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Day Five in Stratford and Mother’s Daughter by Kate Hennig

We got up as usual for our 8:30 AM breakfast at the Three Houses and then went out with our friends to a seminar that included a discussion of Nathan the Wise, that we had seen the previous evening. It … Continue reading

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Day Four in Stratford: Nathan the Wise and Henry VIII

« I don’t believe we ever lose the supersitions of our race. We drink them in with our mother’s milk, and we may mock them but they are bred into our bones. » — Knight Templar in Nathan the Wise This is … Continue reading

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Footloose at the Marriott Lincolnshire

The Arts! What would we do without them? On the other hand, despite my love for the Arts, it is clear that not everyone appreciates them in the same way. There are certainly those who don’t feel the need for … Continue reading

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The Producers

Years ago, I was absolutely spellbound by Zero Mostel and Gene Wilder in The Producers. It was written and directed by Mel Brooks. I loved it. Since then, I am pretty sure I have seen it again, and again loved … Continue reading

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The Paramount

Last week we were supposed to go see The Producers in Aurora, Illinois. Now Aurora is famous for the massacre that took place a bit ago. Anyway, we canceled our theatre moment since our son and his wife were both … Continue reading

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