Monday, March 27, 2006

The Pig Day Arrives

More than two hundred people packed out the auditorium last night for the US workshop premiere of That Pig, Morin. Despite being uncharacteristically nervous before the show, I was soon made to feel at ease by the actors and dancers, who delivered performances that were at once skillful and at the same time totally in keeping with the character of the piece. I am deeply grateful to all who took part, whether on stage, or behind the scenes.

Throughout the course of today, I have received many comments encouraging us to take That Pig to the next level. With such an auspicious start, we might just do that.

Thanks once again, and look for photographs from the workshop soon.

3 Comments:

Anonymous L.P. said...

Congratulations to all!!

Next stop Broadway?

Looking forward to seeing the photos soon.

2:00 AM  
Anonymous Joli Oliver said...

So glad the workshop went well. Sorry I missed it, I'll have to catch it on Broadway!!!
Congratulations!

3:14 AM  
Anonymous Ian said...

It was great to see so many people. I'd like to thank Magical Theatre Company, West Side Vocal Academy, Deidre Bullock, Eve Brunot, Summit Landscaping, Stagecoach Antiques, Mike Phillips, Dave Gabor, John Surso, Steve Brumbelow, Tom Joseph, Tim Prentice, Kerry McIntyre, and the staff at St. Paul's Episcopal Church for their help.

9:50 AM  

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