Tuesday, May 16, 2006

TinyTuna and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Oooo, pretty!

In honor of TinyTuna's appearance this week with the national touring company's performance of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, I've made a sad, sad attempt at creating technicolor fish. Oh, if I only had Photoshop and/or knew how to use it.

Sad as my graphics may be, TinyTuna is very excited about the show. It's as if, now that she is onstage again, she is breathing the air of her people and everything is right with her universe. This is not unusual in and of itself, but considering what's been happening up until this time, life has been a bit messy.

The music arrived one month late.
The kids had two weeks to learn and memorize the show.
The kids are onstage nearly the entire time.

Have they been on the actual stage yet?
Not until tonight.

Have they worked with the cast yet?
Not until tonight.

Do they have their costumes yet?
Not until tonight.

When does the show open?

Is TinyTuna worried?
Hell no.
That's just the way theatre is.

Am I worried?
Maybe a little.
That's just the way motherhood is.

It was red and yellow and green and brown and scarlet and black and ochre and peach and ruby and olive and violet and fawn and lilac and gold and chocolate and mauve and cream and crimson and silver and rose and azure and lemon and russet and grey and purple and white and pink and orange and BLUE!


bozoette said...

Break a leg, TinyTuna! ;-)

Unknown said...

crud, I was going to say that! Break the other leg TinyTuna!

Kat said...

Ooh, pretty!

lifeonhold said...

Ah ha! Now, reading backwards, I see the inspiration for the rainbow banner.

Slay 'em, TinyTuna.