Tuesday, October 21, 2008

It's here! The Color Purple the musical

Today is the opening day for The Color Purple the musical at the fabulous Fox theater here in St. Louis, Missouri. My mom and I have tickets for seats in the 7th row, center, on the floor. I've never had such great seats for any show at the Fox! We are going with 2 of my friends who have great seats in the mezzanine level, which is the best area of the balcony to be in.

It's going to be great and interesting too. One of my friends has not yet seen the movie The Color Purple so we will see how that affects her opinion of the musical. I think it will be good! Of course she will still need to see the movie...it's a classic and a must see.

Tonight when I get home, I have to get all dolled up. I hope I don't lose my shoes, they are big on me...but I couldn't try them on, I had to order them, so I'll let you know how that goes. The main thing tonight is to not forget the tickets! That shouldn't be a problem though, I already have them in the special purse I'll be taking along tonight. I'll post tomorrow and give a full review of the show. I'm so excited!!

After the show tonight, we have plans to go to Uncle Bill's pancake house for coffee and pancakes and to talk about our thoughts on the show. I really love Uncle Bill's. It's this tiny little place that has been open since before I was born, I think. It's open almost 24-7 and it's wildly popular and known for it's awesome coffee, good food and great pancakes! I think they should think about franchise opportunities and open up a new location! Actually, they did once and then closed it down after only a few short years. Hmmm, I'm not sure what happened there, but the location in the city is still up and running! If you are ever in the area, don't hesitate to call me up and I'll meet you there!

2 comments:

forgetfulone said...

I bet it's fantastic! Have a great time.

Anonymous said...

Have fun! I love dressing up and going to the theatre. In Baltimore, there's a month of free arts stuff called Free Fall Baltimore and we got to go to a play last week called "Cyclopedia" and tomorrow night we'll see one that I've heard about for years and have never seen: "Waiting for Godot." If we weren't so busy unpacking and making a home, we'd be at a lot more free events!

I love late-night pancakes, too. That was one of the things we did the first few weeks we were home since we can do that here in the land of all-night diners.

I'm also looking forward to Uncle Bill's in December!

Have a happy day,
A