Wednesday, 28 February 2007

The Lesson is Over, You Can Go Home Now

The run of 'The Lesson' ended on Sunday the 25th and went really well (aside from an out of body acting experience on the second night), Ana and I both warmed up into the play as the shows went on and luckily audience numbers increased along with our abilities, it was nice to be acting again in front of live spectators in a role that I would never normally have a chance at and grateful to the director Arnaud Mugglestone for the opportunity.

Since the show closed I've been in house moving mode, unfortunately the deal is taking longer to go through than I thought so I'm splitting my time between my parent's gaff in Kent and the lovely Eva-Jane's house; which means that soon I'll be leaving Debden and the joys of Essex but more on that in another post I suppose.

The lack of time means that blogging will remain very light but one day I shall look back on the gaping holes in my blog and remember fondly the scramble for time to do all the jobs God sends to me.

And looking on the bright side, I'm not dying of cancer.

And I've had my massive wig cut back.

Peace.

7 comments:

  1. I like that the red carpet is all rolled up in the background.

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  2. What a coincidence. The doctor says I DON'T have heart trouble! Hallelujah!

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  3. Sounds all good Dan. I love that photo of you and the background furniture and colours, really impressive. Glad things are going well for you. Hugs Sara x

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  4. that is one hell of a nest on top of ya!!

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  5. Its nice having a giant around the house... good for reaching tough spots! ;-p xxx

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