Lead a Child in the Way She Should Go… Part 2 of 2

In the church I grew up in, not only were we encouraged to read the Bible on our own, but we were also encouraged to have a personal relationship with God that was vibrant and growing. Even if… Read More

Lead a Child in the Way She Should Go… Part 1 of 2

Many of you, I am sure, have heard the verse, “Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it.” (Proverbs 22:6). I heard it as a child… Read More

Comic Potential in Their Dressing Room

One day, those cast members are going to learn to start monitoring what I post on my blog. Until then, I pretty much have free reign! Enjoy! This is Comic Potential down in the dressing room. There are… Read More

Photography at Bush Park

Yesterday morning my friend, Deborah, and I went down to Bush Park with our cameras and had a blast taking pictures. It’s amazing what there is to take pictures of if you stop and really look around you…. Read More

HOT!

As I am sure you are well aware if you live in the area, it is hot! I am one of those people that don’t have air conditioning so I went downtown and hung out at the theatre… Read More

One of Those Nights…

Tonight is just one of those nights when I hope I will have a more positive outlook in the morning. I can’t put my finger on any one thing, just a general sense of heavy, dark, humidity in… Read More

A Moment

Tonight we went out to the Roadhouse after the show. I am proud of myself that I have the whole backstage routine down and that Act 2 went incredibly smooth. Act 2 is the really busy act for… Read More

The Teacher Appears

My current book of choice is “Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus” which I checked out from the library. It’s a good read. This morning I came across the phrase, “When a student is ready, a… Read More

Close the Door

I gave the dead guy my baggage tonight. He took it for me as he recovered from his death scene and I closed the doors. Then I flew out to the balcony in the back waving my arms… Read More

Moving the Baggage

Tonight while working backstage at “Comic Potential”, I had a terrible time closing one of the accordion walls to the upper stage. Finally after it was closed, I learned there was a suitcase that needs to be moved… Read More