... took just a bit longer than planned, mainly because my husband's job duties and my various activities somehow didn't match well over the weekend so that we could have continued together.
Plus we had a music street festival in our town, including a Sunday afternoon open air picknick on the central square. All the members of the volunteer network for the refugees, and, of course, the refugees, came to share in the celebration, we had to add more and more tables - in the end it was the longest and most international table on the entire square.
Such a nice afternoon! I think it must have been one of the nicest afternoons I have had in this town, and we have lived here for 10 years now!
In the evening, finally, my husband and I got it all together. Pictues of the stages of the setup can be seen here, this is the final portrait of the supporting quilter husband, pretending at quilting:
And this the main character of the play:
Hopefully I can load a practising piece tomorrow...