Saturday, March 21, 2009

Seattle Adventures


Well, the cast reconvened in early March for pick up rehearsals for our shows in Seattle at OtB... The first order of business was giving out the Children's Choice Awards from PuSh. They were really happy to get them. Thanks again Children's Choice Awards & The Jury from Surrey!!!

Friday, February 20, 2009


Congratulations to everyone who was involved in That Night Follows Day Vancouver for winning 7 Children's Choice Awards, including MOST EDUCATIONAL FOR PARENTS, FUNNIEST VOICE, BEST USE OF ADJECTIVES and BEST OF THE FEST! Thanks to the Jury from Surrey, you guys rock! And thanks to all the people who donated their trophies to us so all the kids in the cast can get one. You rock too.

Here's a shot of all our loot.

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Super Fun!

That Night Follows Day is super fun because we get to tell off all the adults and tell them that we have to put up with them saying stuff like "You tell us NO!". I think it's a great play for adults to see.

Monday, February 2, 2009

A Wonderful Experience

That Night Follows Day is a fun (yet tiring) play. We children get to tell parents, teachers, babysitters, Jamie, Maiko etc what they tell us in the same tone they say it to us. It may be good or bad, if we were in a bad area of the play and one of us said something that could be good or bad we would say it in a bad, mean twist of a voice, but if we were in a good area saying something that could be good or bad we would say it in a nice voice. Parents have their ups and downs, but children do too. Overall it's been a wonderful experience and I bet both the adults watching and the children doing this play will learn something from it.

Sunday, February 1, 2009

That Night Follows Day

that night follows day is the awesomest way to have fun shouting out what parents tell us. It could be nice things that they tell us or bad things like how parents say no all the time. Now that part of the play is fun

Saturday, January 31, 2009


Here's some shots of the show by the fabulous Tim Matheson.