Ugh. This being tired thing doesn't end, does it?
We had a ful tech/costume/make-up run through tonight. Went so well.
Katie is back and gave a great performance, especially having been gone
for the past many days. The show is coming in at about 2 hours 15 minutes.
For Woods that's fantastic.
Looks like a lot of people are going to come and see this show. Close to
200 tickets have been pre-sold for opening night. Walk ins are
sure to be large in number as well. A lot of friends from school and
elsewhere are coming to see the show. I'm finally ready. I feel good
about it. I know we have a great looking and sounding cast and production.
I think they trust the show finally. We preview tomorrow night and open Friday.
In introduced "Phil Time" to Notre Dame this evening. It's a tradition
that was started at Del Mar (my high school) years ago. I wasn't sure
how it would go over but the kids seemed to have really liked it and
are begining to respect it and treat it as there's. Nice to have been able
to passed something on.
Bernadette, she was one of my cast members in Threepenny
gave me a director's present for my Threepenny work. A beautifull
framed photograph of my cast. It was given to me out of the blue and
that show is in the back of my mind with Woods taking up my
life now. It was a nice surprise and something I really appreciate
After our run through tonight Dax and Derik and I went to eat and
hang out at In & Out. It was nice to get away from the show and
everything else. As well, if I didn't mention Dax in this entry
I just know I'd get a cranky Dax complaining that I forgot to mention
him. He's in Woods, as well, you know. We don't tell him how
great he is for fear that it'd get to his head. He can get that way,
you know. (Oh, whoops, I forgot about the talk I had with you, Dax,
about not saying less than great things about people...)
On that note... time to sleep.