"To thine own self be true, and it must follow, as the night the day, thou canst not then be false to any man."
|Jeffrey Lieder in the Costuming Seminar with the muslim mock-up, at left and on the right,|
the actual dress of Queen Elizabeth 1 in Mary Stuart
We attend the Play Orientations and Actors Seminars, and learn so much about each play. We always find ourselves wishing we had tickets to every single play! Maybe next year!
|Paula, Stephanie, Carolyn, Patti and Ann at the Play Orientation|
|Dinner plate Dahlias|
|Paula, Ann, Sandy, Carolyn and Patti|
|Paula, Ann, Stephanie, Carolyn and Patti|
|The beautiful quilt at the entry of the Garden House|
The Green Show, held in the quad, is lively and fun. Costermongers, in period costume, come round selling delicious pastries and freshly roasted cinnamon almonds while you watch the show.
Some of the beautiful herbs in the gardens at SUU ~ this one was particularly fragrant .
While at the Shakespeare Festival, we try to take in one of the Neil Simon Plays at the Neil Simon Festival as well. This year we went to see Proposals at the Heritage Theater. The play was well done, but we were a little disappointed. The past few years, the audience has been seated right on the stage - so it was theater in the round. This year, they had us sitting right down in the normal auditorium seats, and it wasn't as much fun; theater in the round gets you so close to the actors and the action!
|Patti, Carolyn, Stephanie, Ann, Paula and Sandy|
Saturday afternoon, after Proposals, we drove back to St. George and picked up Tiffany from the SG Airport. She joined us for dinner and the evening trip to Tuacahn. Another highlight of the trip was getting to see another dear friend, Renae H. She met us at Basilla's restaurant and we so enjoyed our visit with her.
|The set for Hairspray at Tuacahn|
|Carolyn, Ann, and Tiffany waiting for Hairspray to begin.|