a couple of weeks ago we were able to see RSC's "macbeth." holy powerful.
it started with cellos in the dark. there were big booming echoes of doors closing throughout the entire play, the acting was incredible, the "witches" came down from the sky and moved when we all thought they were "fake." seriously such a great production.
last night i saw my last play: "a midsummer's night dream." it started slow and dark, but we spent the majority of the play laughing, squirming, and screaming with glee. hilarious.
i've never seen such comedy in my life before.
i'm trying to keep both plays permanently in my head and body forever more. this is what i'll remember, not the stress i had about this final paper.
i'll miss walking the town and eating dinner with friends before the show.
i'll miss hearing everyone analyze the play afterward.
oh, how i've loved all of my theater experiences here.
i'd have to say my favorite three were:
1. a midsummer night's dream
3. much ado about nothing
sigh. goodbye stratford-upon-avon.