A very cold night in NYC did not stop the crowd that came to see Anastasia. It’s selling well. Lovely to see some of the cast backstage after the show, to meet new cast members, to see it again. Later this afternoon, I will do some individual coaching. Interestingly – in the small world category – I was sitting next to a women who looked familiar to me and when we started chatting, it turns out that I met her years ago at the Old Globe. She had also been thinking that I looked familiar. She’s in town for an audition.
On the way to the theater, I tried to take some photos, but juggling my notepad and my purse and the camera (while wearing gloves) proved problematic. But I did get an interesting shot:
I’m rather liking the blurry and squiggly lights.
And here’s a view of our tiny kitchen. It is impossible for us both to be in there at the same time.
Tin of cookies on the counter.
The apartment has all the trendy things of the moment: a dash of subway tile, stainless steel appliances, open shelving in the living room, polished wood floors, a dash of midcentury modern, great ceiling fixtures and a faux moose head on the wall. Sort of fun!
Don’s doing well, but he’s tired. Long rehearsal days, new dances to be learned, run-throughs for the producers and then a move to the theater on Monday.
Today I think I’ll mosey on down to Greenwich Village before I have to go to the theater. Tonight, I get to spend the evening with my husband.It will be the last one for a while, as he will be moving into afternoon and evening rehearsals. Sigh.