I need to say I had a great weekend
I did take my camera along
there's always a but(t)
We were seated at a round table
tightly situated between the bar and 3 other tables
(44th Street and 10th Avenue)
with just enough room
for the waiters/bus boys to make their way to/from taking orders/serving.
Ergo, there are no group snaps.
While Annie wanted to take home our waiter
we didnt ask him to snap us
there was no way we could get a shot of all of us at the table
Once we got outside we had to deal with my continued lack of sense of direction:
Where's the theatre?
42nd between 10th and 11th.
What's the number of the building?
407 West 43rrrrrrrrrrr.. ooops ...
We got there in plenty of time to use the facilities before being seated.
Its a tiny theatre so all the seats are good seats
we were in the center 11 rows back ..
Going to see Love Loss and What I Wore
was wholly (or holy) Mama's idea
I offered to pick up the tix if she coordinated picking the date
What's the play about?
Its about moments in our lives as women
that we all can identify with on some level
now it relates to our clothing
I know sounds silly, vapid but its not.
The cast was superb
I had only ever seen Donna McKechnie before,
I saw her in the original cast of A Chorus Line
I was sure Rumer Willis
was going to be, well, less than wonderful.
I was wrong,
although Rumer needs to learn to
she was quite good.
Sonia Manzano, Fredi Walker-Browne and Annie Starke
rounded out the cast.
If you want an afternoon of female bonding
go get tickets
its a revolving cast, every month there are new actresses