Saturday, January 5, 2013

A View of Things to Come



You need three things in the theater - the play, the actors
and the audience - and each must give something.

Also, you need some nice guys to change the lettering on the sign when a new show is in the works.  

A couple of weeks ago, I mentioned that the Sierra Madre Playhouse's next show will be Driving Miss Daisy.  The play was a Pulitzer Prize winner in 1988, and the 1990 film was an Academy Award Winner for Best Movie. 

Running from January 19th until March 12th, our Playhouse's performance is certain to be another winner.


12 comments:

  1. Sounds like fun!!! If we were still down in Glendale...I'd definitely get some tickets!!!

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    1. Well, maybe on a vacation sometime!

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  2. I love Sierra Madre's little theater.

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    1. Especially the front row - that's the best!

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  3. A great image you caught indeed.

    Please have a good Sunday.

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    1. Thank you, Robert! I hope you have been enjoying the new year.

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  4. Kenneth Haigh was born right here in Yorkshire not far from Leeds. I love the quote very apt

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    1. Well, how about that? He's your neighbor! Thank you - I love this quote, too.

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  5. I've never heard that quote and love it - great action shot and quite special (I can't even remember the last time I saw a marquee being changed by hand!)

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    1. Thanks, Lulu! I had just put a photo of the playhouse in the last month or so, but just couldn't resist this. I don't think I've ever seen one being changed.

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