And songs be heard . . . instead of sighs.

Last night, our glorious production of Godspell played its final performance at the Circle in the Square Theatre on Broadway.

As I tweeted earlier in the day, it wasn’t a closing, it was a celebration.

Thank you to each and every one of you who followed this incredible journey from Day 1 (Or Day 100, however you want to look at it).  And I hope the joy that is Godspell stays with you for years to come.  

I know it will be in my heart and mind forever.

To hear Director Danny Goldstein’s awesome thank you speech at the end of last night’s performance, click here to be taken to my blog.  And while you’re there, sign up to get my newsletter, so you can hear what I’ve got going on in the future, because this will be the last official entry of the Godspell Blog.

I’m going to miss it.  And I’m going to miss all of you.


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3 Responses to And songs be heard . . . instead of sighs.

  1. Why should this be your last “official” entry? As I recall reading, Godspell will be going on tour in 2013. It would be interesting to read about the logistics and trials of producing a tour of a Broadway show, and how that differs from mounting the show on Broadway itself (and I look forward to seeing the show when it eventually makes it to Los Angeles).

  2. Darryl says:

    Boy, how did I manage not to hear about this until today? (July 7) I agree, let’s hear about Godspell on the road!

    Your production gave me a real lift when I saw it, and will long be a favorite memory. Congratulations and best wishes going forward.

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