Well, as we’ve mentioned, Ross and I have been super busy here in New Hampshire. This past week, we had the final classes and “final sharings” where our ukulele and theater improvisation students, respectively, got to share what they’d learned with the community. Both celebrations were a huge success, and we are extraordinarily proud of the work we’ve been doing with older adults. If you have any leads on venues for us or potentially funding sources, please let us know!
Next up we are diving even deeper into our production of the musical Goblin Market. Get ready for puppetry and poetry, in a take inspired by the world of Jim Henson fantasy films and with an astonishingly talented cast of singers and actors who move. It’s a beautiful and unique show, and you can learn more and purchase tickets here. It’s at the small Hatbox Theatre in Concord, a fantastic venue, and we’ve got an amazing VIP party on the docket for Friday evening. (You can save big if you purchase your ticket for that now!)
Otherwise, we’re plugging away at our work, teaching and helping our clients as virtual assistants. Life is good and we’re thankful for all of the opportunities!
We are in the midst of fall in New Hampshire! That means foliage, apple products, ice cream while it’s available, visits to Amphora Fine Greek Dining and of course lots of family and friends.
It also means we are super busy! We are producing a musical while we are here, which still feels bizarre since we’ve been away from producing shows for three and a half years. Our cast is outstanding and I’ve been happy to see how much I’m enjoying the process. I was half afraid I’d be bored!
But I love the process of creation, and it’s great to be back in the midst of it. And our production team is outstanding, helping us make the show much better than we could on our own.
With all of my work building my virtual assistance business, maintaining our music teaching business and everything else, our blogs and podcasts have taken a back seat. I look forward to renewing weekly posts as our schedules free up.
In the meantime, we hope you’re having a wonderful fall!
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