Category Archives: Canada

Thoughts of Stratford, 2022

  The more I think about it, the less likely I think it is to happen. It has been a few years since we have been to Canada, much less Stratford. It is questionable whether or not we shall be … Continue reading

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Day 124 of the Pandemic, it ain’t over, the Stratford Festival and Charlie

I just finished my morning routine of flexibility exercises and of opening the house and airing it out. I only did two of the levels as the upper one has people, even kids, still sleeping. It is gray and the … Continue reading

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Day Seven in Stratford…do we have to leave?

We had a nice beginning to the day with breakfast and conversation and then went to the Art in the Park between the under construction Tom Patterson Theatre and the Festival Theatre. We saw Donna Feore, director of the Little … Continue reading

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Day Six in Stratford and my favorite play thus far: Birds of a Kind

We started out the day with breakfast and then we went to the Festival Theatre for a meeting at 11:00 AM with Christine Seip, a meeting involving friendship and our connection with the Chicago Associates of the Stratford Festival. We … Continue reading

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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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