I spent the evening surrounded by members of my theatre family. The directors, cast members, and my date for the evening were all people I worked with in past shows. The process of putting on a show often creates a special bond between the players. It's quite something. I appreciate all of the hilarious memories we share and the understanding of what it takes to go through the process.
It brings me to an analogy that a lot of actors in our community use. The front row concept. You know, when you look at your life like a theatre and determine who you're putting in your front row, who's in the balcony, and who is simply banned from the whole building.
Today I'm grateful for a theatre full of love and support. The show is what it is because of each and every person in those red velvet seats.