I have Annie on the brain. My daughter's community theater debut is in four days, and between now and the end of the month, this will be all I have going on. Annieannieannieannie. They worked their little keisters off on it, though, and it's spectacular, so I am very proud. When the casting call went out for Sandy, they were looking for three things: scruffy terrierlike mutt takes direction well mellow And of course, Brody is none of those things, so he was out, but they did find ... Read more »
Never work with children or dogs. And especially both at once.
My daughter has joined the local youth theater's production of Annie. As a seven year old, one of the youngest in the cast, her role is to stand in the back and look cute. This is good. A good intro to theater. While I was gone, my husband got to attend the parent meeting. We learned that there is no sliding scale of parental volunteer requirements based on the number of lines in the play, so the parent of the silent kid picking his nose in the back has to do just as much as the parent of the ... Read more »