What a wonderful thing it is to learn! A short note this month (a week earlier than usual) to encourage you in a project you are working on, whether it be repainting cabinets, learning to sing, or being a better parent. Learning does not have to have a pain price tag with 20/20 hindsight and a big mess to clean up. You can learn proactively, on the fly, from others, and most importantly apply what you are learning to life, the arts, and love… and of course, with a bunch of laughs included!
If you are in the area, I have been cast and am participating in the Last Chance Play Festival, which is part of the larger Fringe Festival network. Fringe is experimental theatre and honors many artists sharing their original work and performances. Keep in mind to check the ratings for each show if you are or have younger people you’d like to bring. (See show postcard with specific dates and performance times.) Tickets are available about 20 minutes before each performance for $10 at the door. It’s open seating. This show is for a mature 16+ audience.
“Colter’s Hell is an ecological fantasy where the animals of the Rocky Mountain wilderness confront legendary mountain man and fur trapper John Colter. The play draws parallels between the radical environmental change triggered during the early 19th century and the challenges faced today.
The protagonists of the tale, Coyote, Raven, Chipmunk, Trout, and others try to discourage him. But Colter persists undaunted by the frightening geology of Yellowstone Park, native hunting bands, and hallucinatory visits by Canadian pitchmen and philosopher John Locke until he raises the ire of Wishpoosh, a mythic, giant, albino beaver.” -Ross Peter Nelson, Playwright
One encouraging voice can mean so much.
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