Before this blog at last segues out of All Shooting at the Grange All The Time, I would like to use up the last four pictures I took on Saturday. For a late Tired Tuesday Post, I thought it would beat whining about how tired I am (more than is warranted, I feel) (both my tiredness and my whining).
This shot shows the stage, which we only used briefly. The actors thought it would be better to stay amidst the audience, and I agreed. We have a lot of Actor’s Choice in my murder mysteries, although I reserve the right to all final decisions.
As I said before, it was very uncomfortable for me to watch the mingling without participating. To me it is the most fun part of the shows.
One of the other fun parts of these shows is seeing actors play different roles. Tucker, for example, was the dashing leading man on Saturday but previously played the creepy Renwick Spaulding. I was thinking about writing a mystery called Renwick’s Revenge (preview of coming attractions).
The actor on the right (as you may have noticed, I do the thing of referring to both male and females as actors) is new to my murder mysteries. She came on Tucker’s recommendation, and a good recommendation it was! The other two, a mother/daughter team) participated last November in He Laughed Himself to Death. I was delighted to work with them again.
So I have gone a whole two days without definitely committing to another murder mystery, although I know a few groups who would like one. Well, perhaps with no commitments or definite plans to actually perform it, I might just start writing a few notes on Renwick’s Revenge. No promises.