Last night's closing performance of "Almost, Maine" went well. There was some concern about 7:40 - twenty minutes before curtain - that there wasn't going to be much of an audience. It was storming outside and there were just a handful of patrons. However, about 10 minutes before curtain they started pouring in - pun intended. Overall, a great closing night.
This morning we'll strike the set. There's not a lot, really, since it was a moveable set but those pieces were a bit detailed. Still, we need to be done by noon so the next group can move in. (It is a community theater, after all.) After that I'll visit my folks then head to my friend Roxie's for her annual Oscar party. I think I mentioned we vote beforehand and the person who picks the most winners gets a token prize. I never win. However, I do have the distinction of being the only person in our group to correctly pick Anna Paquin for Best Supporting Actress for The Piano.
I hope everyone enjoys their Sunday and - if you watch - the Oscars.