Wednesday, March 17, 2010


I've read and understood this play on so many different levels in three days. I've also read it, and not understood it.

Our journey has well and truly begun. Today was a unique. A day with no biscuits, plenty of sitting and script reading, re-reading and re-reading again. Coffee, water and a lot of laughs. Trying to work out who these two men are. Or are they still just 18.

Tara was upstairs. It was strange talking about her character,this women,knowing that she was sat above us.

Tomorrow is another layer. She enters. The energy changes. What on earth will happen...

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Day Before

We're all looking forward to tomorrow now. We had a new young lady join the cast last week, we take pleasure in introducing Tara Carozza to the Yaller fold.

I respect anyone who has the inner strength to stand on the stage, but Tara welcome to you. The Old Red burns with nervous energy. If we get this right I truly believe it'll be incredibly special. Guys watch out...this gal is good!

Julia, I already feel comfortable before we even start. I'm looking forward to finding out who this guy is, stretching myself and beating myself up with your care and attention.

Excited anticipation, ready to go and feeling wealthy this evening. All good things to feel before a production begins to take it's first steps.

David, Kira, Tom, Malcolm and Am's...I'm ready with the exact feeling I left "Back of the Throat" with. Cheers, the fact that I can recognise this feeling is down to you guys.

The rest of you, and you know who you are...Richard, Damien, Gabriela (our new designer) Helen at the Old Red and Mr Belber, I thank you in advance for getting back in the boat with us.

Kevin my old learnt them lines yet....

Here we go....