Solelim Peulat Erev: Warmth on a Wet Day
Monday night, in the middle of heavy rain, Solelim was inside in their decorated moadon playing drama games and listening to some good music. The whole edah chanted the theater vocal warm-up: One hen; two ducks; three squawking geese; four Limerick oysters; five corpulent porpoises; six pairs of Don Alversos tweezers; 7,000 Macedonians in full battle array; eight brass monkeys from the ancient sacred crypts of Egypt; nine apathetic, sympathetic, diabetic old men on roller skates with a marked propensity toward procrastination and sloth; 10 lyrical, spherical, diabolical denizens of the deep who all stall around the corner of the quo of the quay of the quivery, all at the same time. Many campers got big laughs while playing the comedic game Odd Object, in which you have to mime using an everyday object in a different way from usual. We finished up with a dance party, including an impromptue reprise of our edah's Shabbat dance, that many of the campers helped choreograph. All in all, a great end to our day.