Thursday Evening, August 18
This Sight and Sound visit was a 2016 birthday gift for Hannah and Jenna.
Going to Outback was a gift to Dustan.
Dustan and Jenna are just a few weeks shy of their first wedding anniversary.
We started our meal with a Blooming Onion.
Then it was to Sight and Sound
As you read in my blog last night, Hannah, was here on short notice. When I learned about their visit, I asked if either Diane or Hannah wanted to go along to Sight and Sound. Diane opted to babysit Anthony, but Hannah was interested in going.
I checked the website to see if there were any available seats. The note said, “Call for Seats.” I called, and the Sight and Sound rep said there was only one seat available and it was in the handicapped area.
Perfect! Since Hannah was dealing with an injured leg, she wouldn’t have to climb steps or walk very far. I reserved it. She didn’t care where she sat, but it was nice that she was in our area (of a very large building) and a dozen or so seats behind us.
I called Hannah and asked if she wanted to feel hugged by the Lord – then told her about the one available seat. 🙂
The statue of Samson in the entrance area.
Photos cannot be taken during the production, but there are some interesting scenes before the opening of Samson.
There is no talking, so the audience is left to figure out what is going on.
It appears that he is paying for a camel ride.
The production of Samson began shortly after this.
It was interesting to sit in a different location than a few weeks ago. That time we were in raised seats toward the back of the auditorium. We like that because you can see what is going on in the ceiling/sky and on the side stages.
This time we were toward the middle of the floor seats. We liked seeing it a second time because we knew what was going to happen – and we were closer.
It made us glad that it didn’t suit Dustan and Jenna the first time we went. Also, we were glad to take Hannah.
The Lion and Lamb outside the theatre.
We are blessed to live so close to Lancaster Sight and Sound Theatre.