Friday, January 9, 2015

Community Theater and my small role.

For several years now I have been a volunteer at Davidson Community Theater, a community 

theater in my area. I saw an ad looking for volunteers, 

and I  responded and the rest as they, is history.

Here are just a few pictures of what I have done at Davidson Community Theater. Sorry for the 

really bad lighting but, no cameras are allowed in the theater, I snuck mine in. Shhh!!

One of my favorite places to be is in the wardrobe department. When you are in wardrobe, you 

get to see all the costume changes, that the actors make. 

Also, you do a ton of sewing on outfits to alter to 

fit specific people.

I got to work on these awesome feather wings, I so badly wanted to put them on and 

try to stand up at the same time. The Production of 42nd street has a bunch of dancers and 

dance scenes, so these feathers got a work out.

42nd Street Musical

After spending a week downstairs working in wardrobe, 

they ask a few volunteers if they would 

like tickets to the show, later that week. I jumped at the chance, because I don't normally see 

the show, by time it goes to production.

Cast of 42nd Street

Sorry for bad picture, I was sneaking to get this one.

Taking a bow!

42nd Street was a wonderful production with lots of dancing, singing and very high energy. 

I really enjoyed this show, and all the others I have worked on as a 

volunteer at the community theater.

If you can paint, answer phone, sew a button or anything else like that, you too can be  a

important part to your community theater.

Give them a call and see where you fit in.

Sunday, January 4, 2015

Sneak Peek Sunday

Since I have been gone from the land of Blogging for some time now, I thought I would show 

you just a sneak peek at what I have been up to.

This Chevron Deer Head was a labor of love, since it has to be done in layers and you have to 

wait for each one to dry before moving on. 

My issue is the waiting,  I am not really good at that part.

I made this tissue flower for my gallery wall and have since made several more for friends and family. 

It's easy and you already have the supplies on hand, if you drink coffee.

I built this wood sign this past summer and bought a cheap poster, cut the poster out and glued 

it to the wood after the stain was dry.

I have made eye charts and other things but, they have gotten gone before I snapped a pic.

Well that's just a little look at what I have been up to over here. More projects to come, real soon.

If you would like directions for any of these, please email me. 

Thank You!