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Monday, May 17, 2004

Basking In The Afterglow

Well, it's over. The stress, the emotions, the excitement, the show. It was an amazing run. The Audreys were spectacularly ditzy. The Seymours were delightfully nerdy. The sets and props were wonderfully appropriate. The accolades for all performers were well placed and well received. Things could not have gone better. Families and friends all showed and were wowed. My house is now filled with the sweet aroma of many bouquets of flowers, as I'm sure Taryn's mom's house is as well. We couldn't be more proud of our amazingly talented girls. Averie; your setwork was stunning. Caris and Taryn; you lit up the stage.

The day after a play closes is always the hardest day. The "After Play Blues" sets in. All those months of work; the long hours of practice, the hard work on sets, the time spent with your drama "family". It's even more sad knowing that the kid's director Mrs. Cahill won't be back. She's graduating and moving back to New York. So now comes the process, yet again, of "breaking in" a new drama teacher. The kids all loved her, and though we wish her the best, it will be very hard to replace her.

All that aside, it was truly a great show. Thanks to everyone who came and supported the kids and for all your well wishes in the process of putting it together. We felt all the love from near and far. Next stop...New York!


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