I had a really productive, collaborative meeting with a director the other day... working out the design for Circle Theatre's production of Becky's New Car. Rare. Really rare. Here's a link to an earlier post on what (I think) is needed to achieve it.
This fun meeting was held at my house, because my ride refused to start. Again! (Link to that saga, for those interested.) But boy did my Firestone dealer - which installed the faulty starter - respond well! I was very impressed. I mean, I had three guys from the shop on my driveway almost instantly and a fixed-for-free car back on my drive same day. Amazing.
This vehicular hitch delayed me visiting Tech on As You Like It until the next day: the production is going to be beautiful I think (acting and design "beautiful").
It also delayed my shopping for fabrics for Five Woman Wearing the Same Dress. For that we email-ordered an actual Laura Ashley bedspread. Now that that's arrived I'm trying to find a coordinating striped fabric for "wallpaper"... but these late '80s early '90s colors are out of style, so I'm having a hard time. Today's blues are tinged with green, while this is a pretty pure blue-blue. And the director and producers prefer a buttery yellow to an egg-yolk-y one, also an unfashionable choice. The two colors together? Aaaargh!
I've worked through all my favorite fabric shops - more fabric shopping today.