RICHARD III opens tomorrow night to the general public, tonight to a select audience.
We've been working on this play since April - planning, building, casting, rehearsing - I don't think the invasion of Normandy had greater preparation.
And it promises to be a pretty good show. Seasoned adult performers and precocious juveniles explore complex characterizations. The drama is intense.
I'm starting to develop a grudging respect for the playwright. Although his work is a tad or two wordy, I think he definitely has potential.
And after combat with managers and producers, the play is being produced the way I envisioned it. Hopefully that will be a good thing. We will know very soon.
In a day or two the reviews will be in.
I'm already in pre-prep for the play I'm directing in the Spring.