Sunday, August 6, 2017

Tomorrow Tomorrow

It's almost 10 pm.  It has been a busy day.  The morning started with church then home again for lunch and a time of rest.  We then drove into the big city to see the musical Annie put on by a community theater group.  Annie is my husband's favorite musical and we've seen it a number of times at a number of different venues.

This particular one was interesting.  It took place at a church thus the settings were limited but done well, I thought.  A few of the actors were pretty good.  A few could sing well.  The actress that played Annie sang well but sadly couldn't act.  She showed little to no emotion.  She isn't terribly young (in high school) but I understand it is community theater.  She will no doubt get better the more she preforms.

The dog that was cast to play Sandy was not on the set today.  Instead this Sandy was a beautiful white Samoyed.  The dog did what it was supposed to do but didn't look like the orphaned mutt that we are all used to.

During admission, cake, coffee, and punch was served.  :-)

Home again and it is time for bed.  Good night!

6 comments:

  1. Community theater can be hit or miss. We have seen some great ones and some that were lacking. You are right, they will hone their craft as they do more plays.

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    1. It has been ages since I've visited community theater, Arlene. We did enjoy it though. :-)

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  2. My daughter did some community theater acting but no singing. It's always nice to have an evening out :)

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    1. Connie, it was fun! How wonderful that your daughter is involved in community theater!

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  3. Hi Gina~

    Sounds like a perfect way to spend a Sunday evening! I love community theater, maybe because when I was in high school, I loved being in plays and traveling with our drama class. But, that said, they are limited only to those who try out. We have an awesome little community theater here where I live! They try to have a wonderful play every 6 months or so, and at Christmastime, they always preform, A Christmas Carol. I'm so glad you cheered them on!

    Hugs and Love,
    Barb

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    1. Barb, what fun to be in drama in high school! I was too shy to try out for plays but I did take a semester of drama and really enjoyed it.

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