Friday, November 13, 2015

Date at the Portland Community College Sylvania Campus Theater.

Matt picked out a surprise date for us, a theatrical production based on Stan Sakai's samurai comic.  He was very excited about the surprise.

Our tickets.  The ticket machine wasn't quite working.  We were at the 7pm show on 11/13.

There were refreshments for sale including these cookies.  Many people asked about the price and the person selling kept repeating the same thing over and over again.  "The Usagi Yojimbo cookies are three dollars, or we have the yin-yang for $2.00."   

I had some popcorn.  Matt went for one of the yin-yang.  It was two dollars, in case you didn't know.

I enjoyed the play.  I find masks off-putting in theater, and so there was that.  The masks were nicely constructed though.  I appreciated their craftsmanship.


balyien said...

Those cookies look delicious! Did they have a sign? I could see why people kept asking if they didn't have a sign. Usually people still ask even when there is a sign, haha. I'm with you on masks in plays.

Patricia said...

No sign. Which was why process-loving me was enjoying the repeated answer so much. Why didn't they just make a sign?

But yes, people would still ask. I know that from experience.