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Sunday, December 17, 2006

Saturday Afternoon With The Ten Tenors

The Ten Tenors is a one-of-a-kind performance to say the least! The Tenors are ten energetic and talented Australian tenors who blend music and comedy to produce a truly unique experience. They slide easily from singing Luciano Pavarotti's signature song, "Nessun dorma", straight into Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" with ease and style. Their voices individually are magical but together, they are pure incandensence. What a way to spend a Saturday afternoon!
The concert was in the beautiful and historic Victoria Theater, Dayton. It had been a while since I was last in this place and the restoration is exquisite! It was here that I saw my first movie! (I doubt that is what makes it historic...but you never know!) Toby Tyler was the film, 1960 was the year. I was 4 and I actually have some memory of the experience!
We all had dinner with Jim, Lisa and Brady and, as Grace said during the ride home, "It was a very good day huh?" Uh huh. It was.


Teresa said...

Look at that girl, she is wearing a purple dress.... Now you know I love purple... Glad to hear you all had a good time.... T

Jen said...

Awww...that was a sweet comment by Grace!
And a purple dress, no pink???

Missy's Blog said...

Your Grace sounds like such a sweet young lady.

You all lead such a fabulously eclectic life. You do so many fun things together ... such a fun family!!

Indeed ... it sounds like such a good day.

TK Angels said...

Gracie looks wonderful just like mommy. I must say Sue, when I have looked at some of the last pics of your mother I have realized (again) what a beautiful woman she is. That is where you get it :)

robin c. said...

What a fun day! My stepson would have loved to hear the ten tenors.
Your daughter looks fabulous in her dress...quite the young lady.

Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

RaNae said...

Hello SusieQ it's great to meet you thank you for stopping by my blog- I can tell I am gonna love it here your wit makes me smile so I'm gonna go a head and add you to my love list. Your King Henry and DD are adorable, Love your decorating and I look forward to becomming friends also.

Andi said...

Grace looks so beautiful with her dark hair and her regal purple dress. What a lovely young lady! Your Saturday afternoon sounds wonderful and your photos of the building are amazing. I love when they save and restore old buildings...not just tear them down to make room for parking lots.

Amy said...

All I can say is that it must be great to live close enough to a metropolitan area to attend something so wonderful as that performance. There are times when I'm actually jealous of the fact that my youngest lives in Atlanta. There's nothing remotely like all that within forty miles of my little burg.

Susie Q said...

Uh huh..I thought about how you said you LOVE purple Teresa!
Jen? Believe it or she fell in love with this dress and there was a PINK one like it! I was SHOCKED! I told her it was the color of royalty. Maybe that was it! : )

It was on sale and then, because they are trying to sell out the Christmas/party type dresses, added a 65% off of the sale price!

I love things like that!

The kid loves to dress up. I am not a fahsionista but she seems to be. Oh my!

Oh Amy..I wish you could too. WE don't have a huge city but it has great entertainment opportunities.
WE live near enough to Cincinnati and Columbus to enjoy them too.

Cheryl Wray said...

Oh, what a wonderful day it looks like you had!! And what a gorgeous theatre--the pics you took are just beautiful!
I'm jealous!!!