Monday, February 21, 2011
Here are some highlights in objective bullet point form:
- Get a little ill from over eating eggs with cheese and tea with milk.
- Continue to have stomach problems.
- Decide half-way through second show of 2-show day that if I continue I may vomit onstage.
- Get home and expel the entire contents of my GI track from both ends.
- Have early morning doctor's appointment; give blood, urine and the promise of stool.
- Take 3 specimen cups, Pepto-Bismol and Imodium over to a commercial callback not having consumed food for 18 hours.
- Sleep for 12 hours.
- Fill cups and place in freezer and fridge.
- Miss performance for the first time in my professional career.
- Sleep for 12 more hours.
- Perform first show of 2-show day for roughly 300 patrons.
- Wait to see if second show gets canceled.
- Perform un-canceled second show of 2-show day for 139 patrons.
- Applaud audience at curtain call.
- Stay the night at a hotel courtesy of the theater.
- Dig car out of snow.
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
Roasting brussels sprouts with carrots, red potatoes and onions.
Porkchops sprinkled with herbs de province sizzling in the pan.
The last of the red wine.
Kitty asleep on my shoulders.
Season 1 finale of Dexter on Netflix instant.
All of these things make up for the horny teenagers applauding my breasts but not my song in this morning's student matinee.
Monday, February 7, 2011
THE WINTER'S TALE
by William Shakespeare
directed by Jonathan Munby
January 29 - March 27, 2011
Re-Imagine Once Upon a Time…
Ball gowns meet bluegrass in this fairytale romance that blends two wildly different worlds filled with music and dance: a bone-chilling ballroom where jealousy erupts and an enchanted forest where young passion blooms. At the stroke of midnight on New Year's Eve, one royal family's dream turns into a nightmare. Suspecting his queen cheated on him, a jealous king banishes her and their newborn from the court. Years later the child, a free-spirited young woman, falls for a handsome prince among the flowers of Bohemia. Yet as quickly as their love is forbidden, a series of twists lead them both to a magical homecoming like never imagined.
Please note: Audiences are encouraged to come early and take their seats by 10 minutes of curtain to witness The Winter's Tale company enact a pre-show ahead of the action of the play.
FOR $20 TICKETS: Call the box office at 612.377.2224 and ask for the "ACTOR" offer. Only valid for performances January 29 - February 13