We wound up in a spot we often hear about but rarely visit: Far, Far North Dallas and Frisco, and a place called the Shops at Willow Bend.
All told, about 50 students will fill shoes that generally run several sizes larger in the grown-up world of theater, and professionalism and responsibility are equally stressed.
Faith, hope and love are the only things worth building up and building on.
The one thing to avoid are those rich Chardonnays.
“There are sushi bars with owners who are different nationalities, so we try and do things only Japanese can do.”
It’s not as easy as doing work in a subdivision built in a suburban prairie, but it’s not supposed to be. The idea, after all, is to preserve the integrity of the neighborhood.
It’s pretty disturbing that some parents seem not to have a problem with accepting or even encouraging behavior involving their kids’ activities that they wouldn’t for themselves.