Category Archives: Theatre

E-mail etiquette

Am I the only one who has noticed that often when we take the time to contact people that they don’t respond, that the only way that you might know that they have received the message is if you have … Continue reading

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Oklahoma, Samantha, and ‘Curly’

We take the grandkids to the theatre. Having missed the boat when it came to our three boys, we are happy to see that the next generation is ecstatic about plays. MK and I went to the local Marriott in … Continue reading

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‘Shipwrecked’ and Disconnected

Laura, our daughter(-in-law), got tickets for a play at New Trier, location of my job for some thirty years. The play was ‘Shipwrecked,’ something that I don’t recall even hearing about. I was surprised that the Playbill didn’t have any … Continue reading

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The Emperor’s New Clothes

Today was a Marriott Day for the grandgirls. We went to their special performance of ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes,’ which was particularly exciting since that tale is a favorite of the middle two grandkids. We were concerned that it might … Continue reading

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Sex With Strangers

We really were not sure what to expect. With a title like ‘Sex With Strangers,’ one has to wonder what one is about to encounter. What we did encounter was a two-hour play with a fifteen-minute intermission that was well … Continue reading

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