Hey all—I can’t believe it’s December already!
That means it’s time for the cowbell blog’s annual December (pseudo) hiatus.
I say “pseudo” because, as usual, I’ll be seeing and reviewing a few holiday shows this month. In the spirit of holiday surprises, I won’t say what shows—but I will say there will be some holiday-themed/panto fun and shenanigans. So stay tuned later this month!
Happy holidays to you and yours—and all good things for 2020! It’ll be a brand new decade, with fresh opportunities and developments on the horizon.
Holy cow, it’s that time of year again! Time to get the holiday activities into high gear, with shopping and social events taking over the calendar.
This also means it’s time for the cowbell blog’s annual December hiatus. This gives me a chance for some R&R after a very busy Fall theatre season, and to take some time with friends and family.
As usual, I’ll be covering some holiday shows: two next week and one during the last week of December. Also keep an eye out for my Top 10 Theatre of 2018 list at the end of December.
In the meantime, I wish you and yours love and joy this holiday season—and all good things for 2019!
And with my final post of 2016 – on
Second City’s big fun sketch comedy/improv production of Twist Your Dickens, the cowbell blog signs off for the year.
Stop by for a visit in early January, when I’ll be covering some shows featured in the
2017 Next Stage Theatre Festival (NSTF), which will be celebrating its 10 th birthday at Factory Theatre.
In the meantime, stay tuned for my top 10 theatre productions of 2016, which I’ll be posting at the end of December.
Happy holidays to you and yours – and all good things for 2017!
Happy holidays from life with more cowbell!
And with the
Jacques and the Bean Stock Market post up and running, the cowbell blog is officially on holiday.
Cowbell will be back in the New Year, covering the
Next Stage Theatre Festival, among others. I’ll also be taking some time to work on a project or two of my own.
Happy holidays to you and yours – and all the best for the New Year!
Whatever you’re celebrating, even if it’s just some time off work, happy holidays to you and yours!
Bethesda angel, Central Park, NYC