The end for “Fiddler”

I left Anatevka today. That was my home, and it’s extremely hard to leave. Silent tears backstage don’t cut it, so I shall leave a few words in honor of these experiences.
I would first like to thank each and every one of the amazing cast members, you guys are so good at what you do, and I was honored to work with you. The techies were very funny, and had such a good attitude towards everything. Thanks. The orchestra blew me away, and you were right on; we would surely have been lost without you there, backing us up. The directors, choreographers, everyone, you were so great! Mr. Helmbold, you picked a perfect cast. Thank you for working me of all people into it, it was literally an amazing play, I can’t wait to see it on DVD.
Fans! You guys, I don’t know what to say. Every show was sold out, it must have been good.
I left my family on that stage, along with my tiny, beautiful plywood house. Phenomenal job, stagecraft. My papa was so cool, even if I did get grounded once, twice, thirty-three times. 🙂 My mama was so much fun! And she kept papa in line as an added bonus! I couldn’t have asked for better parents, seriously. Tzeitel, Hodel and Chava, you girls truly are big sisters to me, and I look up to you. Shprinzte, you were really neat too! And yes, you did talk loud enough, far as I can tell. As for my brothers-in-law, Motel, you rock, so much fun! Perchick, you’re a goofball. Keep it up! Fyedka, I didn’t really know you (onstage) but I’m sure you were a very fine brother. Villagers, even without any lines to say, you were a crucial part to this production. I enjoyed becoming your friend.
Tradition!
I look forward to many more productions and I will hopefully be able to adopt a new family then.
“Anatevka, Anatevka, dear little village, little town… of… mine.”
Goodbye…
-Bielke

The end for “Fiddler”

I left Anatevka today. That was my home, and it’s extremely hard to leave. Silent tears backstage don’t cut it, so I shall leave a few words in honor of these experiences.
I would first like to thank each and every one of the amazing cast members, you guys are so good at what you do, and I was honored to work with you. The techies were very funny, and had such a good attitude towards everything. Thanks. The orchestra blew me away, and you were right on; we would surely have been lost without you there, backing us up. The directors, choreographers, everyone, you were so great! Mr. Helmbold, you picked a perfect cast. Thank you for working me of all people into it, it was literally an amazing play, I can’t wait to see it on DVD.
Fans! You guys, I don’t know what to say. Every show was sold out, it must have been good.
I left my family on that stage, along with my tiny, beautiful plywood house. Phenomenal job, stagecraft. My papa was so cool, even if I did get grounded once, twice, thirty-three times. 🙂 My mama was so much fun! And she kept papa in line as an added bonus! I couldn’t have asked for better parents, seriously. Tzeitel, Hodel and Chava, you girls truly are big sisters to me, and I look up to you. Shprinzte, you were really neat too! And yes, you did talk loud enough, far as I can tell. As for my brothers-in-law, Motel, you rock, so much fun! Perchick, you’re a goofball. Keep it up! Fyedka, I didn’t really know you (onstage) but I’m sure you were a very fine brother. Villagers, even without any lines to say, you were a crucial part to this production. I enjoyed becoming your friend.
Tradition!
I look forward to many more productions and I will hopefully be able to adopt a new family then.
“Anatevka, Anatevka, dear little village, little town… of… mine.”
Goodbye…
-Bielke

The end for “Fiddler”

I left Anatevka today. That was my home, and it’s extremely hard to leave. Silent tears backstage don’t cut it, so I shall leave a few words in honor of these experiences.
I would first like to thank each and every one of the amazing cast members, you guys are so good at what you do, and I was honored to work with you. The techies were very funny, and had such a good attitude towards everything. Thanks. The orchestra blew me away, and you were right on; we would surely have been lost without you there, backing us up. The directors, choreographers, everyone, you were so great! Mr. Helmbold, you picked a perfect cast. Thank you for working me of all people into it, it was literally an amazing play, I can’t wait to see it on DVD.
Fans! You guys, I don’t know what to say. Every show was sold out, it must have been good.
I left my family on that stage, along with my tiny, beautiful plywood house. Phenomenal job, stagecraft. My papa was so cool, even if I did get grounded once, twice, thirty-three times. 🙂 My mama was so much fun! And she kept papa in line as an added bonus! I couldn’t have asked for better parents, seriously. Tzeitel, Hodel and Chava, you girls truly are big sisters to me, and I look up to you. Shprinzte, you were really neat too! And yes, you did talk loud enough, far as I can tell. As for my brothers-in-law, Motel, you rock, so much fun! Perchick, you’re a goofball. Keep it up! Fyedka, I didn’t really know you (onstage) but I’m sure you were a very fine brother. Villagers, even without any lines to say, you were a crucial part to this production. I enjoyed becoming your friend.
Tradition!
I look forward to many more productions and I will hopefully be able to adopt a new family then.
“Anatevka, Anatevka, dear little village, little town… of… mine.”
Goodbye…
-Bielke

Just more blogging.

Okay, on with the “weekly thing.” Today’s question is:
Newspapers are reporting their own imminent deaths. Where else will (or do) you get your news?
Okay, that is a tough one, but I would have to say the radio. Because it’s free, portable, and if I get bored with it, I just turn it off. I don’t throw it away or anything. So therefore, by listening to the radio and turning it off as needed, I’m not littering! *yay* That’s about it for today, other than the fact that my old voice teacher just had her first son! *another yay*

-DQ#1

Just more blogging.

Okay, on with the “weekly thing.” Today’s question is:
Newspapers are reporting their own imminent deaths. Where else will (or do) you get your news?
Okay, that is a tough one, but I would have to say the radio. Because it’s free, portable, and if I get bored with it, I just turn it off. I don’t throw it away or anything. So therefore, by listening to the radio and turning it off as needed, I’m not littering! *yay* That’s about it for today, other than the fact that my old voice teacher just had her first son! *another yay*

-DQ#1

Just more blogging.

Okay, on with the “weekly thing.” Today’s question is:
Newspapers are reporting their own imminent deaths. Where else will (or do) you get your news?
Okay, that is a tough one, but I would have to say the radio. Because it’s free, portable, and if I get bored with it, I just turn it off. I don’t throw it away or anything. So therefore, by listening to the radio and turning it off as needed, I’m not littering! *yay* That’s about it for today, other than the fact that my old voice teacher just had her first son! *another yay*

-DQ#1