Apr. 30th, 2009

trowa_barton101: (Ossoli on stage)
Still trying to keep my health in decent shape. Tuesday night was my first exposure to Claratin as a precautionary measure against pollen. (I still have flashbacks of that allergy test in which a scratch of oak caused almost my entire arm to swell.)
Now, I'm a little congested, probably due to the weather. Will be pumped full of meds for the next three performances.

The show continues to be great as I see familiar faces in the audience. And, of course, there are the late-night mobs with drinks and bar food. Come see our last 3 performances:

"The Winter’s Tale"
by William Shakespeare
Directed by Kamela J. Dolinova

Featuring live music, local musicians
Original music written by Michael Veloso

"The Winter's Tale," one of Shakespeare's late tragicomedies, explores themes of jealousy, leadership, love, and forgiveness. A jealous king nearly topples his own kingdom when he falsely accuses his queen of adultery with his childhood friend. Years later, in the pastoral landscapes of his old friend's kingdom, the seeds are planted for reunion, redemption, and rebirth.

Tragedy. Romance. Redemption. Exits pursued by Bears.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
April 23, 24, 25, 26
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
April 29, 30, May 1, 2

All shows at 8:00pm, except Sunday the 26th, a 3:00pm matinee.

$12 general/ $10 seniors & students
Ticket reservation link, or 1-888-874-7554

All performances at the Unity Church of God
6 Williams Street, at College Ave. View Map
Minutes from Davis Square
Short flight of stairs, no wheelchair access


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