Tag Archives: 2011

I can fit in stone

I begged Jessie to give me that hat, but she took it back because the yarn was discontinued and she couldn’t make a new one. That was before she created a knitting empire.

Just what is Vicky’s Secret?


Thanks to the crew!

Jenn James – photographer

& Stella on Props & Wardrobe.

Cast: Jason, Steph, Sara, Brian, Molly, Carrie

I almost fit in there.

As I easily fit in the Ordway stage manager console, I thought the Guthrie console would be no problem. Sadly, I’m just not bendy enough.

Thank you Jenn  for taking pictures!

I can fit in a stove.

Thanks to my trusty assistant Carrie for taking pictures.  They’re a little fuzzy, but we were at work so there may have been drinking involved.

What does it feel like to be a prop?

(I can fit in a prop box…)

I guess I’ll wait here.

Is this my preset?

Do I go on soon?

Thanks Jenn James again for taking photos.

“There’s a body in the window seat.”

I can fit in there…

with Mr. Hoskins

And Mr. Spinalzo.

Happy Halloween!

photography by Jenn James

I can fit in creepy old furniture.

photographs taken by Jenn James

How to Fit in a Locker in 13 Easy Steps

Special thanks to my trusty assistants Kris and Michael.

I can fit in a pitched roof portal window.

Try to remember the kind of September
When life was slow and oh, so mellow.
Try to remember the kind of September
When grass was green and grain was yellow.

– The Fantastiks

Shortly before I left Minnesota, my rockin’-Mom-friend Natascha, me, and a car full of children made our way to the amazing Franconia Sculpture Park for a day of adventure and art appreciation.

And here are a few more pictures from Franconia, which I encourage you to visit if you live in Minnesota or Wisconsin.

Warning! Hippies Being Artsy!

It Can Fit In There

This is the old Stage Manager’s Console from the Ordway Center, which I encountered while helping a friend move.  While I never worked there, the console apparently holds sentimental value for some people.

I can fit in there!

And… it can fit in there.

Sometimes you just have to let things go.  Especially really heavy things.