Saturday for the second night in a row BBBH and vanilla were out and about. Started the evening
with an AYCE catfish dinner followed by the theatah.
Our local players, Tipton Community Theater, presented "It's a Wonderful Life." Who among us did not think "Jimmy Stewart" when we read that title? Having seen the movie (who hasn't?) I was curious as to just how this tale would be presented on stage. Not to worry.
The actors and prop managers transported us smoothly and quickly from a humdrum mid-America auditorium to Bedford Falls and we found ourselves absorbed in the affairs and travails of George Bailey and a small New England town.
To add to the pleasure of revisiting the story was the fact that the players on stage were our friends and neighbors some of whom surprised us with their thespian abilities and all of whom acquitted themselves with aplomb, panache, even.
Topped off the evening in the rotunda visiting, congratulating, and high-fiving the actors.
Anticlimax: Into the FORD and home to FALL into BED.