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well, we'll have to wait and see, but there's no point writing something if it isn't going to get produced, is there?
Where have all the d'Blogs gone?
“Where to begin? Ok, casting. We’ve got a chorus for the album! Yay! And we love ‘em. Which may not be their feeling towards us once they get their parts to learn. Still, they say the most euphoric feeling you get when being involved in a show is learning you’ve got the part. So let’s keep the love and euphoria going until the work begins. We’ve also got us some dairymaids. Double yay! And a farm manager and a parson! I think one of us has just fainted.
Now before you think, oh jeez, this all sounds a bit too much of a love-in, trust me (and me) there are tensions. He does call one of us a “Diva”. We’ll leave you to decide which one.
Keeping things newsy (and we hope you like the new news page btw), we’ve also entered some of the songs and music to be considered for an orchestral concert that is taking place in London later in the year. That’s about as much as we can say for now. You know, egg-on-the-face and all that. We would also love to tell you about some other exciting approaches that have been made and conversations that have been had about putting on the show, but again, our lips are sealed. Soz. But believe you me (and me) when we have something more definite to tell you, you will be the first to know. Well, maybe not THE first, but high up there on the list. Honest.
Talking of egg-on-the-face, you may have seen that we said we were going to be appearing on the WAWOW radio show at the end of February hosted by the lovely Ruth Curtis. Sadly, one of us had work commitments and the other one got ill. However, we will be giving an interview with said lovely Ruth for her on-line TV show in March. We say “will”, but let’s not tempt fate, shall we?
In other news, we’ve been restructuring the show. It now has a Prologue. It was the brainwave of the Michael who is good with words. Fortunately, the other Michael could see it made complete sense – and cursed the fact that he hadn’t thought of it in the first place. Little did Michael Music know that a swift couple of lines from Michael Words would involve quite so much recomposing of the opening material… But still, that’s the composer’s lot.
We could keep going on with this, but one of us is getting decidedly diva-esque and saying “Stop now for goodness sake!”. So we will. But not until we’ve said thank you so much to you for all your lovely likes, shares and comments on social media. It is so very much appreciated. Bye for now.”
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Next time on d’Blog… It’s pre-production time. Or is that pre-pre...?
11/3/2016 11:08:09 am
I am looking forward to filming an WAWOW interview with you both - TOMORROW!
11/3/2016 12:17:47 pm
Let's tempt fate and say... See you tomorrow!
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FROM STUDIO TO STAGE
HOW WAS IT FOR YOU?
MASTER AT WORK
INTERVIEW WITH A COMPOSER
ANOTHER MICHAEL'S STORY
THE LAST 5 MONTHS
LONDON STUDIO DAYS
A DAIRYMAID'S DIARY
IN THE STUDIO WITH TAM MUTU
THE ADVENTURE ROLLS ON
IT'S PRE-PRODUCTION TIME!
WHERE ARE ALL THE D'BLOGS?
A HERSTORY (THE FINAL PHASE)
A HERSTORY (PHASE THE 4TH)
THE LYRICIST SPEAKS
RECORDING TESS - THE SINGER
A HERSTORY (PHASE THE 3RD)
A HERSTORY (PHASE THE 2ND)
A HERSTORY (PHASE THE 1ST)
REVIEWS & REVELATIONS
LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT
WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT ALEC
ONE HELLO IS HOW IT STARTS