|So few patrons at the theatre that we had|
the snack bar to ourselves.
When Wyona got to the theatre there was no one there -- empty seats all over. I told her to save me at least one row.
The kids seemed to want to try out the seats right in front. In fact, they were trying out the seats in every place in the theatre. Why not? An empty theatre is a good place to practise that.
Audra also practise doing some cartwheels from the stage, going up the isle. Michael said that was the favourite part of the show for him. He wants to do that. All Richard could tell him was to practise 100's of times.
|The theatre foyer was empty during the intermission.|
Alice is hanging on one bannister to the left of the picture.
Michael has his legs wrapped around another at the centre.
They skipped up and down the stairs and around the mall.
They also needed the break between Part I and Part II of the show, so they ran off their wiggles, around pillars, up and down stairs and even hanging from the railings.
"Come on, let's get back to the theatre," said Richard when he saw one of his kids balancing off of the metal bannister by the steps.
"I don't want to spend the second half of the show in the Emergency Department of the hospital."
|... a drink and a bag of popcorn for everyone ...|
... the straws were delivered later ...
Those confections were topped up with strawberry liquorice and skittles from someone's purse.
|"Line up right here to tell me what you want me to buy."|
She was singing the tune that we had just heard.
I wasn't going to tell her she couldn't do that.
She has an amazing ear for a five year old!
Notice in the side picture, that Michael is almost as tall as Audra!