Joseph is now closed. I don’t think it’s really sunk in yet to be honest. I’m not feeling sad or happy or anything. My first couple nights of having nothing to do will seal it for me I’m sure. And like all shows I’ll miss the people I acted with and seeing their faces every night for sure, but on the flip side will be ecstatic to have my life back to normal. I’ve seriously just lived and breathed this show for 3 months. Honestly, I’m not good at having nothing to do, and get restless very easily, so I foresee a lot of cleaning in my future. Heh. Hey, the house needs it so it’s win-win.
It was definitely and experience I’ll never forget. Performing in a professional theatre for crowds of 2000+ people was both terrifying and unbelievably rewarding. Will I do it again? Maybe. In many, many years.
I did get to sign the wall backstage along with all the other famous people that have come through. So THAT was pretty cool.
Here’s a few other photos.