Friday, May 11, 2007

Welcome to 42nd Street

My son was in his high school production of 42nd Street. That's him in the tux.

He played Julian Marsh, the director. Here he is with his leading lady, who played Peggy. She's a pretty and talented girl.







I liked seeing all the costumes.

All of these kids did great. While watching, it was hard to believe it was a high school production; they did so well. Most of them had to learn to tap dance for the occasion, and had never done so before. It was a very well done and entertaining show!





















I am really proud of
Brad....... he had never been in a musical, and yet landed the lead male role. He acted, sang, and danced. He now has the acting bug, and is already looking forward to next year's production.





Thanks for taking a look...... tomorrow, it's back to decorating pics! I've been painting lots of things white! Makeover pics coming soon! :)

9 comments:

PEA said...

Becca, your pictures aren't showing up, all I see are red x's! I'll be back later to see if they show up:-) Hope you're having a wonderful weekend and Happy Mother's Day to you! xox

Mary said...

Becca, great pictures! The kids work so hard practicing and isn't it amazing how absolutely talented they are? I had the red x's last night but the pics show up today.

Happy Mother's Day to you!!

Mary Fran

Lallee said...

Yeah! I can see the pictures now. Wish I could have seen the play! This will be a special memory for you for years to come.

PEA said...

Yesssss, I can see the pictures now! lol Oh Becca, what a very handsome son you have and you have every right to be proud of him...he looks fabulous in the lead role! Hmmmm maybe I should ask him for his autographed picture now, before he gets very famous??? hehe xox

Rosemary said...

The pictures are working now.
Your son is so cute. I love musicals. It looks like they had a lot of fun!
Happy Mother's Day!
Rosemary

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

Sure enjoyed seeing the play photos! I was going to say the same thing Pea said about getting an autograph, and she beat me to it! But I was going to add -- I might could sell his autograph on Ebay when he's famous!!

Katherine

Robin Sherwood frecklefarm said...

Happy Mothers day,
best
Robin

Betty Jo said...

What a handsome young man and obviously very talented. I'm sure you are so proud of him. One day when he is famous, we can say, "I blog with this stars mother!" xoxo

blueberry hill said...

How fab! He looks so professional there all dressed up. A night for you to remember.

Thanks for sharing.

Annie x