The Colorado Girl Diary II Day 20

I’m pumped regarding The Colorado Girl Musical. The effects on our Downtown group of singers and dancers will be immense. I love the history of music and dance. We have the perfect group of performers and artists to “pull this off.” The musical intensity from an endless parade of song and dance will be beyond anyone’s imagination. Though it will be difficult, it will not be impossible nor real work. Life is music because it is just plain fun. Learning a new piano piece, composing a simple tune or an ad lib scene is not beyond our scope within Downtown’s capabilities. I began singing the Austrian Waltz to Fanny and she just loved the song and dance. We may need to tweak some of the lyrics; but having a great orchestral opening followed by a simple string quartet playing (while dancing and singing) is musical artistry. Our talents will have a superb chance to reveal themselves on stage and through recordings. I cannot wait; but must find the time to perform the songs, film the event and compose the music. The libretto is already underway and I’m certain will be improved by someone with Hollywood credits. I love it!

There are many venues to have the musical begin in Colorado. The theatre district on Santa Fe in Denver, Colorado is a well attended artsy world. We have the new Silverthorne, Dillon and Breckenridge theatres at our doorstep in Summit County, Colorado. There is tremendous support for the arts in our rural Colorado county. Many skiers who live here only during the cozy winter months support the arts year round. Some elegant residents demand the arts within our county; and want it comparable to large city arts such as Denver, Houston, Los Angeles or New York City. I cannot wait until we reveal the final product. I know many of the county’s residents, and have faith they will support The Colorado Girl Musical. During the musical I’ll “let it all out” along with our Downtown (twenty-something song/dance group).  Musically, it will be the most fun a young adult gal could ever imagine. I’m staying in tune as I write and sing.

Verse 4 (Waltz)

I will be thankful for love, family and outdoor life.

I have the very best friends, daily job and social peers.

I want to be at peace, love my friends and cherish the family.

I can ski with anyone, fish the streams and kayak for fun.

Chorus (duet): (Need to maintain the waltz theme).

Join us for a “Life of Love, Happy Neighborhood, friends forever.”

Don’t Ever “Turn Your Back, On a Friend, or Someone in Need.”

Do The “Good Things in Life, Enjoy Your Friends, and Your Family.”

Allow “Colorado, Your True Love and The Mountain Skyscrapers to Embellish You!”

Verse 5 (Waltz)

I can hide behind the sun setting, mountain range and enjoy the day.

I will never leave a friend, hurt anyone, nor not help poverty.

The world needs me all the time, for everyone and I’m loving life.

I can compose the best mountain waltz, songs with meaning and dance away.

Chorus (duet): (Need to maintain the waltz theme).

Join us for a “Life of Love, Happy Neighborhood, friends forever.”

Don’t Ever “Turn Your Back, On a Friend, or Someone in Need.”

Do The “Good Things in Life, Enjoy Your Friends, and Your Family.”

Allow “Colorado, Your True Love and The Mountain Skyscrapers to Embellish You!”