You knew I was going to have a Tired Tuesday post, didn’t you? Any local readers might have guessed it based on the level of heat and humidity we all were dealing with here in the Mohawk Valley (YES, I’m whining about it and will probably continue to do so, if you do not want to listen, just move on!).
More astute readers may guess by that parenthetical comment that I am a little sensitive these days to accusations of whining. A work friend kept yelling at me to quit my whining and I didn’t think I WAS whining but merely observing some unpleasant circumstances. I have not spoken to him for two days, because I figured I would actually whine.
Where was I? Ah yes, whining. I always say, go with your strengths. No, no, I don’t want to whine but rather to make a respectable blog post. I am making it before rehearsal tonight. There is more costume work to be done! Pieces to be looked for, stuff to be put away, people to talk to, plans to be made. I was telling another work friend about going to rehearsal and he said, “You just can’t help yourself, can you?” No, I cannot.
At the risk of repeating what is on the above graphic: performance dates for Shattered Angel are Sept. 14, 15, 20, 21 and 22 at 7:30 p.m.; Sept. 16 and 23 at 2 p.m. at Ilion Little Theatre, 13 Remington Ave, Ilion, NY (directly behind Remington Arms). Tickets are $15 general admission, $10 for students and can be purchased by mail by sending a check to: Herkimer Historical Society, 400 N. Main Street, Herkimer, NY 13350, or by calling 315-866-6413 or by stopping by the historical society during their hours of operation, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. PLEASE NOTE: “Shattered Angel” is a special, additional production in conjunction with the Herkimer County Historical Society and is NOT part of the regular 2018-2019 theatrical season. Thus, subscriptions and memberships are not accepted for these performances.
Tomorrow I have rehearsal for my as yet untitled murder mystery, which will be presented at the Herkimer Elks Lodge on Sept. 15 (another reason I could not audition for Angel). I’ll have more information on that production soon.
In the meantime, I shall close with a monster picture I could have used yesterday. In a comment, Pouring My Art Out said Great White Sharks were monsters too. I agree.