Patsy is directing (!!) Waiting for Godot at the Boston Conservatory’s Zach Box theatre – tomorrow is opening night. I photographed a dress rehearsal yesterday, and the show is just spectacular – well worth attending if you can finagle one of the (very limited) tickets.
Today is Patsy’s birthday, and I wanted to do something special for her, so I spent yesterday at the studio working on a monsterous birthday card for her. I’m pretty happy with it, I hope it’s a good surprise!
This particular photo is about a year old, but we haven’t made it into the studio together in a while. As my (single-digit!) readership will already know, Patsy and I got engaged a couple weeks ago and we couldn’t be happier. Having been a part of so many weddings for so many wonderful couples, it is exciting to have a chance to think about my own (Though, as a few of my friends have already noted, finding a photographer may be a little daunting…)
But Patsy was cracking up when I was taking a passport photo for her earlier.
Patsy and I are at Bandelay for the weekend (a long one at that, I took Friday off) and we decided to make a big pot of fish chowder and a couple loaves of anadama bread for dinner. And I realized as we were doing this, that almost exactly a year ago we did almost exactly the same thing:
Well, it was great then, and it was great again tonight. The pie will be pumpkin this time, not blueberry.
The final performance of “Good” at the Boston Conservatory’s Zack Box theatre is today at 2pm. It’s a great show, well worth attending – and admission is free
Needless to say, I am very proud of Patsy and her entire cast. They’ve all done a really excellent job, and with very difficult material.
Some more production photos:
Patsy is directing a production of C.P. Taylor’s play “Good” at the Boston Conservatory. I attended a rehearsal today and took a few shots of the cast, and of Patsy directing. The show is looking great already, I’m really excited to see it when it’s finished.
Yeah, we’re too cutesy for our own good, but while we were away Patsy and I got ourselves rings with blue opal.
Eventually I’d like to really do a _good_ ‘product-shot’ image of these – this one has some issues with the lighting and the black background, marks and dust that I am too lazy to retouch out – I’d rather just shoot it again the right way…