It was amazing! In the dress rehearsal, (which is when we are practicing for the “real” performance with parents as the audience,) there was a huge part after I said my line and Sherlock, (to me), was supposed to say something, I whispered to him after about 7 seconds, he did not get it, the pause was…forever…haha, it was so funny though, when everyone got back on their feet, the guy that did it felt bad, but we were all fine, lol.
The next performance was PERFECT-everyone laughed, and they loved when I snorted, haha, it was really fun to do! After the performance, we did autographs and pictures, and a lot of people loved my accent, I was so happy!
Oh, and pictures as promised!! 😀
Artsview posted a lot, it was so fun, I am so glad I got to see old friends again and make new ones!
^This is the intro song and I am shaking my tambourine!
^I was so happy, that was still the introduction song, I love the tambourine!!
^We were facing the wall to not cause attention, and then when “Sherlock” said something, (he is at the bottom of the picture), said something we said “DUN DUN DUN!” and I and those girls turned around to say it. 😀 😀 It was so fun! 🙂
^Gyspy king “inspecting” the story the little guy right beside him gave him, we will perform that story. Psssst…the kid that gave the “story” to the tall kid-AKA: gypsy king, was the playwriter in the 5-8 age group, I wanted to take him home!!!!!!!
^That was just so fun!!! 🙂
^I am holding one of those banners, the kid in between the two banners is the jester in the play that was in the 5-8 age group.
^Us leaning in to see the story, (the one that was the picture above), sorry they are out of order, haha, but we are leaning in to see the story. 😉
^Chloee and I as the pigs and Pinocchio in the front with Sherlock. 😉
That was sooo fun! ❤ I hope you liked the pictures! 🙂