The View From Here #171: Fall/Winter, 2016-17

Mount Shasta
Thanks to everyone who's been popping in to donate at Generosity.com! 

In just two days, we're brought in $830, putting us 11% of the way to our goal, and just $170 shy of the new "Breakneck Julius Caesar" costume! 


Back to the tour!
Utah, heading into Wyoming...
Racing back from some successful Utah shows, I made a quick stop in Nebraska, with a Shakespeare workshop at U-Nebraska-Kearney, and pushing on back to Chicago for one day. In an odd stroke of timing, my “agent” called me in for an audition on the one day that I would be in town! It was for an “industrial,” which is usually an in-house video for corporate use. The director seemed very enthusiastic about my performance, and as the door was swinging closed behind me, I could hear him tell the cameraman, “That was a Five.”

(Which, of course, begs the question, “On a scale of…?”)

Hanging with the Prez
I had another return visit to Lewis University, where they’ve now hosted me four times (they also use my textbook, “Acting at the Speed of Life” in their acting classes)! This time, I was doing “Breakneck Hamlet,” which was well received by my hosts, including the University President who was in attendance.

The very next day, I had a show at “BardFest,” just north of Indianapolis. They were hosting three fully-mounted Shakespeare performances, and brought me in as a teaser, leading in to the festival with early evening performances of “Lot o’ Shakespeare” and “Breakneck Hamlet.” Attendance was very light for both shows, but one of the teachers from Indy’s Herron High School was there to see “Breakneck Hamlet,” and immediately confirmed that she wanted to book me at her school on my very next pass through town! (Also present was my friend, Sandi Palombi, who generously volunteered to underwrite that event!)

Bar Banners!
I was off to Altoona, Pennsylvania, for another tavern show at McGarvey’s Bar! The owner was a former theatre major from way-back-when, and is trying to nurture a theatrical clientele, to replace their former punk-rock band vibe. Again, it was a tiny house, but it’s great to see somebody taking the long view on embracing the arts.

I had about a week between shows, and holed up at my friend, Deb’s house in Bloomington, Indiana, to finally get serious about memorizing “Breakneck Julius Caesar!” After one week of work, Act I was under my belt!

Somewhere in there, I got word that I had been cast in the aforementioned “industrial,” which would be filming, coincidentally, just after Thanksgiving break, when I would be back in Chicago. (which answered the question of what scale the director was using!) The odds of me being available for both an audition and the filming of any given video are pretty steep.

Name, ahem, above the title...
I headed back for my third visit to Lander University in Greenwood, SC, and this time, their theatre professor, Monique, had me up on the big stage, with a nice house of perhaps 200 students responding warmly to “Breakneck Hamlet.”

The next day I headed about 30 minutes south to work with a group of mature community theatre performers for a day-long workshop (they totally wore me out). By this point, I was starting to time my departures/arrivals so that I could arrive at my next hotel (or bar) in time to catch the Cubs in the World Series.

With another week between performances, I headed down to Orlando to celebrate my birthday with friends. I picked up where I left off on my memorization process, and got Act II of “Breakneck Julius Caesar” under my belt (and actually performed the opening act for a dozen friends on my birthday… somewhere in the middle of answering a ton of “happy birthday” posts…).

Cub fans, old and new...
The Cubs won the World Series…! My friends aren’t big TV watchers, so all we could find was the Spanish version of the play-by-play. (We tuned in the radio, instead, which gave us the description on a 50-second delay.) As a life-long Cubs fan, I was astonished and delighted… that the sun still came up the next day.

Although, six days later, I might have been happy to trade in that once-in-a-lifetime experience to reverse another.

After the election, I posted: 
“The good news is that ‘Tartuffe’ and ‘Don Juan’ will be increasingly relevant. 
The bad news: so will ‘Richard III’ and ‘Macbeth.’”

Arizona sunset
I pushed west, to Schreiner University in Kerrville, Texas (which gave me the opportunity to drop in on cousins Kathy & Larry just outside of San Antonio). I’ve been corresponding with Schreiner for years, and somehow “Breakneck Hamlet” was the right show at the right time for them. (There was an annual lecture/event sponsored by some local folks, who responded with really lovely enthusiasm, and sent me a very gracious thank you afterwards.)

Tim, Tucci & Tucci's Art
Westward again... I don't get to southern Arizona very often, but now it seems filled with old friends: I dropped in on former theatre chair, Al Tucci, playwright William Luce, former student Patti Lahey, and former Minnesotan, Erika Loen.

And then: back to Idyllwild!

Betty Anderson has been a great friend for a dozen or more years now, sponsoring a previous performance at Idyllwild arts (in Southern California), hosting shows in her living room, and contributing to the “Breakneck Hamlet” campaign. This time I was back to do another workshop and a performance of “Breakneck Hamlet” to a full house of about 120 students (which was a blast).
My workshop at Idyllwild!

Also, while in Idyllwild, I got a call from a publisher who was interested in picking up some of my plays! We’ve signed the contracts for the first two, and soon, “The Learned Ladies” and “The School for Wives” will be available via “Stage Rights”!

Name/Title
The next night, Betty and I retreated to La Jolla, where I shared some of the new “Julius Caesar” with her. We went out to catch the film of “Hamlet Live” featuring Benedict Cumberbatch. (We didn’t make it past Act III… B.C. tends to pause… a lot.)

Driving through Portland, OR
More driving! I dropped in on Jayne Day in Fresno, and Marina & Steve in Chico, on my brother, Pat in Salem, Oregon, and continued out to catch a show at the Coaster Theatre, where I met a hitherto unknown, and never-before-met 3rd cousin, Karen, who, it just so happens, is on the board of directors at the Coaster Theatre, where I just happened to have performed last spring! (I didn’t know her then, and she wasn’t in town when I performed, so we only met for the first time this fall!)
The View in Coeur d'Alene

I pushed back east again, visiting my friend Carrie in Coeur d’Alene, and working my way back to Chicago once again.

My old friend, Paul Schreiner stumbled across this anonymous post-it note (below) on (somebody else’s) Moliere script, while hunting around in the prop room!

Note to the wise...

News came in that I was “IN” once again at the Edmonton Fringe Festival (where last summer, I sold out five performances, and got two amazing reviews!)! More news: I am also "IN" at the first ever Tampa Fringe Fest, though not (yet) “IN” at the Orlando Fringe Festival (which starts several days after Tampa's closes), but I am high on the waiting list! 


I dove back into another e-mail campaign, before swinging south through Carbondale (Hi, Susan Patrick Benson!), Bloomington (dropping in on their awesome karaoke bar, “Bear’s Place”) and Indianapolis, where my friend, Sandi had arranged for “Breakneck Hamlet” at Herron High School. (90 Students! Terrific acoustics! Standing ovation!)
Visiting fans after... some more excited than others...

Somewhere in there, Act III of Julius Caesar was memorized! (It’s the longest act, but I had one advantage: Mark Antony’s epic 8-minute “Friends, Romans, Countrymen” speech was locked away in my memory about 9 years ago when I memorized “Lot o’ Shakespeare”!)

I took one final swing north through Detroit, dropping off a Christmas present to Isaac (a case of beer, that would have cost just as much to ship as the beer itself), and raced home just ahead of a big snowstorm.

Proud to be a "Michigan Dad"
Once again, I volunteered for a Pathways weekend, which, as usual, lit a fire under me and rejuvenated my chase after some pretty huge goals. I just happened to have picked up the book “Mind Hacking,” (highly recommended) as I was getting ready for Pathways, and felt pretty lit up with the power of positive thinking…!

With renewed enthusiasm, I dove into Act IV of “Breakneck Julius Caesar” and, faced with the need to resolve an upcoming (March) performance at the Southeast Theatre Conference, I officially switched my submission from "Criteria" to what will be the world premiere of “Breakneck Julius Caesar”! (I find that the more I can challenge myself with ever encroaching deadlines, the harder I work.)

Charlotte's first Christmas
Word came back from the IRS! There was just one final “Anti Terrorism Compliance” form that they needed us to fill out (given that I do business overseas now and then), and I placed an immediate call to our Board of Directors compliance legal expert, Ted Banks (who has literally “written the book” on corporate compliance), and he had the wording of our reply fashioned within twenty minutes.

By December 25 Act IV was memorized! And I paused for Christmas, visiting with April, her kids, and (now) grandkid, Charlotte, before diving back in on the memorization.

I stuck my neck out (even further) on-line, declaring that I would have the rest of the play memorized before the new year!, And, as George Bernard Shaw would say that “focused my mind” (like a man awaiting hanging in the morning). 

This led me to eat, drink and sleep Julius Caesar for a week, reworking and reworking the ending of the play until I found that this one was going to have a SURPRISE ending! My complete submersion in the logic that holds "Julius Caesar" together took me farther and farther from the typical ending that you see when heavy-hitters like Jason Robards or James Mason play the role of Brutus. I don’t know if the high school teachers are going to hate it or love it, but once I had factored every other piece that led up to it, it was the only ending that made any sense to me. (Spoiler alert: my version is funnier than any other "Julius Caesar" you've probably seen)
 
I paused for a New Year’s Eve celebration, with “Breakneck Julius Caesar” now fully memorized!

And while I worked on drilling those lines to get them down under an hour (I've managed it three times so far!), David C. Jensen was spooling out early drafts of a “BJC” illustration, which he refined, and refined into something really “splashy.”

At one point, I hosted a “living room showing” of the new show, and about ten people showed up to get the first opening peek at the full performance, giving me great feedback.

I had to cut way back on the Caesar recitals, as it was now time to “wake up” Moliere than Thou” in my mind (and my mouth), for yet another performance at DePaul university (where my old friend, Claudia Anderson, is in the theatre department… though, as previously, it was the French Department bringing me in).

Tim & Claudia, 32 years later!
At DePaul, Moliere was once again, a rock star (perhaps evidenced by a special, somewhat intimate contribution left in the “tip basket” at the end of the show), and the French teacher, who specializes in 17th Century French authors, promised that she’d bring me back in again.

The Not for Profit confirmation finally arrived from the IRS! Given that I was now in the midst of packing for the road, it was now too late to whip together any kind of a fundraiser, but I started making plans…! (See Generosity.com Campaign, above…)

Monmouth Hamlet Poster
Pulling my vast amount of “stuff” together once again, the first stop was a performance of “Breakneck Hamlet” at Monmouth University. (My third show at Monmouth!) Again this show was extremely well received and, moments after it was done, one of the non-theatre students turned to the theatre student sitting next to him with one of my favorite ever post-show comments ever! 

“How…?”

Off to the races once more, stopping in Kansas City on my way to Austin, Texas.

And for the first time since beginning this ongoing 15-year mega-tour, I GOT THE DATE WRONG! I drove like crazy to get to Austin in time for a January 23 show at Lake Travis High School, only to discover that the show had been scheduled for January 24! (We’d been discussing either Jan 23 or 24, and I hadn’t noticed when the choice shifted from one to the other!) Fortunately, I had the day off (or I probably would have been more concerned about whatever performance-day clues I was overlooking), and did the show the following day to a roaring response of hilarity from the 200+ students (who were scandalized, and went wild for “Tartuffe!”). The play concluded with a big standing ovation from the whole group.

The New TMRT Banner!

With my schedule pushed back a day, I now had no time to revel in the success of one show, as I had to get myself up to Dallas to perform the very next day… this time: “Breakneck Hamlet” at St. Mark’s School. We raced through a quick tech rehearsal, which seemed to be going well, though I was a little distraught to see lights coming up in the audience’ face at times that didn’t actually have audience interaction… Even so, my host seemed quite happy with the show, repeating my favorite phrase-you-can-hear-from-a-host: “making an annual event of this…”

Again, within minutes of the end of this show, I had to race back south once more, to the Texas Educational Theatre Association conference in Galveston, TX. I’d attended TETA a couple times in past years as a special guest artist, but this time there was radio silence from the organizers when I proposed another appearance, and, ultimately, I booked my own table in the exhibit hall.

Even so, this seems to have been one of my best conferences of late. There were people who remembered me from previous appearances, people who’d read my book, and loved it… one girl who reported that she had just quoted me in one of her school research papers. So, I was mostly feelin’ the love in Texas. (And, I walked away with a list of about 40 names of people who wanted to be on my distribution list.)

I zoomed down to Kingsville, visiting with my friend, Michael, who I knew from several Kingsville performances, before pushing on to Laredo, Texas, where I was going to give the first public preview of "Breakneck Julius Caesar." Over the course of the workshop, I'd had no time to rehearse the lines for "BJC," so I was "waking a show back up" that I'd never performed on stage before. I had a scheduled performance of "Breakneck Hamlet" that same night, but I had to trust my ability to "wake up" Hamlet in the several hours between the morning preview and the evening show. 


David C. Jensen's latest!
It was an interesting event, with the kids mostly attentive, and particularly excited at all of the audience participation pieces that I had layered in to the show, as they got to respond with "Huzzahs" and cheer back at Mark Antony during "Friends, Romans, Countrymen," and, (spoiler alert!) eventually, stab me with a rubber sword at the end of the play! 

And, "Breakneck Hamlet" was also pretty good. One teacher e-mailed me to describe his reaction as "utterly delighted... left me in stitches."

I pressed north, driving in brief stints, writing my blog, organizing the fundraiser, and putting a video together. While you may see the official fundraising video at Generosity.com, you can see my collection of "outtakes," below... 

See you on the road!

Love,
Tim

DiscoveriesSome of my lightest-attended shows have had some of the most positive impact on my career. * The longer you do this kind of thing, the more that the coincidences seem to pile up in quick succession: chance encounters, people who know the same people, old friends who know other old friends, that by rights, shouldn’t know each other. * If you want to get a project done fast, move up your deadlines. * Sometimes, you have to go with the ending that is staring you in the face, rather than the ending that everyone around you expects.
--> Temperature: A global-warming high of 60 degrees in Colorado today.
Miles on Molieremobile #3: 29,000
On the nightstand: Mind Hacking by John Hargrave
On the I-tunes: Anything by Caravan Palace
Next shows: Feb 7, Concordia High School (KS); Feb 8-9, Chadron State College (NE)


Timothy Mooney Repertory Theatre Tour Schedule

(Already-booked dates in GREEN; Tentative bookings in RED; Probable bookings in BLUE)
MTT = “Moliere than Thou”; LoS = “Lot o’ Shakespeare; GSAT = “Greatest Speech of All Time;” SH – “Shakespeare’s Histories” BH – “Breakneck Hamlet”

WINTER / SPRING 2017
Feb 7:       Concordia High School, Concordia, KS (Workshops)
Feb 8-9:    Chadron State College, Chadron, NE (MTT & Workshops)
Feb 10-11: KANSAS, NEBRASKA, OKLAHOMA, South/North Dakota
Feb 12:      ARKANSAS, LOUISIANA
Feb 13:      LOUISIANA, MISSISSIPPI, ALABAMA
Feb 14:      MISSISSIPPI, ALABAMA, GEORGIA
Feb 15-16: New College of Florida, Sarasota, FL
Feb 17:      SOUTH / NORTH CAROLINA, VIRGINIA
Feb 18-22: NACA Conference, Baltimore, MD
Feb 22:     Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ (Julius Caesar)
Feb 23:     College of Wooster (Workshop)
Feb 24:     Kenyon College (MTT)
Feb 24-25: PENNSYLVANIA, NEW YORK
Feb 26:      PENNSYLVANIA, WEST VIRGINIA
Feb 27:      OHIO, WEST VIRGINIA
Feb 28       Urbana University (BH)
Mar 1:        KENTUCKY
Mar 2-4:    SETC, Lexington, KY  (BJC)
Mar 6:        INDIANA, MICHIGAN, OHIO
Mar 7:       Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, IL (MTT)
Mar 8:        MICHIGAN, OHIO
Mar 9:        OHIO, PENNSYLVANIA

Mar 10:      Lincoln University, Lincoln, PA
Mar 11-12: NEW YORK, NEW ENGLAND
Mar 12:      English Speaking Union (high school students), Boston, MA
Mar 13-14: NEW ENGLAND
Mar 15:      NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY
Mar 16:      NEW JERSEY, DELAWARE, MARYLAND, D.C.
Mar 17-19: MARYLAND
Mar 20:      VIRGINIA, NORTH CAROLINA
Mar 21:      NORTH / SOUTH CAROLINA
Mar 22:      SOUTH CAROLINA, FLORIDA
Mar 23-24: FLORIDA
Mar 25:     Winthrop University, Rock Hill, SC (Workshop)
Mar 26:      FLORIDA, GEORGIA
Mar 27:     Webb School, Bell Buckle, TN
Mar 28:     University of the Cumberlands, Williamsburg, KY (BH)
Mar 29:     Northern Kentucky U, Highland Heights, KY (MTT)
Mar 30:     Georgetown College, Georgetown, KY (Workshop)
Mar 31:      OHIO, MICHIGAN, INDIANA
Apr 1-3:     INDIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN
Apr 4:         WISCONSIN, MINNESOTA         
Apr 5:         IOWA, MINNESOTA, MISSOURI
Apr 6-7:     NORTH / SOUTH DAKOTA, NEBRASKA
Apr 8:         MONTANA, WYOMING
Apr 9:         WYOMING, MONTANA, IDAHO
Apr 10:      Moscow High School / U of Idaho, Moscow, ID
Apr 12:      Troutdale High School, Troutdale, OR
Apr 13:      Mount Hood Community College, Gresham, OR (MTT & BH)
Apr 11-13: WASHINGTON, OREGON
Apr 14-16: CALIFORNIA
Apr 16:      Vanden High School, Fairfield, CA
Apr 17:       CALIFORNIA, NEVADA
Apr 18:       NEVADA, UTAH
Apr 19:       UTAH, WYOMING
Apr 20:       UTAH, WYOMING, COLORADO
Apr 21:       COLORADO, KANSAS, NEBRASKA
Apr 22:       KANSAS, NEBRASKA
Apr 23-24: KANSAS, MISSOURI, Texas
Apr 24:       Springdale High School, Springdale, AR
Apr 24-28: TEXAS, IOWA, ILLINOIS

SUMMER, 2017

May 11-14         : Tampa Fringe Festival
May 17-28: Orlando Fringe Festival, Orlando, FL
June 5:      Chattanooga, TN
June 19-24: International Thespian Festival, Lincoln, NE
June 26-July 1 AACT Festival, Rochester, MN
July 17-18:  American Assn of Teachers of French, St. Louis, MO
July 20-30:  Kansas City Fringe Festival, KC, MO
August 3-6: ATHE Conference, Las Vegas, NV
Aug 4-12:  Calgary Fringe Festival, Calgary, AB
Aug 11-20:Edmonton Fringe Festival, Edmonton, AB

FALL, 2017

Sep 5-10:   ILLINOIS
Sep 11:      INDIANA, MICHIGAN
Sep 12:      MICHIGAN, INDIANA, OHIO
Sep 13:      OHIO, KENTUCKY, WEST VIRGINIA
Sep 14:      KENTUCKY, WEST VIRGINIA, PENNSYLVANIA
Sep 14-17:EdTA Conference, Nashville, TN
Sep 15-17: PENNSYLVANIA, NEW YORK                                     
Sep 16:      NEW YORK, NEW ENGLAND
Sep 19:      NEW ENGLAND
Sep 20:  Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, North Adams, MA (SH)
Sep 21-22: NEW JERSEY, DELAWARE, MARYLAND, D.C.
Sep 23-24: MARYLAND
Sep 25:      D.C., VIRGINIA
Sep 26:      VIRGINIA, NORTH CAROLINA
Sep 27:      NORTH / SOUTH CAROLINA
Seb 28-30: NACA South Conference
Sep 28:      SOUTH CAROLINA / GEORGIA
Sep 30-Oct 1:  FLORIDA
Oct 2:         FLORIDA, GEORGIA, ALABAMA
Oct 3:         Tougaloo College, Jackson, MS
Oct 4:         LOUISIANA, TEXAS
Oct 5:         Southeast Oklahoma State U, Ada, OK
Oct 6:         Richardson High School, Richardson, TX
Oct 7:         AWTY International School, Houston, TX
Oct 8:         NEW MEXICO, ARIZONA, NEVADA
Oct 9:         Cupertino High School, Cupertino, CA
Oct 10:       CALIFORNIA
Oct 11:       CALIFORNIA, OREGON
Oct 12:       CALIFORNIA, OREGON, WASHINGTON
Oct 12-14:          Rocky Mountain Modern Language Assn, Spokane, WA
Oct 13:       OREGON, WASHINGTON
Oct 14-15: WASHINGTON, IDAHO
Oct 16:       IDAHO, MONTANA
Oct 17-18: MONTANA, NORTH / SOUTH DAKOTA
Oct 19-21: NACA Central Conference
Oct 19:       MINNESOTA
Oct 20:       MINNESOTA, WISCONSIN
Oct 21:       WISCONSIN, ILLINOIS
Oct 22:       ILLINOIS
Oct 23:       ILLINOIS, INDIANA
Oct 24:       INDIANA, KENTUCKY
Oct 25:       KENTUCKY, TENNESSEE
Oct 26-28: NACA Mid-America Conference
Oct 26:       TENNESSEE, ARKANSAS
Oct 27:       ARKANSAS, OKLAHOMA, MISSOURI
Oct 28:       OKLAHOMA, MISSOURI, OKLAHOMA
Oct 29:       MISSOURI, KANSAS
Oct 30:       KANSAS, COLORADO
Oct 31:       COLORADO, UTAH
Nov 1:        UTAH, NEVADA
Nov 2:        NEVADA, IDAHO
Nov 3:        IDAHO, WYOMING
Nov 4-5:     COLORADO, NEBRASKA
Nov 6:        Iowa Wesleyan University
Nov 7:        MINNESOTA, IOWA, MISSOURI
Nov 8:        MINNESOTA, WISCONSIN, ILLINOIS             
Nov 9:        ILLINOIS, INDIANA
Nov 10:      MICHIGAN, INDIANA
Nov 11:      WEST VIRGINIA, NORTH CAROLINA
Nov 12:      VIRGINIA, NORTH CAROLINA
Nov 13:      NORTH / SOUTH CAROLINA
Nov 14:      SOUTH CAROLINA, GEORGIA                       
Nov 15:     Marietta Senior Center, Marietta Georgia
Nov 16:      TENNESSEE, KENTUCKY
Nov 17:      INDIANA, ILLINOIS                                          
Nov 18-22: ILLINOIS

WINTER/SPRING 2018

January 5-9: APAP Conference, NYC
January 5-8: MLA Conference, Philadelphia
Jan 10-Mar 3:  OPEN FOR RESIDENCY
Feb 17-21: NACA Conference
Mar 7-10:   SETC, Mobile, AL         
Mar 11-12: FLORIDA
Mar 13:      FLORIDA, GEORGIA
Mar 14:      GEORGIA, SOUTH CAROLINA
Mar 15:      SOUTH CAROLINA, GEORGIA, ALABAMA
Mar 16:      ALABAMA, MISSISSIPPI
Mar 17-18: LOUISIANA
Mar 19:      LOUISIANA, TEXAS
Mar 20:      TEXAS, OKLAHOMA
Mar 21:      TEXAS, NEW MEXICO
Mar 22:      NEW MEXICO, ARIZONA
Mar 23:      ARIZONA, NEVADA, CALIFORNIA
Mar 24-25: CALIFORNIA
Mar 26:      CALIFORNIA, NEVADA
Mar 27:      CALIFORNIA, OREGON
Mar 28:      OREGON, WASHINGTON
Mar 29:      WASHINGTON, IDAHO
Mar 30-31: IDAHO, MONTANA
Apr 1:         Easter
Apr 2:         MONTANA, WYOMING, UTAH
Apr 3:         NORTH / SOUTH DAKOTA, NEBRASKA, WYOMING
Apr 4:         MINNESOTA, IOWA
Apr 5:         MINNESOTA, IOWA, WISCONSIN
Apr 6:         WISCONSIN, ILLINOIS
Apr 7-8:     ILLINOIS            
Apr 9:         ILLINOIS, INDIANA
Apr 10:       INDIANA, MICHIGAN
Apr 11:       MICHIGAN, OHIO
Apr 12:       OHIO, WEST VIRGINIA, PENNSYLVANIA
Apr 13:       PENNSYLVANIA, NEW YORK
Apr 14:       NEW YORK, NEW ENGLAND
Apr 15-16: NEW ENGLAND
Apr 17:      Blair Academy, Blairstown, NJ
Apr 18:       NEW JERSEY, PENNSYLVANIA, MARYLAND, DELAWARE, D.C.
Apr 19-20: Geneva College, Geneva, PA
Apr 19:       WEST VIRGINIA, MARYLAND, DELAWARE, D.C.
Apr 20:       NORTH CAROLINA, VIRGINIA
Apr 21-22: MARYLAND
Apr 23:       VIRGINIA, NORTH CAROLINA
Apr 24:       NORTH / SOUTH CAROLINA       
Apr 25:       SOUTH CAROLINA, GEORGIA                         
Apr 26:       GEORGIA, TENNESSEE, KENTUCKY
Apr 27:       TENNESSEE, KENTUCKY
Apr 28:       KENTUCKY, ARKANSAS, MISSOURI
Apr 29:       MISSOURI                                               
Apr 30:       MISSOURI, KANSAS
May 1:        KANSAS, COLORADO
May 2:        COLORADO, UTAH
May 3:        COLORADO, NEBRASKA                                              
May 4:       Northwestern College, Orange City, IA
May 5-6:    MINNESOTA
May 7:        MINNESOTA, IOWA, WISCONSIN
May 8:        WISCONSIN, ILLINOIS

-->

May 9-11:  ILLINOIS

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

The View From Here #164: Fall, 2014

The View From Here #161: Shakespeare’s Histories; Ten Epic Plays at a Breakneck Pace!

The View from Here #152: OK, OR, WA, MN, MO, IL, OH, KY, PA, NY, ME, VA