Another Sold Out Sunday
Its great to end the week on a high note (literally and figuratively). I must confess that I am sometimes tired at the end of the week but the life and energy that pours out of the audiences and the people I meet at the stage door fills me back up again. I'm like the Energizer Bunny.
So, thanks everyone for that!
We have a nice day planned for tomorrow's day off. Some friends are coming into town and I've got to get to work on another little project I've been putting off (more on that later) and I've got to get back to some reading. I'm in the midst of three different books.
By the way... Andrew sent in a photo he took of us outside the stage door. It is up on the Facebook fan page. And Alex gave me the nicest gift of a plaque with a great quote inscribed "Life Is A Song, Love Is The Music." I'm going to put it up in the theatre for everyone to share. (Thanks Alex).
There are so many great quotes that I've kept with me over the years. Quotes from Presidents, Spiritual leaders, Business people to Poets, you name it.
I'm a big fan of the poet Charles Baudelaire 1821-1867. I began reading his works while in a comparative literature class in undergraduate school and got hooked. He was a contemporary of Dickens, 1812-1870, but Baudelaire lived in France. He was quite controversial and "dark" for his day... Carton probably would have liked him.