Singing Loudly: Shakespeare in the Park

Singing Loudly

Sunday, April 17, 2005

Shakespeare in the Park

It's that time of the year again when everyone heads out to the park in their local area to watch aspiring or established thespians perform various plays written by Shakespeare. This year the Dallas Shakespeare Festival decided to start the season with a play derived from Shakespeare: Tom Stoppard's Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead.

I really enjoyed the play and hope that a lot of people will go out to see this one. Last night was a beautiful night for a play and the actors seemed to really be on. Plus Stoppard is a genius, so I wouldn't want to miss one of his plays for anything.

If I get the time today, then I will write a more comprehensive review.


Hello Curtis,

Thank you so much for coming out to see, and letting everyone know that you enjoyed, the RTI/ShakesFest production of 'R&G'...we hope everyone will come out and see it as well, and it's terrific 'word of mouth' like this that helps that happen!

All the best,
Marianne Galloway
Artistic Director
Risk Theater Initiative

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:28 PM, April 20, 2005  

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