Can’t stop to chat much, very busy day; in fact it’s been a very busy fortnight which is why I haven’t been on here as much as I’d like. Even now I am typing this in a snatched moment during a class test but, shhh, don’t let Mr Gove know.
Suffice to say that things are going well with ‘The Government Inspector’, we’ve had some marvellous rehearsals and all are looking forward to ratcheting the tempo up as the March 20th opening draws closer. I really hope that I will get some time to get back online and bring you a more detailed on set report of things Gogol as well as to take a deep dig into the archive but in the meantime I’ll leave you with the link above ( I couldn’t get the image to appear on the post unfortunately). If you have clicked it you will know what I mean: if not then I’ll end on that moment of cherubic boyishness from 1998’s, ‘Taming of the Shrew’, my debut with The Matchbox. I am sure there is a caption competition there somewhere for Joanie but that is for another day. Oh and I really must tell you about the ‘Hortensio Curve’ tm some time.
All the best, keep well and I’ll catch you again soon