SHORT NEWSLETTER THIS TIME; everyone – and I do
mean everyone – is still recovering from our incredible production
And the sun is warm, and summer is almost here…..
And so is our annual Spring Frolic.
On Sunday, June 8th, to be exact, at 7:17 p.m., at 51 Walden. As always,
the technical types – lighting folks, props people, producers,
etc. – will put on a spoof of our season’s shows, so look
for ladies with fans, and something about a Good Seed. You get the idea.
There will be Heddie and Sally’s strawberry shortcake, too. Be
sure to come.
Filming of Thoreau – a Recreation ended last week, with Bob
Asher, an imposing Emerson, giving the eulogy for his friend in
the pulpit of our First Parish Church, Patricia
Till as Henry’s aunt, Dorothy
Schecter as Boston Brahmin Edna Littlehale, and Kate
Clarke a charming Ellen Sewell, plus David
Gould, David Bearg, and lots more. Come to 51 Walden on Saturday,
July 12th at 9 p.m. to celebrate Thoreau’s birthday with cake
and a 45-minute cutting from the film.
Editorial apologies, to Marilyn
Zavidow, for misspelling her name last month!
And just a few news snippets: Jackson
Royal took part in the The Theater at Old South’s May production
of A Walk in the Woods by Lee Blessing…….Terry
Coe’s Celtic harp CD is now on sale at The Concord Cheese/Pot
Shop on Walden Street…….and Thomas
Caron’s production of Cocteau’s The
Infernal Machine will run from June 6th until the
22nd in Chamberlin Park on Lowell Road (50’ west of Monument
Square), with evening performances on Friday and Saturdays at 6 p.m.
Saturdays at 2, Sundays at 4 p.m. Players involved include Deron Cluff, Lida McGirr, Myron
Feld, Mike Feld, and Robert
Runck. Further info., call 978 318 7979. Admission is free bring
a picnic, if you like.
That’s it. More next time. I hope. Send news to firstname.lastname@example.org or
phone 978 369-5899. Deadline will be Wednesday, June 18th. We want
to know what you’re up to, want to be there when you do it. So
Best to all. Happy June.