reply to post by randomtangentsrme
I do remember you, you inspired me to consider working on the stage again, well you and a young musician. As for your video, it is perfect and made me
laugh, I have never actually worked that play; but, loved the movie and wanted to work it. Just in case anyone is wondering, I am truly feeling
grateful for my friends and am not down in any way. I feel blessed that I had the chance to remember and appreciate how grateful I am for them. I am
in a great spot.
As for you, after our initial conversation, I got tickets to see another young performer, I am going to see Miss Jackie Evancho and am looking forward
to it very much. I don't know how to imbed so I will just link.
YouTube - A Time For Us - Jackie Evancho
Our conversation got me looking at what I like more, I love the theater. I loved being behind the scenes and I loved hearing the practices and
watching the shows come together. People love to work for me, I have very little turnover. That came from being a stage manager, trusting one another,
knowing that we each had a role and could do it. I had forgotten how much you have to rely on one another on a live stage. I consider this just as on
topic as what I wrote in my OP. If anyone fails, the show can fail, we have to work together for a common purpose and we have to love overcoming the
challenges together. Friendship is what I miss from working shows. Peace and so nice to communicate with you again.