|This is the poster in our hotel's lobby!|
Who knew my son could tap dance?!
His big scene is Moses Supposes. He is the vocal coach, as well as playing other parts! You can find out more about Jesse Martyn, the actor, here!
The actors have put their heart and soul into it.
This show is one which provides historical significance.
It really demonstrates the shift the theatre world made from silent movies to talkies. It is done with humour, joy, and great fun. They pre-taped some film, as in the original movie, with Gene Kelly, Donald O'Connor and Debbie Reynolds, was meant to show the actors trying to gain a footing in this talkie world.
my brother Robin, me.
My mother learned to use a computer at work when she was 55 in 1980. She retired at age 66.
My generation learned to use computers in the workplace, too. It's all a learning curve!
|This couple turned up|
Next, it was fun seeing my brother, and his family, at the intermission. I last saw Keegan when he was 12-years-old!
The theatre is beautiful.
On the one side is a beautiful statue and fountain.
On the other side, in Heritage Square, is another pond, with statues celebrating the story of the snipe catchers. One of the statues, I presume, was off for repairs.
The story is an amusing one, about young men led astray by locals, waiting in the dark for snipes to appear.
|Chemainus sculptures are wonderful|
|Bubbling fountain outside our hotel.|
Dedicated to the Chemainus Theatre,
which has helped turn the town around.
|Spirit of the Earth|
|Designed and cast in 1986, by Glenn Spicer|
The irony of it was:
we were standing waiting in the rain for the actors to emerge!
|Afterwards, we went out to dinner. It was much fun!|
Katrina took our photos. She made us laugh so hard!