The dinner/theater was awesome. I really enjoyed the show so much. My body didn’t though!! I sat too long and my legs fell asleep and walking on my own without hanging onto someone’s arm was the only way i could get out of the building, lol. After the dinner/theater show was over, one of my favorite neighbors came up and we shared some time together watching TV, reading the paper, and chatting with one another. Anyway, the theater production was awesome and both CD and I enjoyed ourselves a whole lot. The music, the play, and the dance was awesome. The theater production played and sang many of Elvis’ songs and it was awesome. The gentleman who played Elvis/Chad and the girl who played Natalie were both very good, and I practically sang all the songs with them as they danced and sang the songs for us. The theater production was not about Elvis but about everyone/the characters who had dreams to fulfill, love, and misunderstandings about gender. The girl who played Natalie was also named Ed because Natalie had an understanding that she had to be one of the guys to hang around Chad. It was an awesome production. Expensive, but awesome. More later .. have the playlist here and will share all the songs that were played and sung later.
“All Shook Up”
Today I am going to a dinner/theater with a group of people from IDS (Independent Disabilities Services) to the Armory, a place that was turned into a Dinner/Theater place about three years ago. We are going to go see the program “All Shook Up” andhear many of Elvis’ songs. I am so excited about going but I can’t tell you about the musical play at the moment because I have not seen it yet. IDS is taking a bunch of us clients to the program as one of our monthly outings and many of us are very excited about going. I am all dressed up for the dinner/theater show and wondering what it is going to be like comparing it to Fort Atkinson’s Fireside dinner/theater show. I will, when I have a moment, write about my personal experience of “All Shook Up” as soon as I can…I promise.