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A little something to remember...

Courage does not always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day that says,
"I will try again tomorrow."

Monday, October 17, 2005

WC-day one

White Christmas
Day One
10:00 am

We all convened at 890 Broadway to meet the various casts and creative team members. It takes a village to put three companies of this show up. Such a wonderful energy in the room as 90 employed actors started making their way in. When Walter Bobbie spoke to the company about the show, I found myself a little bit in awe feeling so blessed about this opportunity. We saw the sets and costumes, then started all the first day Equity paperwork. Always a good time.

In addition to the four leads from last year, we have Ruth Williamson and David Ogden Stiers in our company. We also found out that our cast is opening the Hollywood Christmas Parade....televised nationally. The next few months will be incredible!

After lunch, the Boston and LA companies began learning 'Let Yourself Go'. Randy Skinner's choreography is nothing short of AMAZING! Lots of fun rhythms and footwork. This man channels MGM style like no other.

At the end of the day everyone's quads were sore and our dogs were barking from the pounding our feet took. Nothing a nice warm foot bath can't fix.