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Saturday, May 11, 2013

Your Heart Will Burn

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4D4eoTd4JU&list=PLzilNOmROiB59mRFn0Ci73Vs87ilxWHkm
This link leads to a list with all of "Your Heart Will Burn" which is the musical I wrote about the Martin Handcart Company through the eyes of Isaac and the Ashtons.  We produced it in our ward.  It was pretty amazing that we were able to pull it off.  Aunt Carol, Sheri's aunt who taught drama at Ohlone College said it was good but under rehearsed.  That is the problem with ward productions.  It is hard to get things to where they should be.  Another problem was I was the director, and I don't think I did a very good job of directing.  We dealt with tonsilitis,  prominent cast member moving, and then moving back.  It was a struggle.  We also had some scheduling issues, fitting into everyone's schedule.  However many organizations helped, Young Men's and Women's did set.  I signed many merrit badges for those who wanted to finish Theater.  However we did have a good time.

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