Consistency is key…

And with that in mind, we turned in another great performance, to another standing ovation! Tonight’s crowd was even more enthusiastic than last night’s, which definitely keeps our juices flowing onstage. πŸ™‚ (As does doing awesome numbers like “The Night That Goldman Spoke At Union Square.”)

And a sweet bonus: My friend Abby got engaged on stage after the show! I knew he would ask soon–they’d picked a date, booked the church, and she was reading bridal magazines, but apparently there was some snafu with the ring, so she didn’t have that yet. Well, the ring story? Total lie. πŸ™‚ Tonight her fiance told the director (who told us), that he wanted to do it onstage after the final curtain fell. So we all knew it was coming–but she tried to leave the stage! Ha! I pulled her back and he came out with the gorgeous ring. We yelled. Loud. πŸ™‚ It was lovely.

Ain’t love grand? πŸ™‚

So that was tonight–the middle show of the run. And tomorrow is the last show. I am really going to miss this piece when it’s over.

Additions to the fan club:

  • my parents (well, duh. :-P)
  • JR, a friend of mine from church (he’s engaged to another friend of mine from church)

Tomorrow my brother, his girlfriend, and two of my cousins (who drove down specially from the ‘Burgh!) will be in the audience. And then we’re going out to dinner!

And, again–you have one more chance to see this show! 3:00 tomorrow! Go to church and then come see us! We will make you laugh, we (may) make you cry, but we will definitely make you cheer by the end!

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