Hey y’all, it is time for a good blog post for once. You have Tay Tay and Jake Jake writing for you tonight, under Jimmy’s name. We did some stuff today. Some buddies went to go see Shakespeare for breakfast, including Taylor. He describes it as “cleverly funny,” and “two thugs up, way up, dawg.” Jacob elected to go see Into the Heights with some comrades, some of whom described it as “delightful,” and “a musical.”
After these wonderful shows, the super cool kids, a.k.a. all of the kids in this shindig, went to go do some improv. The crowd was small, butt the laughs were huge. Taylor got some Pokemon cards. Then we all went to go hand out cards to citizens.
From there, we all headed down for some lunch at the dorms, and headed out for our last performance. It was flawless. WE then headed for some ice cream, and when back to the theater from whence we came to go see Property Rights, a delightful and spooky show. We headed back to the dorms and broke down the set and props. We had Papa Johns, and everyone is now going to sleep.
Taylor and Jacob
Today marked a huge accomplishment for every member of the FOTR cast and crew: “Where to Begin” premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Everyone has expressed how blessed and proud they feel to be a part of such a rewarding experience. Many people have helped us through this journey, but today all the work and dedication paid off. Despite this exciting news FOTR has been keeping very busy! Last night Fellowship took their hand at the traditional Scottish Ceilidh dance. A daunting experience for some and enjoyable for all FOTR had the unique experience of learning about Scottish culture. With three shows left everyone is itching to get back on the stage.
Dear Friends and Family,
After seven hours flying over seas, without naps, caffeine, and rest the FOTR cast and crew is retiring on their first full day abroad! The first day was highlighted by a captivating tour by bus, showcasing London’s amazing architecture and history.
Struggles against rain, wind, and a local London cycling race set the group back from seeing some major landmarks like The Buckingham Palace. With a stroke of luck the weather cleared for an evening walking tour. As the day dwindled down the group enjoyed the sheer atmosphere of the city. Local museums, The iconic Globe Theater, and the Millennium Bridge which served as a filming spot for the sixth Harry Potter film.
Tomorrow FOTR looks forward to workshops at the Globe Theater, National Theater, and exploring the beautifully quaint city of London. There’s no place like London!
Fellowship of the Ravens