Is this a great looking group of kids or what? For the Fall Theatre XIV cast party we decided to forgo the possibility of being thrown out of Steak and Shake (again!) and to party in the St. Bede kitchen. I mixed up dough and prepped ingredients in the afternoon, and after the show I left my capable assistant director Megan (second from the left) in charge of shutting down the theatre and locking up while I fired up the ovens and got crusts underway. The pizza above is a Four-Cheese Tomato Top, using cherry tomatoes since they're the only ones with any flavor this time of year. But there were still garlic chives in the kitchen garden out back, so I mixed those in with the cheese. Yes, my students are very spoiled, but they deserve it! I don't think we've ever had a Fall Theatre production go so smoothly as this year: completely stress- free and not a single speed bump during performances. I may be gettng the hang of this drama director thing.
This is another pizza from the night's festivities: Broccoli Chicken with veloute sauce and swiss cheese. We also had a meat lover's, Italian Beef pizza with sauteed vegetables and provolone, a veggie special, and a couple of classic sausage-and-pepperoni. Best of all, they all pitched in and did all the dishes!
Fr. Dominic Garramone AKA