Just like a charming drifter, "Downward Facing" came into our lives and left again before we were ready to say goodbye. We want to thank everybody who came and saw it. We hope you enjoyed it.
We would especially like to thank all attendants and participants in our final Friday night gala, where local rockers Tiny Bones put on their mellow caps and squatted on the set for an intimate, acoustic performance. Here's some video of the night:
It's a funny thing, live performance...it's all so in-the-moment that you forget how much time goes into preparation when you're watching it. (Don't let the video fool you, it really was very in-the-moment.) Tiny Bones plays with such ease that I assumed they just picked up their instruments and instantly knew the songs. It's a band with tightness and chemistry rarely seen, and clustered together on the wooden set in the Dream Theatre space made the audience experience so comfortable that I feel like I've been going to their shows for years. This is a band that loves its audience.
So now it's on to the next show, "The Grisly/Glorious Adventure of Christopher Robin, Winnie-the-Pooh, and Billy Moon" – a story about, among other things, imagination. It will be a well-prepared performance by a cast with tightness and chemistry rarely seen, clustered together on the wooden set in the Dream Theatre space, making the audience experience so comfortable you'll forget how old you are.
We are bursting with excitement!