The honeymoon is over and we are now officially in the trenches. What, you say, does THAT mean? It means we’ve gotten some, but not all, of the material covered and what we’ve covered is somewhat, but not all, there and some things haven’t been touched upon at all. It means the clock is ticking and I can see the length and breadth of the work that needs to be done. It means there are many, many people depending upon us to get the work done and it feels like being in a dense, suffocating fog. Am I nervous? Yes and no. I see past the fog to a beautiful show with lovely actors. Being in the fog, it’s hard to see what’s right before my face. It’s foggy. I know from experience that this is the most exciting part of the process. Beyond the fog lies beauty and incite. Without the fog you get a mechanical, a windup show with no heart. Judging by the density of this fog, this show will be full of heart!