Farewell San Francisco!

Hey Bloggers!

As we head into our final weekend here in San Francisco, I think I speak on behalf of the whole company when I say THANK YOU SAN FRANCISCO for making these past six weeks so special. We had a great time here, whether it was hanging out with Sea Lions at Pier 39 or getting locked up at Alcatraz. All your support means so much to us and we're so grateful for this enthusiastic reception of our production. I just wanted to send this out before all the craziness started - we've got a lot of packing to do and I wouldn't want to go without a proper goodbye!

So, once again, good bye and thank you San Francisco - Seattle, here we come!



Anonymous said...

Getting closer and closer to Houston everyday...even though you guys are coming in January! Still can't wait!!


Martha said...

We loved having you, and those of us who saw the show multiple times in SF are really going to miss you!! Break a leg in Seattle, and I look forward to seeing you again in L.A. (road trip!!)

Corellianjedi2 said...

Can't wait to see you guys in the Northwest! :)

Miss H. said...

I can't speak for EVERYONE in the Bay Area, but I know that I have really enjoyed seeing your show multiple times and wish everyone in the touring cast the VERY BEST!!! My friends and I would definitely love to see Spring Awakening return to SF in the future!!!

Cathy said...

Thank you all for your amazing performances!! I hope you all loved SF as much as we loved you! I watched the show on stage and in the audience, and both were such amazing experiences. Have a great time on tour, and come back soon!

Anonymous said...

I hope you guys had fun out here in SF. It was the first time I watched the show and I instantly got hooked. I'm glad that I was able to watch on stage, as it was an amazing and once in a lifetime experience. You will all be missed!! Thank you so much.

Alexis said...

You all delivered amazing performances, and I loved every minute of the show! My friend and I got to sit onstage for one of your performances, and that was such a cool experience! I got to see you all briefly as you were exiting the theater, and wanted to thank you for being so kind and gracious. Have fun in Seattle!! I'm planning to catch your show again when you come back to California, and this time I am bringing more friends so they can see what wonderful performers you all are!

Sam said...

You're welcome Ben!

-Vista, NY

spiffster said...

We are heartbroken that you're gone! I hope you enjoyed your time in SF. Thank you for bringing your amazing show to Northern CA. Please know that you will be missed. P.S. Still holding out hope that the tour continues for a second season and comes to Sacramento! A girl can dream, right? :)

Anonymous said...

You will be deeply missed.....you are all so talented and me and my friends feel so lucky to have seen you perform! Thank you so much for coming to san fran and we hope to see you here again soon!!!! enjoy the pooh bear!

ada said...

we'll miss you! :D you guys are awesome and i'll be sure to keep watching your videos and blog. keep it up, everyone!

have fun in seattle and everywhere else! ♥

...also p.s. i'm sorry for being such a general idiot at stagedoor (esp. to blake bashoff srysrysry). of course, i hope you'll never know who i am, just. yeah. :| okay i am shutting up now sdjkfhskjdf.

R. Dickey said...

I went to the closing performance in S.F. I thought the show was fantastic! What really inspired me was how many young people were in the audience. I was sitting next to three seventeen year old kids who were hanging on every word and cheering after every song. This show is turing a whole new generation into theatre lovers! Keep up the good work!

scott said...

A bit tardy but I just discovered this site. I saw your show twice in San Diego. As a seasoned Theater goer I can honestly say only once before have I been so moved by the combination of the music, the words and their interpretation. The line "I shall read all their dreams to the stars" may be the most powerful line I have ever heard, esp to those of us who have lost friends. Sitting next to me in San Diego was a gentleman who at intermission informed me he had seen the show 85 times (he was from NYC. Some spell you all have.
Wish I could have seen the show years ago at LaJolla in its infancy. I have never written on or to a blog..don't even know if you guys read this...but if you do..thank you for your collective performance. And as you get older you will appreciate even more what you are now a part of. Safe travels.

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Good bye, be well have a nice life and we will be here expenting for you return.

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