Waiting in line at the bank today, one woman spots somebody else she knows and they have a mini-reunion. I don’t catch the names but it’s not long before I hear #1 say to #2, “Are you still doing any theatre or music?”
My ears perk up. Theatre? I suppose they coud mean musical theatre.
#2 replies, among other things, “Right now I’m working with the Burlington Players…”
I pull out my phone and google the 2013-2014 for the Burlington Players to see if there’s any Shakespeare on the bill, giving me a wide open excuse to invite myself into the conversation (and look like a complete stalker).
Alas there is not. 39 Steps. Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Although I do spot (later) that their teen program did something called “Reviving Ophelia.”
<shrug> That’s the kind of geekery I do for you folks. I smell even the hint of something Shakespeare to talk about and I’m all over it. 😉
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