Last night, after we came home from the theatre, Rustin and I played our guitars until our fingers hurt. Its always great to play after a good show, you feel as though you really are a musician/performer. We played so many of the old songs... Rustin is an amazing guitar player, and knows lots of the same songs I do. I'm picking up lots of tricks by just watching and listen to him play. The Austin music world seemed somehow obtainable last night.
Although the weather is still rainy and wet, our spirits are good and our hope is high.
Note to educators: This show would make a great show/workshop for your students. The first part of the workshop would be finding and developing the story. The second part would be the actual writing, workshopping and rehearsal process. The third part would be performance and continuing to develop in performance. The fourth part would be: How do I take this show on the road? I love to teach, and would love to come to your school/University.
Note to those leaving comments: I love the comments that you post on my blog. They are supportive, honest, and wonderfully inventive. They give me all kinds of ideas and most of all, they give me hope. Thank You.
Note to self: pick up milk and bread
Note to readers: Running out of power, must recharge computer, more later.