Neil Perry
I'm always glad to see this, but it's a doubly welcome change from the past week. I didn't really try to leave the City while it was... moving, I suppose you could say, but from everything I read and saw on the Network it didn't seem like the other worlds were any safer than the City.

It makes me wish I'd had a chance to finish my story, for the collection Rosella was talking about... At least then I'd have something interesting to share with you all, instead of just a greeting.

But as it is, that's all I have to offer. Welcome to the City, or welcome back.


[ooc; please imagine this was posted earlier /)_- as ever: Please no other Neils (tho face doubles are fiiiiine) and don't outright tell him he doesn't exist. Otherwise, s'all good. ALSO this post is as always eternally backdating friendly!]
 
 
Neil Perry
14 October 2009 @ 03:50 pm
What a relief that the bear's caught. Still, I can't help but wish... I guess it doesn't make a difference. It would have been such a nice solution, though. Congratulations, to whoever caught it. No more interruptions for anyone. Unless, of course, you're inclined to interrupt people (like, say, your roommate) anyway, just to be annoying.

Not that I am thinking of anyone in particular.

Just an example.

Anyway!

I know it's been a while since I said anything about it, but I think we're finally ready to start with the next play-- it's going to be a much smaller production than last time, but we should be able to make enough room for everyone who wants to be a part of it. I'm thinking early November? I'd hoped for it to be around Halloween, but maybe setting something on a holiday isn't the best move, anyway.

I know Cain, Yuuko, and of course Rosella were interested... And Claire, I think? And Robin, but... And Todd doesn't have a choice.

Who else?


tl;dr about the play! )
 
 
Neil Perry
It was snowing at home, too, when we performed Midsummer. Though of course it was the middle of winter, then, so it wasn't a shock. It's kind of funny, though, that it happened again here. And my father, watching-- I guess it's fitting, somehow, even if I didn't like it.

I wanted to say, for everyone who helped make the play happen-- thank you. I can't tell you what it means to me, really. I know it was the first time for a lot of you, acting, and you performed brilliantly. You should all be proud of it! I am. Exceedingly. And poor Anne... please be okay, Anne...

I guess the only question is... what play do we do next?

[ooc; for everyone in the cast or otherwise involved in putting on the play, feel free to assume Neil chased you down to give you a couple of the green roses Robin gave him ;3]