Aug 26 Shakespeare in the Park
From the first notes of "Sigh No More Ladies" to the final courtly dance, Free Shakespeare in the Park Theater Company's production of Much Ado about Nothing sparkled . The production featured a combination of modern dress and simple Elizabethan garb.
Beatrice was sublime: spunky, witty, playful through 279 speeches, starting with her singing Sigh No More
companion now? He hath every month a new sworn brother.
To her final speech,
I would not deny you; but, by this good day, I yield
for I was told you were in a consumption. She sparkled.
The evesdropping scenes were phenom. The actors never noticed the skulkers kiding behind the arras.
Don't disturb the sound per.
I'm not sure what the hula hoop was meant to reprersent.
I had a blast. Free Shakespeare in the Park is one of my favorite parts of Eugene.