And, so, we come full circle in a big messy arc. Across the country this way and that, we logged nearly 9000 miles. No breakdowns, no problems of any serious nature.
But not really too crazy. As a longtime theater person working as an actor, director, writer, producer, etc. I was going a bit bonkers not being able to travel to do what I love so much. My solution was to bring the world to me and thus The Mile High Theater. My belief, prior to January, was that I couldn’t travel due to Michelle’s situation so I would have to find another way to connect.
Then, in early January we had a wind-storm that shredded my canopy, knocked down a tree in my yard and collapsed cable lines. Truly a biggie. A few days later I head up to get some CBD oil for Michelle and as I’m walking towards Melissa’s place, I see this VW Bus, my dream, sitting there. It too had been revealed due to the storm, the cover that had been hiding it from me all these years, also shredded.
And the rest is history, very recent history.
But now, it’s time once again to bring the world to us.
The Storm Bus takes on its new role as Box and House Management Office. Probably late-night security as well! The world comes to the Bus.
And I hope his fellow buses, bugs (I’ve owned three) and other air-cooled marvels will descend on us for the Labor Day Fringe of the Woods Festival. If you like new, powerful, dramatic, funny and a bit challenging this is the Daycation for you.
If you are near or far, come join us on September 2, 3 or 4th, each night has the entire program and if you come on the 4th and bring your VW, you get in two for one. (It’s not expensive to begin with.)
The flyer and website have all the details.
I would love to meet you and we will reserve all the parking we can around the venue. I envision about a hundred of our classics taking over the place on September 4! Let’s represent!