I have of course posted about how thrilled we are to have the Seminole Theater open again and some of the events we’ve attended there. (http://seminoletheatre.org) The regular season has concluded, but there are several events during the summer and more will be added as they become available. Not long ago, a representative from WLRN Radio Theater contacted the on-site manager. I’ll admit I didn’t know there was such a thing, but there is, and the gentleman was excited about the Seminole being open. So, on July 22d, War of the Worlds will be presented. From what I understand, the stage will be the “broadcast station” that is doing the original broadcast from 1938. As the audience, we will be seeing into the radio station. I’m not sure how much lead-in and close-out there will be on either end of the broadcast, but it ought to be a fun evening. It is another 8-9:30 p.m. show and we’ll plan to either have appetizers somewhere before and dine late or eat before hand if we can make the timing fit. It will all depend on whether Hubby has afternoon boat that day. While it’s possible he might be off, this is peak dive season and it isn’t likely he won’t be working.
The are also doing Plan Nine From Outer Space in August, but we have no interest in that one. And speaking of no interest – Rocky Horror Picture Show (stage version) will be on-stage in October. I know I may be one of the few of my generation who has never seen it, but it’s true, and I don’t intend to change that. Hubby may go without me though and that’s fine – we do that sometimes.