The Last Ship Reflections

As the 2014 sands of time drain out I reflect upon a recent afternoon spent witnessing my passion.

The passionate venture with the arts was the Broadway musical, The Last Ship, Sunday December 28th, my 63rd birthday.  I was blessed to attend the event at the Neil Simon Theater with my loving wife and our son. No man could have been happier or prouder than I.

The play features Sting as Jackie White along with a superb cast and a wonderful staged production. I imagine it equally challenging and rewarding for Sting to shepherd his music compositions safely out to sea.

There are many fine moments from the musical etched in my memory. These pictures from the musical capture them well.

The story is compelling as Sting’s compositions weave the tale further inside the adventurous heart.

I listen to both Sting’s “The Last Ship” Deluxe Edition CD and the original Broadway score this day. Savoring a glorious time spent with gifted artists and the theater.

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