Another great show has survived our first week. Snow White opened this week at Carco in Renton. Now we have a light week and onto our next venue. So many little girls arriving in their Disney dresses for the shows. One lovely audience member today asked if I had played Laurie in Oklahoma this summer. She recognized my headshot. (No way she could recognize me underneath my green and purple eyeshadow, false eyelashes, red lipstick and warpaint blush) I told her yes, yes I was, and that Jud was out in the lobby if she wanted to say "hi" to him too.
Yesterday we went to the Corn maze in Snohomish, out for drinks, and to see Oliver. The day before was Little Shop of Horrors. Both had strong and weak moments, but were enjoyable productions.
Now I'm deep in the throws of costuming for Ghostlight. I've got a little under two weeks left 'til we open. I've been rather distracted, but now it's time to knuckle down and actually get going on construction.
It's fall now in Seattle. The weather is very cold at night and quite chilly during the day. Thanks to our dry summer we're having a lovely change of leaves instead of the usual sodden drop. I've changed my summer to winter clothes, and am enjoying wearing coats and scarves again.
Back to watching X-Men 2.
Sunday, October 25, 2009
Snow White is open!