|The crime scene - see flowers by the fence|
Then - we decided that this was not going to stop us from having a good time. We walked to the theatre district and bought a couple tickets to a 2:30 matinee of Guys and Dolls featuring Rebel Wilson. We got two seats in the middle - 7 rows out - for 24 pounds each - about $30. We had time to kill so we walked the streets in perfect weather - sunny - breezy - 70. WE had some lunch and watch a few street performers.
Guy and Dolls first performed on Broadway in 1950. It won a Tony Award that year along with a Pulitzer Prize in 1951. I kid you not. It turns out the write of the play was on the government black list - and Columbia refused to give the play the Pulitzer Prize - although they won it. Frank Sinatra played one of the leads. The play had been done several times since - in NYC and London. Rebel Wilson from Australia as Adelaide - was fantastic.
About 5 PM - we came home and had supper in. Then we walked to the scene of the crime. Very sobering. When we came home - we found out the person killed was the wife of an Florida State University professor. She was in her 60s. Classes were done over here - they stayed an extra night and were to go home today.
I hate how 1000 good acts - a million good acts - can be counter attacked by 1 bad act.
|We went to a play -|
I was wearing my camera
|Lunch across the street from Harry Potter|
|How about a replica of Paul's Bass|
|Guy and Dolls Matinee|
|UPS electric truck|
|Jean and Bill like|
The Queens Larder