But a photograph waits patiently, it lets us catch up so that we might see all of life’s precious moments … the ones that we might otherwise have missed.
To Be … or Not to Be ? Now isn’t that really the question?
Hamet is bold and dry and funny and … well Shakespeare! And the student actors at Norwood High did an excellent job.
Like I said … To Be or not to be… and the cast of this Hamlet “Was “.. epic!
I will not try to explain the importance of the Bat Mitzvah in a young girl’s life. I will leave that to those who have had their Bat Mitzvah.
Tons of family and friends gather and have a great time.
But when it’s also the girl’s birthday as this event was … well the party is extra special !
The master of ceremonies at the event is in control and must keep the party alive. This is like the ultimate example of pacing, with games and dances scheduled throughout the evening.
Shelly’s Bat Mitzvah / Birthday was epic … to say the least.
Venue : Temple Beth David – Westwood MA
Caterer: bakers’best catering Needham, MA
DJ : Press Play Entertainment, Needham MA
Florist : Silver & Sage Flowers, Norwood MA
Candy Bar: Janet Cook
Cake : DESSERT WORKS Westwood MA
Photography : Dan Busler Photography
The Norwood Alumni Choir held their annual Christmas Concert on December 23, 2012 at Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Norwood MA.
The choir is made up of almost fifty former students at Norwood High School and this year was directed by Daniel Mahoney, a 2007 graduate.
These events remind us of the important things and I’m already looking forward to next year!
A highlight of the evening was when former choir director; now Director of Fine Arts, Cathy Connor-Moen joined the choir to direct a number.
Norwood High School presented Dr Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog – which was taken from the Emmy winning, All-Star … cult followed production written by Joss and Jed Whedon ( they’re really famous!).
The show … or “sing-along blog” is about Dr. Horrible, Penny, Captain Hammer ( said with a super hero echo) and lots of crazy characters.
As you look at the pictures from the show I dare you to figure it all out!
It truly was a fabulous production which was directed by Norwood High alumnus, Ian Cardoni.
Sean played material from his current album and a few from his new album which will be completed soon.
The coffee shop performance circuit is alive, but saddly not well attended.
You see, the venue, small as it may be is often a launching pad for an entertainer.
So let’s hope that one day we can smile and remember that night when we saw Sean Reagan in a little coffee shop. I know that he will never forget the friends who came out to see him.