Wendy had the first night of her Cake Decorating Class that she’s attending with our friend Dave tonight, so I was on my own. After battling my wayÂ away from my officeÂ (Cincinnati drivers pretty much suck it when the weather is bad. Tonight, it was rainy, which to Cincinnati drivers qualifies as ‘bad’ weather, so it was really slow getting home), I stopped at Fantastic Wok on my way to pick up a combination dinner of General Tso’s Chicken, Pork Fried Rice, and an Eggroll. I ate in front of the television where I stayed until Wendy got home.
Just a can of Ravioli, some vegetables, yogurt, and water for dinnerÂ this evening. Nothing exciting!
I had planned to do some work on the computer tonight, but the lure of getting caught up on some television shows (two episodes of TOP CHEF, the rest of the most recent PRISON BREAK, and more) was too tempting. So, I hung out on the couch, covered with dogs, moving only to answer the phone when John Glenn called to promote some candidate or another.
Tonight marked the first night of the last weekend of the ROCKY HORROR SHOW at Falcon Theater, and what a ride it’s been! We had a sold-out house this evening (with a waiting list) and another sold-out house (with waiting list) to anticipate for Saturday, our closing night. Two of my students, Matt and Kristen, came to see the show and seemed to really enjoy it.
The show is going very well and is well-received by the audiences.
Before the show, Dave & I met for dinner at the Pepper Pod and were eventually joined by Robin, who has an opening night of his show tonight. Break a leg, Robin!Â I had a steak hoagie, some cottage cheese, onion rings, and a slice of cherry pie for dinner.
Ahh! Closing night of ROCKY HORROR SHOW at Falcon Theater! What a nice feeling to be closing a show. It’s been a lot of fun to work on, and the audiences have been great. Tonight was no exception as an appreciative sold-out audience enjoyed the show very much.
Dinner before the show was cheese quesadillas from Taco Bell.
Wendy &Â I woke up in time to go to the theater to participate in the strike of the show. Thanks to many hands, it was light work and we got it all done in under two hours. From there, Wendy & Dave met at our house to make cakes and buttercream for their weekly bakng class.
We met up with Robin and the four of us went to Asian Buffet (formerly Crazy Buffet, formerly Chi Chi’s) for dinner before Robin went off to perform in his show.
An evening of downtime tonight (what a joy!), watching television with Wendy. It’s nice to have a completely quiet night after the hectic schedule with ROCKY HORROR SHOW at Falcon Theater.
I ate ravioli, yogurt, and water for dinner. Simple!