Time for a fast Throwback Thursday Post, and I don’t care if I throw back to something I have thrown back to before. Many of us repeat ourselves, after all. I just watched an episode of Dateline I had seen before, only I did not remember all the details. I watched it in lieu of a re-run of Mom I had seen and did remember all the details. That’s neither here nor there (I love that expression; I could not say exactly what it means). On with the blog post.
Here is a great theatre memory: Shakespeare’s The Tempest, performed by LiFT, Little Falls Theatre Company in August 2017. I’m the one in the orange tights. I loved that costume, although it did get a little warm for the time of year.
Speaking of me in costume, here I am in my Ruby outfit from Rubbed Out at Ruby’s, one of my interactive murder mysteries. This picture was taken at a fundraiser for the Landmarks Society of Greater Utica. By the way, it is not so easy to get a flask to stay in one of those garters.
And here I am in what is perhaps my most fabulous costume, as Roxanne Rolls in Fabulous and Fatal, another murder mystery. The beauty in orange is my husband, Steven, as Ophelia Upps, which I think is one of the best names I have ever come up with (although it is possible that once again I flatter myself).
I do love revisiting my theatre memories. I hope I can soon get around to making new ones. I’ll be sure to blog about it when I do.