LOST PRINCESS WINS BEST PICTURE!!!
THE LOST PRINCESS WINS BEST PICTURE
THE LOST PRINCESS has been chosen by the 2006 Danville International Children's film Festival as BEST PICTURE! We are pleased and delighted that our community and our film project have been so honored! Congratulations goes out to everyone who helped make the movie happen - and that's over 200 people! Thanks! The festival takes place May 19th through the 21st (2006) in Danville, California - which is east of San Francisco. We are being screened at the Town Hall on Saturday, May 20 at 6:30 PM. The awards ceremony is at the Village Theatre on Sunday the 21st at 5:30 PM. Unfortunately we will not be able to attend as Don Juan and Miguel as we are performing at Scarborough Faire at that time. (Or depending upon your point of view - we WILL BE WORKING - which is a gift in and of itself!) If anyone plans on attending, please let us know.
ARIZONA FESTIVAL NEWS
The 7th weekend of the festival was just fantastic!!! Great crowds, great shows and oodles of fun. It was the "biggest" weekend of the season so far. Saturday night was the festival's talent show (in house and for participants only)... always a treat to see our community in action and trying stuff they'd not normally do. Plus the little kid's program was as sweet as they come! Thanks kids! "Don Juan" helped to mc the show..."Miguel" introduced a couple of numbers...and they both performed with good friends Eddie Jeff Cahill, Frank Della Penna, Terry Foy, Arsene Dupin, and the lovely Clan Tinker in a musical spoof....such fun.
FINAL WEEKEND APPROACHES
Arizona is celebrating the final weekend of the 2006 season...last chance to see us here this year!!! Weather is s'posed to be agreeable, so come on out and visit!!
ON THE ROAD AGAIN
As this is the last weekend we are all in a rush to ready ourselves for the long roadtrips to Dallas, Atlanta and points all around the country. Packing and saying our goodbyes, trying to remember all the little things we'll need for the year. Hopefully I'll have this updated before Scarborough, but I wouldn't bet on it. Thanks everyone for a great 18th annual Arizona Renaissance Faire and hopefully we'll be seeing a bunch of you guys in Scarborough... I really love that fair, it's where we've performed the longest. It should prove fun, too...old friends Dan the Duke of Danger and Cantiga are there, as well as Iris and Rose, the Nuns, etc. Plus John O'Connor (Flaming Idiot) will be a Mud Beggar there as Scratch branches out and develops his own show. We'll be sharing a stage with The London Broil again (which is always great) and finishing up Martha Gay's new CD.
Scarborough Faire...here we come!