Walking. The Shire.
Third Movement of the Violin Concerto by Aram Khachaturian – Sean Koenig
We Dance – Once on This Island
I’ve Decided to Marry You – A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder
Wouldn’t It Be Loverly – My Fair Lady
Yorktown – Hamilton
Down on MacGonnachy Square – Brigadoon
Raise You Up/Just Be – Kinky Boots
Hello, Dolly – Hello, Dolly!
Seventy Six Trombones – The Music Man
Prayer – Come from Away
For Good – Wicked
Tonight – West Side Story
Eye of the Tiger – Survivor
Luck Be a Lady – Guys and Dolls (the Playbill 30 Day Song Challenge – thanks Sean)
Happy Birthday Sean!
Gym at the Shire. Strength work. Core work. Stretching. Treadmill – slow jogging and walking.
Resonance: Homage to the Ancient Ones – R. Carlos Nakai
In My Life – The Beatles
Just Like a Woman – Calexico & Charlotte Gainsbourg
Soul Sister – Sam & Dave
The Pan Piper – Miles Davis
The Foggy Dew – The Battering Ram
Treat Me Like Your Money – Macy Gray
Big – John McCutcheon
Ni’bixi Dxi Zina – Binni Gula’za
Mama You Been on My Mind – Rod Stewart
Rambling Irishman – The Sands Family
Kol Hanshama – Abraham Jam
You Make Loving Fun – Fleetwood Mac
Down on MacConnachy Square – Brigadoon
John Henry – Harry Belafonte
High on Rebellion – Patti Smith Group
My Best Was Never Good Enough – Bruce Springsteen
The Dolphins – Richie Havens
On the way to see Come from Away, New York Christmas sights were visited.
On the way to see Come from Away, some of the New York Christmas sights were viewed.
1251 Sixth Avenue.
Heading to the theater.
Traci Smith, author of Faithful Families: Creating Sacred Moments at Home has provided a gift of the November 2018 Gratitude Every Day calendar. I am using it as an opportuity to revisit photos and post them as they speak to gratitude.
Filed under Friends, Music, play
The Sunday, May 27 tour began with worship at First Presbyterian Church in Whitestone. In the evening, with recommendations from son Sean and friend Patrick in hand, Tricia and I went to the Circle in the Square Theater to see Once on This Island.
A marvelous show! Well staged. Well played. A wonderful evening.
We’re on our way to buying the soundtrack.
Check it out!!
On a cold December night, Tricia and I wandered out of the warmth of the Shire to see Mark Rylance in Farinelli and the King.
We chose the play because Rylance was the star (the King). It was great.