The Woman In Black – which was completely awesome.
Chimps – not quite sure where the title came from… though it did turn into a play that spent a little time talking about racial relations. I’m not sure if the title is supposed to be offensive, or what… but there were zero actual chimps in the play. And barely any chimp-like behavior. 3 years ago
Antigone – a classic, but always bums me out because I got invited to play Antigone and thought I couldn’t do it due to moving. Well, then life changed around after they had already re-cast and I didn’t end up moving until a week after the show closed. :(
But, I could have really done a horrible injustice to the role. Maybe it was fate to save my rep!! 3 years ago
Bought a collection of 4 plays for a $1.00 at a used bookstore. I think the book is called Coastal Disturbances. For a dollar, I’ll read just about anything… bring it on. 4 years ago
I finished Our Town. I think it’s one of those plays that turns magical on the stage. But, at least I’ve read it!! Good for me. 4 years ago
I went to a used bookstore and picked up Our Town by Thorton Wilder and the Oedipus Cycle by Sophocles. It’s a trilogy. I have already read one of them (Oedipus Rex) and I think I read one (Antigone) long ago and far away. I at least know the plot. But I’m pretty sure that one still counts. The last one I know I haven’t, so it will count (once I read it!). I started out Our Town and was liking it so far. I like when plays acknowledge the audience and the fact that they are watching a stage performance.
It’s a beginning… 4 years ago