I've mentioned before that I am a season ticket holder for LaComedia Dinner Theater
. The calendar again rolled around to my scheduled night. I had three tickets for this show, and since my BF couldn't make it and Hubby was out of town, I decided to make it a three-generation ladies' night. This is a horrible photo, but here I am with my daughter and oldest granddaughter, waiting to see Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
I've wanted to see this show for quite a while. It has played there many times in the past. I recently found out it was a comedy. I kinda crinkled my nose at that, but thought, "Well, everyone seems to enjoy it." Yes, it was a comedy, though it did tell the story of Joseph... just in a different way. Here's my granddaughter with Elvis.
If you want to know why Elvis was in a play about Joseph, I guess you'll just have to pay the admission and go! It is definitely worth seeing... extremely entertaining. We all enjoyed it, very much.
Here's Dani again, with the stars of the show: Joseph and the narrator.
Do you remember the picture of granddaughter number two being kissed on the cheek by the handsome host? Well, here is her older sister, trying to look serious while they gaze deep into each others eyes.
...and she's supposed to be an actress?
Oh well, Mommy can't flirt with a straight face either.
But, she comes by it naturally!
All in all, 'twas another good night to remember...