And this is where we are…
Everyone has arrived, and we’ve lost no luggage or props or anything of that nature. I picked up Kelly yesterday morning at Nádraží Holešovice, one of the several minor train stations Prague has on offer.
This is what Kelly’s station looked like as I waited.
I picked up Andy at the airport in the afternoon. The thing about Andy is, he’s sick. He swears he’s getting better. And this photo is how the Poles say “Reverse-engineered Starbucks.” Both are all over town. But you don’t need photos to imagine that.
We’ve all gone through an accommodation service to stay in private flats for the duration of our stay. WiFi! That’ll make posting these easy, right? Whoops, except that the flat Andy and I have doesn’t receive the signal. Riiight. So this might be a bit trickier than we thought. Our broker is a nice guy who doesn’t always answer questions on email, and chalks up our initial problems with the network to the fact that we’re on Macs, and the Czech Republic is really more of a PC kind of place.
I’m paraphrasing, but I’m not lying.
Our tech went shockingly well today, until Andy lost his voice. We kind of marked the whole rehearsal, so no worries about overdoing it. Just worries about not kicking off the show solidly.
By the way, aside from the WiFi issue, our flats are lovely. Right in the thick of it.