Which was significant in many ways, not the least being that it was the impetus for me to start blogging, so that means I'm quickly approaching my ten year blogiversary, but you will no doubt hear more about that before long.
We have not repeated that production since then, which is kind of surprising, but, well, I don't even know where we would set up a sewing room if we were to do it again; every inch has been given over to offices and classrooms that are used multiple times in a week. This view has changed; now that hallway looks like this:
What was an open room to the left is now multiple offices.
And I'm now on staff, doing data base management, which is a rather far cry from the free wheeling costume design of ten years ago.
But seasons change; they go in cycles. After several years of a hiatus in any kind of drama ministry, we are holding auditions Saturday for a new troupe of thespians, to be available to do skits and other drama ministry.
There may even be a major production in the wind again in the next year or so.
I may be dusting off the ol' costumer skill set again after all.