I saw this photo in my Facebook Memories this morning, and it did bring back good memories. I thought I would use it in a Throwback Thursday post. It is a rehearsal shot from Morning’s at Seven, a play I did last year at Ilion Little Theatre. It was a great deal of fun.
This is the flier, which we hung up all over the town, I hope. At least, we got some good audiences.
Here is the entire cast on stage in costume.
And here are a couple of backstage shots. Backstage is often as interesting as what goes on onstage, but I think this play was pretty interesting onstage. I do not recall any particular backstage dramas. I try to avoid such things.
To prove my point about no backstage drama: here we are all before a show, looking perfectly happy together. I loved the cast, crew and director of this play. Yay for good memories.
As long as I am having a Throwback Thursday about Morning’s at Seven, I might as well share all the pictures I can find.
This is one of my favorite scenes of the play, where I have a heart to heart with the character played by my good friend, Jim Mills. He is wonderful actor, and we both had a great time doing this scene.
It is nice to look back on theatre experiences past, and I hope one day soon to make some new memories. Of course, I will make a few blog posts about it!