Saturday Morning Smorgasbord

At Williamston Theatre, Gamma Rays is going well – we’ve had good houses, great reviews, and still have one week of shows left!

At Michigan State University, the production of Hedda Gabler that I directed opened last night – the student cast was wonderful, the crew rocked, and the design team made it beautiful! Very happy.

Next up, I start pre-production for The Complete Works Of William Shakespeare (Abridged), which I’m directing at Tipping Point theatre.

My daughter had a birthday sleepover last night with a bunch of 5th grade girls. Oy. I still can’t believe my little girl is 11. How are the kids getting older, and I’m still so young, good looking and vibrant?!

Wanna help name the new room on the Space Station? NASA wants you to vote on it!

Spring Training has begun! I’m confident that the Tigers are on their way to winning the division, the American League, the World Series, and becoming President Obama’s next Ambassadors To The Galaxy.

I love this graffiti!

Coming up later: Coraline in 3d. Can’t wait.

4 thoughts on “Saturday Morning Smorgasbord

  1. Hedda Gabler
    Tony, your “Hedda Gabler” is among the very best college shows I’ve ever seen. I was so impressed with the work of the entire cast,(and the costumes left me with giant pangs of envy!) Thank you too for sharing yourself with us at the preshow talk. I had a great time. Fondly, Addiann

    1. Re: Hedda Gabler
      Oh, Addiann – thanks so much for that! It was great talking with you before the show! Sorry I couldn’t stick around to see you after, I had a meeting in Ann Arbor to get to!
      I’m really glad you liked it – I’m quite proud of them for the hard work and dedication the students put into it!

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