Pollyanna


This is going to be my last show for awhile. My golf has really been suffering from the overabundance of theater!

I played Monique, the local French townsperson. I'm not sure why a French lady would move to Beldingsville, Vermont. But I decided that every small town in the 1910s had a local saloon with dancing girls. Monique was obviously needed to teach them the can-can and to dispense fashion advice. (Of course that was not really in the script). This is my third time to play a French woman, I guess I should be thankful I have that special skill. It was a lot of fun though and I hope to work with some of the cast again, there were many talented people.

8 comments:

Emig Family said...

I love your expression in the photo!

Hilda said...

I was about to ask which one you are, but I think I got my question answered already. Love your expression too! Still very much in character? :D

You just had to choose two interests that take constant practice and a lot of time! Hope your golf game recovers swiftly now.

Vogon Poet said...

It has to be good to suffer of overabundance of theater, but I am partial: I know something of theater but absolutely nothing about golf!

Jacob said...

Tis a swell looking group. Now if you can just get your act together on the golf course!

B SQUARED said...

Golf must never be sacrificed for art! I believe Van Gogh first said that.

Halcyon said...

I am the one who looks "French." ;-)

brian said...

i'm not sure what 'french' looks like, but i'm guessing the one with the revealing neckline... everyone else is properly covered =)

Kate said...

Are you in the green or the gray dress? Can't decide which is more French! Good looking cast! As usual BSquared added a pithy comment. Love it!