By popular demand, Caged Dames returns to the Bailiwick Repertory Theatre for a limited engagement - 12 shows only! It's leaner and meaner, with a new song! Call now for tickets!
Opens: Friday, January 26, 7:00PM
Runs: Fridays at 7:00 PM, Saturdays at 10:00PM
Closes: Saturday, March 3, 10:00PM
At Bailiwick Repertory Theatre, 1229 W. Belmont Avenue.
For reservations, call the Bailiwick Repertory Theatre box office at (773) 883-1090 or visit www.ticketmaster.com.
"Highly Recommended" - Chicago Reader
"Caged Dames has a lock on camp!" - Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune
"If you miss Caged Dames, it'll be a crime!" - Gay Chicago
"When it's good, it's very good, when it's BAD, it's better!" - TimeOut Chicago
I have a thousand things to do today...most of them fun. But it is a full day. I have a sermon entitled "What Did You Say?" to tinker with. You can go here for the lectionary text. I am focusing on the Jeremiah passage and the Gospel. The hope is to get it done today so that I can take it a little easier tomorrow. Tomorrow is my birthday. I have one meeting scheduled...a last minute planning meeting for the annual meeting at Community Church. Otherwise I can kick back a little.
Trish's show opens tonight. Handbag is remounting Caged Dames. I cannot make the opening night show as I will be at a banquet hosted by another theater group, Quest Ensemble. Theater everywhere! Tomorrow evening I will house manage for Caged Dames. Y'all should come!
The other thing I have to do is finish my planning for Sunday's adult Bible study. We have been exploring a broad-brush history of the creation of the canon The Canon of Scripture: How? Why? Why not?. The conversation has been lively. Last week we explored the first three centuries of the church, gnosticism and the like. I am curious about how the persecutions, the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem etc encouraged the rapid deliniation of the canon. This week we'll look at the Constantinian and "post-Constantinian" era...about 1000 years or so until the Reformation. Heh. No big deal. ACK! It should be fun.
Well, there you go. Enjoy the weekend.
I will likely not post on-line.
Oh, please forgive me for not saying this earlier. Thank you all for your well-wishing and commiseration over the theft. I hope that the bank will have everything back to us soon. Your kindness, however, was much appreciated.
Peace and all good things to you!