Tuesday evening, several members of the cast performed scenes from the play for the residents of an assisted living facility in Sweeny, Texas. It’s amazing the difference performing in front of an audience can make for actors. The cast came alive, their characters were vibrant and so incredibly believable. During one particular scene, I actually had tears in my eyes, it was so moving.
I encourage anyone who stops by my little Xanga to come see this show, if you are within driving distance. It’s going to be great!
We were so blessed to have a graphic artist volunteer to design our advertising posters and the play program. My scan doesn’t do it justice! There have been countless folks donating their time and talent to this endeavor and with that much heart invested, it can’t help but be good!
Come on down and see the show — if you come to an 8 pm performance, stop in Lake Jackson beforehand for an early dinner at one of the fine restaurants there (The Wursthaus, The Local, Cafe Annice, Johnny Carino’s, Mother Teresa’s, etc.) You can do the same for the 2 pm matinee on the 26th, either lunch or dinner, whatever your preference. I’ve eaten at most of these restaurants (except Cafe Annice and Mother Teresa’s) and they are fabulous. Cafe Annice and Mother Teresa’s have great reputations for delicious food in our area. It will make for a lovely evening or afternoon.
I hope to see you there!