The first was The Taming of the Shrew at the Atlanta Shakespeare Tavern. Shrew is one of those shows that a lot of people hate in our politically-correct times. I’ve seen it produced many different ways. That’s one of the beauties of Shakespeare – you can take the very same words, change the intonation, and get diametrically opposing interpretations.
This production turned out to be raucous, hilarious, and one of the finest love stories I’ve seen in a long time. www.shakespearetavern.com I hope you’ll check it out. Through the end of September, they’re playing it in repertory with Two Gentlemen of Verona and A Comedy of Errors (which happens to be one of my favorites).
Then, on Sunday I saw A Chorus Line at the Aurora Theater in Lawrenceville. First, I must say I’m in absolute awe of anyone who dance that long and that hard, and make it look that effortless. I was almost reluctant to see it—I’d seen the movie and quite frankly was bored silly. But the play was something altogether different. Beautifully cast, and quite well-performed.
Then I came home to my bees and watched their daily production, choreographed by a master planner. Lovely.
BEEattitude for Day # 321:Blessed are those who work to excel at their craft, whatever it may be, for they shall be blessed with applause.
Coming Soon: a raffle, so your dog might be in my next book!
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