Arctic temps are back in Blo this week while I opened A Midsummer Nights Dream this weekend. A collaboration between Irish Classical Theatre and the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra. Shakespeare and Mendelssohn. A lovely combination all around. Photos coming soon to my portfolio pages. General updates to my recent productions are on the to-do list.
It must be time for Baba Yaga. Where else could you find a world of magical woodland creatures dancing with goblins and the undead? The Halloween folk tale opens tonight at Shea’s. A theatre filled with its own magical Art Deco architecture. Watch out for goblins.
It was the first real snow of the season, and it just perfectly set the mood for the first public performance of Neglia Ballet’s Nutcracker this past Saturday evening. In conjunction with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and Shea’s Performing Arts Center, year four of this annual event was a sparkle covered whirlwind of giant presents,Continue reading “Visions of sugar plums”
I have been thinking a lot lately about a quote from Linda Essig: “Your life outside the theatre is more important than your life inside the theatre.” I have taken that as a reminder to always enjoy every experience to its fullest extent. I love the work I do inside the theatre. Yes, it’s anContinue reading “Sunset inspiration”