Proscenium

It is Alive!

Day 46 – February 15, 2018

Getting back a little late tonight as I took an opportunity to see a former student perform in a regional production of Young Frankenstein. The theatre, which is also one of the longest running dinner theatre’s in the state. It is one of the perks of my job that makes it all worth it. I also love when I see a show that I have directed and certain lines or scenes open the flood gates of some fond memories. And as much as I wish I could, it’s very difficult to see all the shows my formers are in or working on. So I am beaming with pride to see them grown up and doing the things that make them the happiest. It reminds me why I do what I do.

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