Day 2459: The Greatest Theatrical Event Ever

While I would like to think that my first Fringe show — “Group ‘Therapy’ with Ann” — was the greatest theatrical event ever, a different show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival is making a claim for that distinction, as you can see:

Even if my Fringe show was not the greatest theatrical event ever, it still went very, very well. Thirteen people showed up and seemed to get a lot out of it. I got permission from the participants for my son Aaron to tape the two original songs I performed. Here and here are two of the greatest musical events ever on YouTube:

Are these my greatest pictures ever?

Five of those photos were taken by the greatest family event ever … my son, Aaron!

I’m looking forward to the greatest comments ever.

The greatest thanks ever to all those who helped me create this post  — including the cast and creators of “The Greatest Theatrical Event (in this place at this time for this price) EVER!” — and the greatest thanks ever to the greatest readers ever: YOU!

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42 thoughts on “Day 2459: The Greatest Theatrical Event Ever

  1. Joe Janes

    Thanks for coming to the show. Seeing your smiling face in the audience was the greatest!

  2. How wonderful, and this is a huge accomplishment! Don’t forget that people tried to steal ‘the greatest show on earth’ from tingling brothers ! Bravo to you!

  3. Love your songs Ann!! It looked like fun. Congratulations on your first Fringe Show 👑

  4. Kelly Haran

    Ann – I really enjoyed Group Therapy and your ukulele songs!! You definitely need more days in Fringe 2020. Thank you very much for coming to our show. Your support and laughter is much appreciated. Also – It’s fun for us to see these photos – Thank You!!
    Kelly

  5. Debbie T

    Bravo!

  6. Looks so much fun

  7. Yours are the two greatest Fringe videos I’ve ever seen, and I’m so glad your show went well and that people sang along with “Triggers”.

  8. Congratulations with your first Fringe Event, dear Ann 🙂
    I’m happy to hear your songs too. Now you need to prepare yourself for next year.

  9. Looks like the greatest smiles ever! Such fun! I’m sure everyone needed therapy surviving the collision of the Titanic with that soft looking iceberg.
    I’m glad you were there to provide support. Bravo!

  10. Your greatest photo ever is the one of you posing in front of your own poster, which is hanging in a window. I am sure that you ran the greatest group therapy session ever at The Fringe, too. I am delighted for you.

  11. puella33

    Congratulations,! I love the songs, there’s a lot of truth to them.

  12. It may not have been able to claim the title of The Greatest Theatrical Event…..ever, but I’m willing to bet that you had the Greatest Fun ever. So glad that it went well, and that you, your son, and the audience enjoyed it. Hope you have a chance to do a bit of sightseeing before you have to leave Edinburgh.

    • This may not be able to claim the title of The Greatest WordPress Comment Ever, Peter, but I still loved it. Many thanks!

  13. Looks like the greatest time was had by all, Ann! Delighted that you’re making these memories….

  14. Congratulations on adding your touch to that wonderful fest, Ann. Bravo. Bravissimo.

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  16. I loved hearing your songs again–and it sounded like people were joining in! Great group therapy!!! I hope you like the way it went.

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  18. I love your songs, and as far as I’m concerned, you are the “greatest” for your willingness and I’d say courage to put yourself out there. I literally grin reading about it! You deserve a very hearty congratulations!

  19. niasunset

    Congratulations, I loved too, you are great all, Thank you, Love, nia

  20. I came across this while trying to just stay out of the way during cleanup after a major storm. I want to help, but since we have no major damage anything I say or do just seems to make people angry. So… I love both the songs, They got the message across and made me laugh — both needed right now.

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