Thursday, July 23, 2009

What up dog!!!

I wish I knew what went on in a dogs head. My dog is pretty amazing. I say this because my dog poops and pees in a plastic box that is 1 foot by 2 feet. Oh, it is filled with litter too. I don't ever have to take my dog out!!!! I am not saying I am wanna be lazy and I do love my dog. I just want to let you all know that my dog WAS amazing because of that. I say was because my dog for the past month or so has decided not to poop in her box. She knows how to because she did before. It's like she is punishing my wife and I. Today, my dog decided to poop in her box again. I guess we learned our lesson. Like I said earlier, I wish I knew what goes on in a mind of a dog. Peace.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Empty Seats, Filled hearts

Man, life this past couple months has been crazy. My big project this past month or so is preparing for Godspell, a play. I guess you could say I was the promotor, production manger, budget guy, and facility manger for the event. If you don't know the background of Godspell then check out the info below.

Godspell, the musical by Stephen Schwartz and John Michael-Telebak, opened on Broadway in 1971 and has been a wild hit for millions ever since.The Highland Acting Company will bring a fresh and relevant portrayal of the 70ʼs musical - utilizing modern art forms while embracing the original nuance of the Musicalʼs comedy and memorable songs, “Day by Day” and “Prepare Ye”. Godspell, based on the Biblical book of Matthew, brings a playful and compelling look at the teachings of Jesus.

The acting company from Asheville put on the play. They did an awesome job. I hoped for 1200 seats to be filled but I got half of that. I guess that is ok for our first large event. Our large building looked some what empty but I know people where touched. The Highland Acting company created their own 3rd act. It was called Resurrectio. In the original play the Resurrection scene was not talked about but the Highland Acting Company brought the house down. Anyway, hearts were filled...