As I declared last week, it’s officially spooky season so it was only appropriate I spent the first weekend of the month with a scary (good) show!
I was lucky enough to snag a ticket to Jekyll & Hyde at Prima Theatre, and the thriller is the perfect production to celebrate the scariest month of the year.
Prima gives the classic tale a sexy spin and the show is evocative and boundary-pushing — and honestly, I wouldn’t expect anything else from them.
The Theatre is known for bringing a unique and modern feel to Lancaster’s arts community, and I love the risks they take.
The entire experience is immersive and intimate which makes the performance even more hard-hitting.
All of the actors in the production are wickedly talented (sorry, I had to!), but Jekyll and Hyde himself (Randy Jeter) gives such an engaging performance through his two characters that it’s really hard to remember you’re in Lancaster and not in a Broadway theater. This is definitely not your classic musical, but it’s absolutely worth seeing!
But Saturday wasn’t all things doom and gloom. It was actually a pretty uplifting night!
WPN just launched their #Influence4Impact initiative, encouraging everyone to use their social influence and impact with intention, genuineness, and heart.
You’re not just posting a photo or streaming a video, you’re sharing an experience and feeling — so what feelings and experiences are you inspiring? It’s definitely something to think about before you hashtag your heart away.
Learn more about #Influence4Impact on Wild Precious Now.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Central PA has an amazing community of bloggers and influencers (both men and women) who are focused on #CommunityOverCompetition and support each other.
Each profile comes with their own personality, focus and strengths, and it’s amazing to see how we can all use these characteristics to celebrate one another and build each other up. It’s very Golden-Girlsy and I love it!
#TeamSB loves to not only celebrate our Central PA home, but also the people that make it so wonderful and we love opportunities like these to connect and encourage!