Don’t tell me it’s “just a show.” The threat that there are humans who desire to eliminate those who are, “nothing like the rest” is and always has been real.
Times Square and theatre fuel Marcus’ busy brain like nothing else. He absorbs and reflects the energy and passion.
When Marcus is one of a group of many, it’s hard for him to be heard and share his ideas. When he and I travel alone, especially on a theatre trip, he shares constantly; we chat together non-stop. In fact, this last trip I marveled internally at how much he had to say in every conversation, never at a loss for words.
Marcus and Alice Cooper
Marcus has met a few celebrities in his time, as you’ve seen if you hang about a bit. Some of the artists have been true inspirations to Marcus’ work.
This last Friday night we attended an Omaha Performing Arts event that featured Brian D‚’Arcy James. You may know him from films, we know his
“So, anyway, about Harry Potter…”
When Marcus wants to veer the conversation, his go-to sequitur is “So, anyway…”
After we saw Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Parts One and Two) we discussed and dissected the show during the break, at dinner after the show, the next day while on a boat tour, at the airport, and back at home with Quinn.
This isn’t really a review, more a reflection of Marcus and my impressions and the day of theatre we experienced