Lemuria


Lemuria Books is Jackson's one locally-owned bookshop. It's a nice place to shop for something different or special. It's also in the same building as Broadstreet Bakery - a place I've been hanging out at quite frequently before rehearsals because they make great cappuccinos and brownies. I'll have to get a picture of the barista over there sometime.

Our show opens this Friday. I must admit I'm feeling a bit nervous, but I think we're going to be fine. And it really is a great show and will give audiences something to think about afterwards.

11 comments:

Olivier said...

alors bientot le grand jour, je suis certain que tout va bien se passer, tu dois ĂȘtre impatiente

Hilda said...

That is such a cool sculpture! Perfect for a bookstore.

You'll be fine! Try to get someone to take a picture of you in action! :)

B SQUARED said...

Break a leg!

Per Stromsjo said...

I'm sure it'll be a great show. Now go get us that barista shot. That'll give you something else to think about instead of feeling nervous.

Lois said...

I like the name!

Jacob said...

I love bookstores and I think I'd love this one for sure. Great sculpture!

Books and bakery would be the financial and physical ruin of me! I'd better stay away! ;-)

Good luck with the play. I'm sure you will be wonderful!

Do they still say "Break a leg?"

Vogon Poet said...

Get us this barista!
I hope "break a leg" will be fine...

cookingbride said...

I don't know how much you like mushrooms, but Broad Street's portobello mushroom panini (I think it's a panini), is to die for! I am not a huge fan of vegetarian items like this, but that sandwich is exceptional!

cieldequimper said...

That sculpture gives me the creeps. Looks like someone is coming out of a grave. M.... for Friday. Can't say that in English, can I?! ;-)

Halcyon said...

Jacob: They do still say break a leg. Unless you're French and they say "merde".

cookingbride: I do like mushrooms and have often contemplated that sandwich. My fave thing is the crawfish tail salad though (minus the bacon and the nuts). It's very tasty!

Jilly said...

Almost scary but a great image. Break a leg on Friday, as they say...