Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Sweeney Todd

Sarah and I attended "Sweeney Todd" at the 5th Ave. Theatre last night. After returning some costumes and saying hello to a few folks, we headed to the Pike Street Market to look at dollhouse stuff and find some food. Most stores were closed so we left there and made our way toward the heart of downtown. Finally decided to eat at P. F. Chang's and it was sooooo good. I had honey chicken and Sarah had the asparagus. (why, oh why, does asparagus make your pee smell funny?) We then headed to the theatre, got a sneak peek at the Producer's Club (where all the hoity toity's hang out) and got settled for the show. The production was really good. The one I saw in Ft. Worth was good and this one topped it by a mile. Not a bad singer in the cast. The set was better than the one before. All in all, a top-notch job. Sarah said she didn't care for the costumes. (she would notice...since she's a costumer) I must say the velvet job on Beadle had me a bit concerned. So, an enjoyable evening for us. A little food, a little theatre and a viewing of "The Great Pumpkin" when we got home.

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