Category Archives: Chicago Associates of the Stratford Festival

‘Sunday Evening’ with Zlatomir

Sometimes you just have to get out of that box. We did so by deciding to see our first Bulgarian play: Sunday Evening, written by Zachary Karabashliev and directed by someone we know, Zlatomir Moldovanski. Zlatomir is an actor and … Continue reading

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O Canada!

It is wonderful getting away. We started out our journey but cutting the eight hour car journey in half by staying with friends, our good friends with a lake home near Ann Arbor, Michigan. For the past few years, we … Continue reading

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Chicago Associates of the Stratford Festival Gala Event 2017

My alerts all said that we had frost, that it had hit thirty-two degrees or less. I still have not put away the pools for the little ones; they had small amounts of ice on them. The grass was frosted … Continue reading

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Monsoon rains in November with many leaves still green

In a little while, we are hosting a preparation meeting for the Chicago Associates of the Stratford Festival. We have assembly-line things to do in preparation for the Tuesday Event at Kendall College. Our goal is to fundraise and be … Continue reading

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