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Come see me!
Author: Steven Shelton (8:29 am)
I know, I know . . . I've been neglecting the blog. Well, to be honest, that's largely because I've been helping in the effort to get rid of all of the trackback and comment spam that's been blasting this site (and almost every other site that carries blogs), and I thought it would be counterproductive to just add more threads to keep track of until we had it under control. I think that point has been reached, however (for a while, at least), so I'm back.
I know that I usually yammer on about politic and law and sometimes science education, but today I'd like to be a little more light-hearted (although there is a lot to talk about, from the Senate Democrats' apparent lack of blackbone to the Republicans making at least a show of demanding George II disclose his contacts with Jack Abramoff): the theatre.
As it turns out, you will all have a chance to see me, if you wish, in the first half of March, and all you have to do is take a little trip out to Fenton, Michigan and buy some tickets. I'll be playing the role of "the writer" (i.e., Anton Chekhov) in the Fenton Village Players performance of Neil Simon's The Good Doctor.
The show will run for two weeks starting on March 3, with performances on Fridays and Saturdays at 7 p.m. and afternoon shows on both Sundays at 2 p.m. Opening night will be Thursday, March 2 with a special dinner theatre show: dinner starts at 6:15 with a 7:30 curtain call. All performances will be at the Fenton Community Center in Fenton, Michigan.
If you want more information (including show times and ticket prices), just hop on over to the Fenton Village Players website.
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