I was a little worried that I wouldn’t understand. But I was wrong about that. In fact, the performance underscored the difference between the two-sided conversation between a writer and a reader and the many-sided collaboration that makes live theater exciting and unpredictable.
My wife and I came through the doors at the last minute and were ushered to seats in the midst of what appeared to be a costume party: a dozen old friends in period costumes laughing and singing and shaking tambourines on stage while 100 other people in contemporary clothing sat and watched.
...it looked like a party.
For the best seats, order your Much Ado about Nothing tickets today!
Written by Mark Dewey, Shenandoah Press, 2.12.12
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Antony and Cleopatra
Saturday, August 29, 2015, 2:00 pm
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