Sunday, 24 May 2009

B61 back into action

After Norway's great success in the Eurovision song contest Elisabet came back to rehearsals buzzing with enthusiasm. Kjell was not around for the Monday and Tuesday but David led music rehearsals. David introduced a new version of the Introduction Song which Elisabet believes, after Andy Webbers disappointing 5th place in Moscow, David should put forward for next years contest in Oslo.

The cast practiced the art of playing music, acting, moving, and talking all at the same time. For Elisabet the challenge continues...

Kjell arrived with in Italian tan also buzzing/glowing from his country's success. Rehearsal are now situated only in JES's lovely main space. Finally, some quality time with the Trabi.

Aude and Alex have been doing great work pushing the car around, with the cast and all the set in it, all over the stage. What a work out! Only three weeks left to go and then parading the beach this summer, eh!?

The sun shines steadily in the sweet sity (sic) of Stuttgart. Or is it....?

Jaws In Stuttgart? Paradise Lost!

The beautiful bank holiday is suddenly interrupted last Thursday. People pertified. What could it be? Chaos. Thunder rolling up above them. Shouts! Cries! 'Where is my Baby?' 'Heraus! Heraus!! Achtung! Rhubarb, Rhubarb!' The fear like a big leather glove upon the holiday loving public. In a flash the pool is empty. Only one foreigner is left. What will happen to her? A certain death? No.

A thunder storm cut short a trip to the out-door pool in Untert'urkheim. Elisabet kept swimming regardless. David and Aude where already out and watched her. With everyone rushing out of the water it was like a scene from the film 'Jaws' but without a shark.

...or maybe it's just rumors...

This blog entry is now ended. Now.

(posted by David and Elisabet)

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