Wednesday, April 7, 2010

You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown

Were you just going crazy for more pictures of

my favorite little actor?play play 8 I told Gary I had to come down and do a post

because everyone was waiting for more pictures.

play play 3 He laughed.play play 4 play play 5 play play 6 play play 7 play new 6 new playplay play 2  They got a standing ovation!

new play 3Brooke thought it was outstanding.

She highly recommends that you see it

at your earliest convenience!   play play

Here are Kaishon’s fans.

Grammy and Pop Pop.

Beppy.

Shoshi who is hiding his eyes.

And Levi who was trying to escape.

He pretty much did that the entire play.

*It added a nice element.*

Have you ever been in any plays?

I was Martha

in a Mary and Martha play in college.

photostory friday

87 comments:

brainella said...

It looks like he had a great time!

I was the Ghost of Christmas Past in A Christmas Carol in the 8th grade. I had a very scary green robe. I was not real good. :)

Kristina P. said...

He looks like a definite natural!

Hilary said...

Bravo! To your wonderful actor and to his mom, the photographer!

Missy said...

Oh, I LOVE your blog!!! Kaishon is a total cutie! How old is he??? Perhaps we could arrange something for my Paige and Kaishon in say, oh, about 10 years :)

Glad you stopped by!

Buckeroomama said...

Aww, sweet! That still doesn't explain the paper bags. :) Or I just don't know too much about the play, heh. :)

Joanna Jenkins said...

I'm guessing Kaish wants to take more acting classes??

I was in school plays but really, I wanted to be a ballet dance when I was young.

Happy Wednesday!
jj

Chocolate Covered Daydreams said...

Was he Charlie Brown? I was also curious about the paper bags!

Didn't look like he was experiencing stage fright at all!

What happened to his braids?

He is absolutely handsome!

Julie said...

How fun. Looks like you have a budding actor on your hands!

Drew said...

I love the looks on the kids faces. They appear to be having a blast! So glad you snuck down to post more pictures. :)

Serline said...

So much fun and joy! Wonderful capture of your family dear Becky. Wishing you a lovely day.

Natalie said...

Lovley pics....

Please explain the paper bags...

I always loved watching school plays, especially with the younger children, you always leave feeling so happy.

Thank you for the lovley comment on my blog!

katherine said...

Oh aren't these just so cute!!

Was he nervous!?

I've been in many plays, and i have one coming up in a months time, and i am already nervous!!

Your boy loooks so natural on the stage, it's great, tell him it looked like he did a brilliant job.

K xx (www.thoseblissmoments.blogspot.com)

Rachelle said...

Been in several plays... Town Mouse Country Mouse, the Rough Face Girl, and several shorts while in college. I miss it a bit, but somehow teaching is a lot like the stage... except the script is different everyday and the cast loves to improvise!

Mari said...

What a great experience. I love the close up shot of Kaish and the girl. The smile on his face says it all!

jenbusymom said...

He does look like a natural, look out Hollywood!

Busy Bee Suz said...

I would attend any play that Brooke suggests!
I was never in a real play...just the Christmas shows. I was one of the leads in the song: "All I want for Christmas is my two front Teeth"
Cause, I needed two front teeth at the time.
Timing is everything in the acting world.

Dianne said...

He looks so happy and engaged, a budding actor perhaps

I was always behind the scenes in school plays, never on stage

Brooke said...

don't let him laugh at you - i love pictures!!

i was in 3 musicals in college. fun times.

Eternal Lizdom said...

I love that you have him involved in drama!

Hmmmm.... have I ever been in a play?

http://eternallizdom.blogspot.com/2008/11/getting-to-know-me.html

Yeah... a few. And I've produced. And I've directed. And I've stage managed. And I've managed the costume room. And I've done makeup.

In fact, the last show I directed was an adults production of "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown." :)

Four Dinners said...

Now that's a smile that'll melt a few hearts I bet!

Ta for the visit babe. I think I'll take your advice and ignore the politics!

Just read 'About me'...don't matter one jot...I'm fat too - and happy...;-)

Maddy said...

How cute! It seems like he had a great time :) The only play/ musical I remember being in was "Sarafina!" in 5th grade! I remember loving every musical number we had to do for that show :)

BTW- To answer your question, we live in Northwest New Jersey. So we're closer to NYC than Philly. Philly is about 2 hours away from home.

paige said...

I was a theatre major in college but I never did anything like that in high school. Our high school just didn't do plays. What a shame, I say.

Looks like he had fun!

Frau said...

Clap, clap,clap followed by a few woot, woots and a really loud whistle!!! I love the pictures they look so happy and confident! Great job Kaishon!

Teacher Tom said...

I just love that my daughter is into drama. Plays are such amazing experiences for kids.

I love these pictures. They all look like they're working hard, working together and having fun!

Jennifer said...

In junior high was in Theater Arts and we put on a couple of plays for the school. It was so much fun.

It looks like he had a great time, and I'm sure he was a raging success.

Thanks for stopping by.

Christy, the Mum said...

I had the part of an Eskimo boy in an elementary school theater class. I never made a return appearance to the stage. : )

Kashion looks quite the natural. He doesn't seem nervous at all. He's such a cutie!

Christy, the Mum said...

*Kaishon. Sorry for that typo. I've never been good with the placing of i's.

Live.Love.Eat said...

AWESOME!!!!! Brings back memories.

I acted & sang in college. We did Charlie Brown the musical and a few others. I could have been a contender!

But practicality & paying off student loans won over moving to Hollywood and waitressing at night while looking for acting gigs in the day.

Josh, Steph, The Boys and Maddie said...

so fun! so sweet! I was totally wrong with the play! Lol! Anger Management... Charlie Brown... same thing right!

TechnoBabe said...

Good one, getting the photos of the future motion picture star in action. He must have talent, and is sure good looking young person. The personality just sparkles in the photos.

Emmy said...

I was in the plays and musicals all through high school, so much fun.

The Incredible Woody said...

I was in The Wizard of Oz in middle school. The only reason I got a part was because everyone that tried out got a part. Yes, I was (am!) a really bad actor:)

pegbur7 said...

That's another one of my many fears! LOL

Mommy Drinks Because You Cry said...

Those are great pics. He looks like he's having a blast!
I've always wondered about actig classes for my two year old, such a drama queen!

4 Lettre Words said...

K's hair is soooo fantabulous!! What a wonderful young man you have, my friend.

Hope it's a great week for all of you!

Melissa said...

O I used to love acting! I did it all through grade school and high school, I think my favorite part was as the smarty pants in cheaper by the dozen for a community theater production.

jennykate77 said...

So so fun! Love the pics of Kaish! I have been in a play/musical or two. In second grade, I was Betty Bop in a Christmas play and it was my job to get Santa in shape for the Christmas season. I've also been in "Arsenic and Old Lace" and lots of small plays and drama skits. I love theater!

mamamia said...

wonderful! He obviously enjoyed himself. I am glad his fan club could be there. Levi obviously wanted acting lessons of his own. I hope he gets some soon!

Dan said...

Looks like a great time was had by all. That is the important part.

I never ventured out front, I was more a behind the scenes guy, including being the stage director for several plays in high school. I still remember The Taming Of The Shrew and Fiddler On The Roof with great fondness.

richies said...

Yes we were going crazy for more pictures! :)

An Arkies Musings

Liz (Loving Mom 2 Boys) said...

So fun!!! What a great milestone - I love all the things that we can do with our kids!!! I remember doing that play at camp one summer - its a great one!!

Lindsay* said...

Oh my gosh he is so adorable. Looks like they had a great time in the play!

Cecily R said...

Woo hoo! I was right!!! THese pics are FANTASTIC!!

I come from a theater family (my parents met on stage in college) so I've done a lot of shows but never Charlie Brown. It's a great show though, and I bet K had a fantastic time!!

Josh, Steph, The Boys and Maddie said...

I have been familiarizing myself with facebook. It is a little confusing at first! But we are friends now! Not sure we were before. I only just started using it! LOL! See you around online!

Lauren said...

I was in the Wizard of Oz when I was a little girl. I was one of the munchkins....and it was oh so much fun!

Puna said...

Hehe no I haven't but one of my very favorite things in life is to watch my kids in them...

Los said...

Great pics! I was in a Sesame Street play in grade school ... I enjoyed it ... wish I would've taken a chance on theatre in high school.

Caroline (Frogmum) said...

Looks like they all had a brilliant time :D Great story!

Michelle said...

I love the shot of the kids holding hands! Was he embarrassed to have to hold a girls hand?? :)

Is he ready to sign up for his next acting class?

Mama Zen said...

So cute!

Chris said...

I was a Kermit the Frog dancer in the second grade.

This looks like quite a production. :)

I love to see kids expanding themselves this way -- way to go!

Sarah said...

I LOVE that he was the only boy!! He looks like the neatest kid on the planet! And I know his adoring fans thought he was the most fabulous actor on stage :)

cheri said...

this is a great looking blog! i can actually feel the love here, seriously. it must be the pictures, or that you let the pictures speak for themselves most of the time.

i should take more pictures. and i havent been in any play.

thanks for stopping by my blog :)

debi9kids said...

Oh how fabulous! He looks so proud of himself :) (and you sure sound like a proud mama too!)
I bet he did an awesome job!

Rachel said...

Love, love, LOVE this! See that smile on his face... he's a natural!

(And I was set to lead part of a play, I even sang part of it... then someone told the director that I was *gasp* DEAF, and suddenly I got switched, LOL)

Lisa @ Boondock Ramblings said...

That's so awesome! He looks so excited! I've never been in a play...well, when I was in elementary school, but I don't remember having any speaking parts. Thank God. I probably would have died right there!

myorii said...

He looks like he's having a great time up there :) Is he the only boy in the play? Wow, amazing that he's not intimidated by that! You must be one proud mommy :)

Raise Them Up said...

Oh, plays are so much fun! I've never had the chance to be in one apart from the grade school plays.

But my boys have a dramatic side that I think would win them metals. Lol!

Lolli said...

I've been in plays before, but I never looked as cute as Kaishon did in his. What fun!

Cheri @ Blog This Mom!® said...

Beautiful photos. He has a face of pure joy!

MarfMom said...

he's destined for greatness!!! how fun! you can tell how much fun he is having.

i was psyche in cupid and psyche in 5th grade and i had a tachycardia episode partway through the first act and they had to pause the play for my heart to go back to normal rhythem, while the love of my life (5th grade crush) berated me for my unprofessionality b/c there were scouts in the audience, didn't i know?! lol. an actress i am not.

Monkey's Mama said...

that is awesome!

♥ Kathy said...

How sweet :) Thanks for visiting my blog. Sorry it took me a bit to get to yours! Have a great day!

Ryanne said...

What great fun for him. He looks like he had a great time. I was never in any real plays....I took a drama class in college and we did a final scene that people could come watch...that is the closest I ever came.

Elaine A. said...

I love his facial expression in that one where he's facing the camera! These are great, as usual!

I played "Jan" in Grease when I was a senior in High School. It was a BLAST! :D

the Lola Letters said...

So amazing! What a handsome boy - you can tell from his energy that he was "into it" ha ha!

I was a wicked step sister in Cinderella (probably my most favorite role of all time) and Dorothy in "The Wiz" ;)

Loved the pics!

Christy said...

He looks so happy! I was never in a play, but I played in the orchestra for "Damn Yankees" in high school.

Accustomed Chaos said...

Looks like a great time!! I was in loads of plays when i was growing up and i hope that i will get to see my kids in some too!

thanks for dropping by my site - im now following you :D

Happy friday
Devan @ Accustomed Chaos
http://accustomedchaos.blogspot.com

Alex said...

I was Big Little Panther in Peter Pan. I had ONE LINE!!
It's looks like Kaishon had a GREAT time :)

Emelie Stanfield said...

Scrolling through your blog, I can't stop smiling... You and your kid seem so fab. Love it!

Honey Mommy said...

I was in several plays in high school. I was in Annie get your Gun and Cinderella. Fun times!

Nicole S said...

Hi there! Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a sweet comment. Doncha just LOVE Kelle and enjoying the small things?!?! Your son looks like a really cool dude! My little brother was always the only boy in the plays too and he's just fine now, so no worries! If anything it helped shape him into quite a remarkable young man! To answer your question I was the Ace of Hearts in Alice in Wonderland and I shared a line with someone else . . . let's just say acting is NOT my forte! Hope to "see" you around! -Nicole :-)

Kelly said...

Guess what? We did this same play in junior high! How funny! I can't remember what part I was but I clearly remember the guy I had a crush on being Snoopy! He's a good friend of mine today, so I like to tease him about that!
Kaish looks to have played his part well...so much fun! Makes a mama proud, huh!?!?

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From Tracie said...

It looks like a great time was had by all! =)

I've been in several plays throughout my life...I also did drama team at church when I was a teenager....just call me "star" rofl!

☼¨`*•.♥Rocío♥.•*¨`☼ said...

Wow!! What a talented boy you got there!!
He is so stinky cute!
Love all the pictues! 【ツ】

Fernanda said...

Thanks for stopping by! I loooove your blog and your son is so very talented and so adorable. I am excited to get to know you and your family.

Anonymous said...

Outstanding pictures!!!
What a wonderful play it was! (I am sure because I thoroughly enjoyed the photos!)
lMnop

Grandma J said...

How cute Kaishon looks with all those girls! He had to be the envy of every boy in town.

I once played La Flaca in Cenicienta. (the skinny stepsister in the Spanish v. Cinderella)

DysFUNctional Mom said...

This looks like so much fun!
I was in the Wizard of Oz in the fourth grade - loved it!

Valerie said...

Seriously can not get enough of your photos... awesome story telling! I was Grace Farrell in Annie in 6th grade :)

Mighty M said...

So, never mind my last comment. :) I see it is indeed Charlie Brown.

What fun!

I was in a few elementary school productions. Can't remember their names though. Wait, I think one might have been called "Really Rosie" and my one line was "well, I can dance". And I was "Ma" in some other holiday show about a Christmas Wagon.

lizcooper said...

These are fantastic pictures...so fun! I was never in any plays. We didn't really have any at our school. I don't know that I would have had the guts to try out for one anyway.

Krystyn said...

He looks so animated and like he's loving it! WTG, Kaishon.

Carrie and Troy Keiser said...

Looks like everyone enjoyed the play. I really like the photo of them picking up the bags, looks like the wave!
My one time to almost be in a play I fell and broke my ankle :( I live vicariously through my children and their acting in Missoula Children's Theater productions.

jlo said...

Oldest siter in Christmas Carol. ;)

Jaina said...

Oh my gosh, we sang the music from that play in my children's choir when I was younger!! I absolutely loved the kite song. Looks like Kaishon had a great time. I did a number of plays when I was younger in addition to our children's choir. I was in The Music Man and Oliver, and The Best Christmas Pageant Ever. I feel like I'm leaving something out. Oh well. I just got really excited when I saw the title of this post, what a great play, the music is awesome :)