This week has been relatively quiet, even mundane. I completed a good deal of writing, and research, created more meals in the crock pot, taught three new students, and watched several movies with Quintin.
Tonight, we will see one of my students starring in BUS STOP, by William Inge. I’ve always wanted to see this play as my mentor, Joshua Logan, directed the movie version. This production, at Centerville High School, is student produced and directed – always an impressive venture from this school.
Saturday seems rather bare. However, in the evening we will spend time with our friend, Suzanne Grote, and Becky Trestor, to see a production of JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT. Quintin has heard many stories about this show but has never seen it. I am excited to share this experience with him.
Sunday morning we will traipse next door to the Trent Arena to volunteer for the MEPA winter guard and indoor percussion contest. I will be working admissions, and Quintin will be an escort for one of the ensembles. Following that I will rush right home to teach for three hours.
Other than that, there is little to report from The Haasienda….