Tuesday, October 31, 2006
A play day with the Red Hatters
The play is done as a radio show, with the actors playing their parts over the air, speaking into microphones, just as if it were being done live and we were the studio audience. There also was some good music along with the play, from a live music troup.
This is the cover of the program.
The next photo shows the overall stage. It was done pretty simply with just one setting but also very well. The lady in the far back of the stage was the sound effects person.
This view shows most of the musicians at work. They ranged from very experienced to almost new with their instruments, but provided very enjoyable music.
Our park manager, V, is the guy here in the checked shirt. There was a definate story line, you could even say there were a couple of them that were woven together to make the whole.
As you can probably guess from the color of V's cowboy hat, this was one of the surprise moments in the play. Most of them are not pink in color.
This scene is a wrap-up with pretty much all of the performers and musicians on stage. The play was a lot of fun and I really appreciate being invited by my neighbor, J, and the whole chapter.
One other thing happened there. I met a new lady in our park and a new member of the Red Hat Chapter, P, who also lost her spouse to death a little over a year ago. She is a neat lady and we have done something together every day since. More later on this new relationship. I don't want to jinx it! It is kind of ironic, I joined Yahoo Personals to meet single ladies and the two who have most become involved in my life are a long time school friend and a lady I met through Annie's Red Hatter chapter, neither having anything to do with Yahoo Personals! Go figure.
The best to you and P. You're in my thoughts. :)
Happy Halloween to you and Huggy, Dick!!
It just goes to show you that sometimes good things come to you without even trying.
Thanks for sharing the pics from the show. I love the pink cowboy hat. :lol:
The Lord will put the right person in your life when He thinks you are ready. As far as yahoo and any other match making program, I just don't trust most of them.
Have you seen the Prairie Home Companion movie?
PS...I got myself a Nikon D80 by the way. Thanks for the input.
Looks like you have been having fun , great too see! And you are redhot with the ladies lately , great that you are meeting new people and rekindling old friendships , good luck in that department .
Hope you well and I bet your still losing weight cause I found a pound or two since Halloween , Hmmmm I wonder how that happened LOL
Hugs for Huggy
later mr Mocha
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