I am going to see this production of Faust this evening. It will be the second time I have seen it; the first time I was just amazed and thrilled by the sheer theatricality and imagination of what was being achieved in a warehouse scheduled for demolition in the East End of London. I just had to see it again, so I am very excited. It's interactive theatre; you are taken to one of four various floors in an old, creaking elevator and left there to make your own way around - you can find the actors and follow them, or just wander through disused offices, chemical labs, pine forests laden with snow, cornfields.... I did the latter last time; this time I want to follow the performance more. The audience don masks before entering the show, and so the whole evening is imbued with a sense of nightmare and unreality. It's great.
And then there's a hoe-down in the bar afterwards. Yee-hah!
I am feeling remarkably cheery today and I wondered in a comment on my last post whether it is due to my D supplements kicking in. Probably too soon to say, but it's a good feeling none-the-less.
Since I won't be at P's until late, and no plans to eat out on the way to the show, I have got all today's food planned out, and two boxes of salad to keep me going after the massive lunch I am eating.
And I am, I am proud to say, finally at 100% of vitamins! A single hardboiled whole egg was enough to bump me up to 99% on B12, and that's good enough for me (though I will think about supplementing - all the B's, or just B1 and B12 if possible because they are the ones I end up lower than the DRI on). I won't be eating a whole egg every day, but it was a useful discovery if the information that CoM relies on is correct.