Thursday, November 22, 2007

Acting troop?

Let me explain the "Acting troop" reference in the previous post.

The Kherson orphan groupa traveled to VA as part of a performance of the Russian Shoemaker play. This is an annual travel program that helps with the cost of the hosting program. By accompanying the acting troop and performing a few songs during the play (mostly as extras), the kids get the opportunity to travel. When the two weeks is over, the acting troop continues on to California and meets up with another groupa, while our kids fly on to meet us here in Colorado. The stay in CO doesn't showcase the play, but the kids will get to sing at a few events and perform a hand-puppet show they have rehearsed.

We can't wait!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This a wonderful opportunity for the kids, and potential parents. Think it is great. Am happy for all. You are great Heid & Felix, and all who made this possible.

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