This, according to the blogger website, is my 200th posting. And I will totally believe what blogger wants me to believe, if it means that I don't have to go back and count all of the entries one by one. I've been keeping this blog for just under a year, so 200 posts is arespectable number. I originally had thought that perhaps I'd try to post every day, but not enough happened on a daily basis to justify posts. So I'm sure that I'll post another self-congratulatory message when I reach my one-year anniversary, but for now I'll just move on to my rehearsal yesterday.
We had a brush-up rehearsal for "TMS" yesterday afternoon, which felt very useful in the sense that we got a chance to run through the show and run through all the lines. But in the other sense, it felt to be a waste of time because we've already been running the show. The director keeps giving me what I think of as "notes from acting class," making me feel like an acting student again. I might be getting defensive when it comes to these notes, and I'd be the first person to admit that. But perhaps the week after a show opens is not the most appropriate time to be giving notes on "how to act."