
As you may have guessed, once again I got nuthin’. I have tried to do more writing, specifically by writing a couple of letters. Regular readers may recall my rule of Any Writing Counts. It would be a good idea if I actually finished said letters and got them in the mail. Then some people might be happy to get a letter. I received a letter the other day and I can attest, it’s awesome.
I shake things up by throwing in another picture. This is my friend, Tucker, in LiFT’s recent murder mystery, Donation to Murder. I do love my murder mysteries.
This is an even more recent photo, from Shattered Angel by Stephen Wagner, presented by the Herkimer County Historical Society at Ilion Little Theatre. Lots of us love a good historical murder!
Shattered Angel makes me think of Roxy by Jack Sherman, which the Historical Society did in 2015, with yours truly in the title role.
My throwback non-sequitur posts often end up being a stroll down theatrical memory lane. I do love my community theatre. And I will work on writing better blog posts. Happy Thursday, everyone!