Monthly Archives: May 2013

When It’s Time To Change

The very first audition song Sam ever used for any show was one called “Getting Tall” from the show “Nine.” It’s a sweet little song about a young boy singing to his older self about the moment he realizes that … Continue reading

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Swing Seats

On the tour bus, there are 26 rows of double bus seats. Unless you know to negotiate this in your contract in advance, everyone has to share their “row” with someone else. However, a couple of days per week, you … Continue reading

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These Are The Good Old Days

I love to watch the series finale of tv shows. Even for shows that I never regularly watched. I find it fascinating how the writers decide to end the stories of characters we grow to love like our own family. … Continue reading

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Move Toward The Darkness

At the heart of the Addams Family musical lies two central themes: one is the question of what constitutes “normal” when it comes to families. The second is about facing your fears, and heading toward the unknown. For the characters … Continue reading

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Dear Fargo Shower Curtain

Dear Fargo Shower Curtain, I can’t. It’s not you, it’s me. I just don’t want you touching me right now. You wanna know why? Alright, I’ll tell you. It’s your unidentifiable stains. I don’t know how many others have touched … Continue reading

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The Power Of One

At the community theater where Sam started in AZ, our wonderful parent coordinator known as “Miss Audrey” to the kids, gave the same curtain speech to the kids in the audience for the many, many years that she volunteered there. … Continue reading

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Sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don’t..

“Oh, thank God, they are gone. I can breath again.” Allyson Primack 5/13/13 The above quote was not about bugs or rats or masked home intruders. It was about my younger two children. Lauren and Aidan left San Antonio on … Continue reading

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