My fiancé and I met across a crowded room, which was the perfect meeting in regards to the theatre. I was attending a local community theatre show to support some of my friends. During the play, I continually watched this man and thought that he looked familiar. Yet, when I read his bio in the playbill, I saw that it was his first appearance in the local theatre. After the show, as I gave support to my friends in the production, this man stood there and watched me. He picked me out from everyone in the theatre and introduced himself to me. A month later, we met up again for auditions for the upcoming spring production. We were both cast together in the show. We seemed an unlikely pair at first, but we found ourselves rushing to rehearsals and not wanting leave at the end of the night. We spent hours after nightly rehearsals just talking. What was a good friendship began to blossom into much more. By the end of the summer, my fiancé had conned me into going back to that local theatre to "help" out a friend with some stage lighting. I was reluctant to go because it was late at night. However, when we arrived at the theatre and started to walk down the aisle, there was a spotlight center stage with a stack of crackerjack boxes. My fiancé said that if he found the right crackerjack box, he might find the right ring. As we made it to the stage, he told me how we had first met in this theatre and how he wanted to come back here to propose. He got down on one knee and asked me to marry him. In this small-town community theatre where we got engaged, we will also be married center stage in our own "production" of our wedding.