I’m nerdy enough to give my 15yo a used copy of “The Hero with a Thousand Faces.” He’s halfway through it now. (Nerd kids are awesome kids.)
My daughter spends a lot of time with her theater friends, who thrive on community and love giving and getting attention. Every so often she reports being puzzled by kids who don’t respond well to what she intends as overtures of friendship. Even kids who, as far as I can tell, are confident and outgoing, can still baffle her if they just aren’t as extraverted as she is. I thought maybe…
Come see me as the Captain of the Guard, Leigh as the Fairy Godmother, and Carolyn (Sunday only) as Young Fiona. We’re running Act 1 all the way through for the first time tomorrow. Post by Stage Right.
JoAnne Boyle liked talking about tradition — from the Latin meaning “handed over.” One of her favorite traditions involved lining up with the administrators to shake hands with each incoming freshman, and again with all the faculty to hand off the new graduates to the world. Now, members of the SHU community are repaying both favors — lining up along Seton Hill Drive, welcoming her and sending her off. Post…
Mourning a great leader and role model. Pres. Emerita JoAnne Boyle, RIP. (Email sent to SHU community a short while ago.) #setonhill
…she’s pretending to be “Spock in a Tree on Omicron Ceti III.”
The observation car Pearl sings of her love for Rusty, in the “Like ‘Cats’ but with Trains” show “Starlight Express.” By the way, that’s a Star Wars Stormtrooper outfit, with pink accents added by my wife. Post by Stage Right.