A plan coming together!

We’ve somehow ended up in February!  Time travels too fast.  That’s the bad news.  The good news is that we’ve finally decided on our first few projects!  Now all we need is to find time to work on them. AAAAArrrrgggggh!

I’m again busy working on a play at our local Oasthouse Theatre.  “Kindertransport” will open mid-March, for six performances, and will end just in time for me to start rehearsals for the Olympic Opening Ceremony!   Again I would like to say, Aaaaaaarrrrrgggghhh!

But alongside these projects I am also directing my youth theatre’s production of Caucasian Chalk Circle, planning the next adventures for my other youth group, Musical Misfits, and of course attempting to move Boffo forwards to a prosperous 2013.

We’ve been discussing what the purpose of Boffo should be, trying to force ourselves to choose a direction, but we’ve quite happily settled on something very simple.  We would like to entertain.

Like I said, we’ve finally decided on our first few projects.  We’ve put together the synopsis for a children’s play that we are intending to offer out to wherever there is a performance space available.  I don’t want to say too much, but it involves gigantic toyblocks and lots of homemade cushions.  :-S

Our second project is also for children.  The storyline will be created by our two children, aged 4 and 6, and so far it includes a pyramid, sinking sand, cowboys and squids.  It’ll be an interesting one.

Our third project will be an evening of shorter plays for adults, and so far none of them include squids or cowboys.

Heidi x


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