The kids have said good-bye to another show. Their summer-theater camp this year was "Jolly Roger and the Pirate Queen," with performances held in conjunction with a weekend-long tall ships festival. They had to perform without mikes on a big stage in a city park; they seemed pretty brave to me.
Princess was a pirate, the one in a blue bandana. I got to be her hair stylist and did six rope-style braids, very cool. Gameboy was a gentleman who becomes a pirate to win a woman's affection. It's the third summer in a row he had a love interest in a play. He's not embarrassed by it, which I think is nice.
After four long weeks being at rehearsal all day, Gameboy thought perhaps he wouldn't try out for the next show, but a few days after the performances ended, he was itching to do the next thing.