12 Mar Terri shows us her paintings
Today in drama we had no visitors, and those not there were Anna, Anthony O’Sullivan, Andrea and Liz.
We started in the the morning with Brandon saying we will be looking through Your Call later. Then Terri showed off some of her paintings; she painted a self-portrait which will be on display at Waverly near Guildford later this week. Brandon said he met someone from the National Gallery in London about Terri’s paintings; they also said they would like to work with different Theatre Groups, perhaps including the Freewheelers!
Soufyan then suggested we might like to perform the shows we have done when the drama group begun: The Point and Dreams Talk, both with marionettes (or puppets). We said this might not be possible but could try to do so.
Chris Crane showed off some new equipment for the Freewheelers next: a new tripod which moves up, down and round. It costs £480. We were all impressed.
Viv then said that on March 25th the Freewheelers are hosting an event where we will be looking at music for people with disabilities. The name of the project is Breaking the Bubble, and it says that people with disabilities can do just the same as everyone else. We will not need a packed lunch for this event, as one is being supplied.
Then we rehearsed Your Call from the beginning to the end, followed by lunch break during which we looked at Terri’s paintings and Brandon photographed them.
In the afternoon, we read through Lord Upright and Grovling from the beginning up to to scene 3, as we did all the movements involved. I am not there next week as I am on a skiing holiday in France.