Oct 27, 2013After the show was over

The set and scenery has all been broken down and put away.
The set and scenery has all been broken down and put away.

It was another impressive show. As soon as it was all over and the last photographs had been taken, enough cordless drills and screwdrivers to stock a large DIY store magically appeared and the set and scenery was broken down and cleared away.

I don’t have a cordless drill (well not one that works – the batteries died) so I couldn’t join in all the manly the fun, so I stood and watched for a while, and then helped fold fabric and carry blocks of scenery down into the bowels of the theater where there’s a veritable emporium of strange things that might one day adorn the set of some play.

Time for a chat after finishing breaking down the set and set and scenery
Time for a chat after finishing breaking down the set and set and scenery

When we finished we took a tired Lanie out for a celebratory meal. Despite being tired she did a good job of keeping us amused. Now she’s been bitten by the acting/singing and dancing bug this type of event is going to figure a lot more in our lives. And that’s not bad.

Feeding time for Lanie

Note to self, I really must stop trying to take pictures in the dark.

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