Well, it was inevitable wasn’t it? No sooner had we unlocked the front door than Kim was already on the RSPCA website looking for our new kitten. We didn’t even have a web connection yet. Haven’t quite figured out how she did that.

But yes indeed. The time has come to introduce the newest member of the With 2 Rs family: Behold Scallywag Sugarpie – slayer of beetles, huntress of the upper bedrooms and mistress of all she surveys.

So it's been a while since I did a musical, huh?

The last one was Miss Saigon back in 2017. It's actually just a little more than a year ago, but it seems like a whole universe away. Since that time I've been up to my eyes in shows with QMT, Nash, BATS, and now...

So somehow in the crazy mess of finishing off As You Like It and gearing up for The Unexpected Guest, Kim and I managed to find time to go house hunting. And not just house hunting: house catching. The task of selecting a house was made very difficult by the sheer number and variety of houses on the market. The act of catching a house was made easier by the fact that houses don’t run very fast.

One of the great opportunities available to Kim and I since moving from Darwin to Brisbane three years ago has been the chance to do a lot more community theatre. In Darwin if you want to put on a show, you’ve really got to put it together yourself. There are one or two ad hoc companies around, but if you want to do something you’re proud of your best bet is to do it yourself.

It seems like a little while since I’ve gunked up my blog with promotions for my latest theatrical effort. It must be about that time again, eh?

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