I certainly have mixed feelings about leaving my beloved husband and home to live and work in New York City for awhile. Actually, I leave this week end to get situated because It has been a full ten years since I lived there, and I need to get my bearings as well as go from being a country mouse to a city mouse.
I do know that I am very Blessed to be a part of a new work that is starring not only the amazing talents of Patti Lupone and Christine Ebersole, but also to share the experience with the remarkable creatives and cast of this production.
After the work in Chicago, I am aware of the challenges, especially artistically, but it’s what I do as a professional actor, and now I just have to gear up my appetite, and get ready to take another bite of the Big Apple.
I cherished every moment I was home and the Holidays were pretty darn fun. Our Chrismas lights were especially good this year, as was the fudge. The homemade wreaths turned out great too, but I missed having my friend here to help make them this year. She’s living in sunny California, and is probably glad to be there since its been pretty cold by Pacific Northwest standards.
As usual I will post about everything as I can, but since everyone knows what a lousy correspondent I am, I’m sure you know better than to expect much verbiage to come in as I try to learn or re-learn the show. I have to stay prepared at all times to go on the stage as needed which is a stressful position to say the least. It ain’t for the feint of heart so the plan is to “eat an apple a day to keep the ole doctor away!” Most importantly I want to say…………
I’m very honored to be welcomed back to Broadway once again!
The interior of the beautiful Nederlander Theatre in New York City, New YorkShare