Proscenium

Bon Voyage

Goodbye Line
Goodbye Line

Today we had a school day show for local elementary schools.  At the end of the this show, I asked the cast to form a goodbye line and allow the youngsters a chance to see the cast up close.  This is probably the best part of the show for me.  The faces and the reactions that these kids have as they go through and see them is absolutely priceless.  It makes my cast feel like broadway stars, because, quite frankly, that is how these youngsters really see them.  It’s that moment of fame that both age cast and audience will treasure always.  December 7, 2012

 

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