Monday, June 27, 2011

The Big Bad Wolf

Last friday, Elizabeth and I had some special time together.  We had so much fun!!

Our time together started with getting ready to go to the theater.  No, not the movies, the actual theater.

Elizabeth picked out her pink tulle dress.

We then headed to the Barter Theatre.

The Barter is super famous in our area.  Lots of famous people have gotten their start there (check out their site), and it's the state theatre of VA.  So needless to say, I've never seen a show there I haven't loved.

We went to see The Barter Players (especially for kids) perform The Three Little Pigs.

It was on their second stage, which is attached to their cafe.  We stopped for some apple juice first.

Elizabeth found the headphones to listen to some of the other shows.  She loved that.

Next we found our seats.

She wasn't too sure what to think about the scenery.

And then wanted me to stop with the picture taking...

 The show started and I was nervous...what if the Big Bad Wolf scared her??  What if she cried??

She. Was. Mesmerized!!

They did a 70's music theme with it.  Adorable and funny for the parents too.  So well done!!

I was shocked though.  Elizabeth stayed silent the entire time and after it was over, turned and looked at me.

"Can we see the pigs, again??"

I knew she LOVED it then.  She doesn't often ask to see things over again, unless she likes it.

We got to meet the actors after.  She was shy and it took a little prompting to get her to talk to them.

One of the wolves.

Her favorite piggy.
I didn't get a picture of her with the Big Bad Wolf.  Too many people.

After the show, we went to our favorite local restaurant in town. The best potato soup ever!!

Elizabeth enjoyed some sandwich and fried corn.

But I can say, my fears were unfounded.


Because the Wolf was her much so, she asked if we could take him home with us.

Not sure if I could have explained arriving home with a strange man in a wolf costume to my hubby or not...


sarajo said...

What a fun date! So glad she loved it!

Too funny about wanting to take the wolf home. I bet she was just a little sad you had to say no.

Amber said...

How fun! I lol'ed at the wolf, I love the innocence. As usual she's adorable!

Beth said...

Awwww, adorable! Maybe the stage is her calling? :D
I'm glad you and she had such fun, and kudos to you for taking her to live theatre at an early age.

Nichole said...

So glad that she loved it! :o) And yea, I think that you would have some explaining to do!

Amie said...

Yeah! So grown up! Time for Beauty and the Beast!!

Brandy@YDK said...

wow - i love when everything goes great. it's such a pleasant gift. looks and sounds perfect.

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