Yesterday we learned that we have been made into paper dolls by one of Hubbard Hall's very talented employees. When you see the show, you can color us in and take us home!
L to R: Abigail, Maizy & Clara
(If you've seen the show, you'll appreciate the level of detail in Clara's dress and Abigail's foot placement.)
We've been so busy making, rehearsing and performing WAYWARD HOME, that we've haven't updating this blog much.
Here is some of what's been going on:
researched facial hair.
opened in this historic 1887 opera house on November 6th, 1887.
THE WAYWARD CAST
(with photobombing Grandpa)
on tour to local nursing homes and schools.
PERFORMING FOR 600 STUDENTS
at Hoosick Falls High School
Join us for our last weekend of performances in Hubbard Hall's magical Opera House.
TICKETS: (518) 677-2495
See you there!
Clara and Maizy spent several days on Cape Cod, working on the script and doing research.
There was a whale watch.
We got lost and passed this Chinese restaurant. Four times.
This is what we'll call an abridged version of the show:
Now back to Hubbard Hall for rehearsals with an updated script and a curiosity for what's to come...
God help us!
We've just returned from a delightful week of development workshops at Hubbard Hall, in Cambridge NY. The mainstage at Hubbard Hall is a preserved opera house, dating back to 1878. It is a magical place to work. I'd say we can't wait to return for rehearsals in October, but we have a lot of rewriting to do before then...