Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre to see their new play – “I Love a Piano” –
celebrating the songs of Irving Berlin. The
play is jam-packed with American standards and it tells the story of a piano
that made its way through quite a few owners from the 1920s, through WWII, and
into the 1950’s.
“There’s No Business like Show Business”, the energy of just six people on
stage was remarkable. And I loved the tap scenes with the men.
– you will too!
off all serious topics of the day and let it float through the night with joy. They are a great break from reality.
my head. That song was “Blue
Skies”. It was one of my dad’s favorite
songs and he often sang it – or at least the refrain. And when I’d call from two states away and
ask how he was, he’d often answer – “we have blue skies shining above”.
the show, we walked outside to pouring rain, lightning and thunder. It was the second day of the remnants of Tropical
Storm Lee, which would bring torrential rain and flooding to Lancaster