Saturday, October 26, 2013

Morning's at Seven

Last night we went to Morning's At Seven at Theatre in the Round.  It was very well acted and well done and I think it helped that I had never watched a single one of the three television performances.  That meant everything remained a surprise, including the funny bits.  The basic plot is about four sisters who find after many years that it's still not too late for things to change, and for the better.  Life doesn't have to remain the same and what seems like disruption and heartbreak at first can lead to growth and opportunity.

Aaronetta (front) was particularly good, although that's probably the Minnesotan in me bonding with a character that seems like she comes right out of the rural parts of the state.  Homer, the son who can't commit to marrying Myrtle, reminded me somewhat of what my nephew would be like if he'd had a bad chromosome or been dropped on his head more often.

Eryn agreed that it was enjoyable and she had a great time for an 8:00 p.m. show.

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