Monthly Archives: March 2008

Review: Shakespeare’s Dog by Rick Chafe

I liked this production a lot. It is fun, complex, has a beautiful, functional set lighting effects and costumes, and some wonderful performances. Aside from the superb technical aspects, the plays works on two levels: the dog plot, and the … Continue reading

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the builders

In ancient caves eons past the hunt was crayoned onto walls in elegant soft coloured stone on stone the glorious drama of their lives In ancient pyramids millennia past kings and pharaohs lay entombed as gods the epic stories of … Continue reading

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Jay-Gee closes

We walked down the almost empty main street in bright cold March sunshine bare pavement rimmed by bulging snowbanks we stepped over one opalescent ice stream that made this patch of concrete treacherous The silence was Shakespearian no birds in … Continue reading

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