March 18th, 2006


No day but today! You know why?

Because today's the last day of Woodrow Wilson High School's production of The Merry Wives of Windsor. So truly, there is no day left but today to go see it.

But never fear!

There are two different times at which you can attend if so you please!

There is a matinee showing starting at 2pm today. Arrive around 1:45 to buy tickets.

And then, in the evening, starting at 7:30pm, there is a regular showing. Arrive around 7:15 to buy tickets.

Tickets cost $5 for students and $8 for general admission.

2? 7:30? Why, what extremely convenient times, no? Both are somewhat after the average lunch or dinner time, so you'll be content, full and ready for action but still able to appreciate the delectable concessions.

Sad that there are only two performances left? Savor them, knowing the spirit of Windsor shall live on with us forever. Forsooth.

Last night quite a bunch of people came. It was pretty hilarious, a fire alarm went off in the middle of the second act. Apparently the steam from the janitor's power washers set it off. Those janitors. Always causing a ruckus.

A bunch of people from Lincoln came last night, too... they gave us this super awesome 'Good job, Wilson' poster with all of these signatures on it... it made us so very HAPPY! We really appreciate it. A lot. Seriously. It was awesome.

And then, on Thursday, Lincoln's drama director person came... and he wrote Mr Miller a note... talking about how very awesome we were... and how in some ways we gave the folks in Ashland a run for their money...


Go. To the show. Tonight. Or today. Live for today. Because there is really no day but today.

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