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Category Archives: Lunario
Peter Shaffer’s Amadeus, What Legends are Made Of.
April 2nd’s production of Amadeus, by Peter Shaffer, certainly was what you would expect of a production of the National Theatre at the Lunario, and leaves you on the edge of your seat. As always, interpretation and follow through have … Continue reading
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Harold Pinter’s ,”No Man’s Land” could Be Anyone’s Land Without Precaution
“There are no hard distinctions between what is real and what is unreal, nor between what is true and what is false. A thing is not necessarily either true or false; it can be both true and false.” – Harold … Continue reading
“Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea” – Never Truer.
You always wonder what you will get when you go into a play, concert, production, any event that you know minimal amount with the hope of coming out a winner. With research, Deep Blue Sea seemed to be a introspective … Continue reading
Posted in Lunario, Uncategorized Tagged Carrie Cracknell, Deep Blue Sea, Dr. Rachela Permenter, Helen McCrory, Lunario, National Theatre, Peter Sullivan, Post-War Britain, Slippery Rock University, Stratford Festival Canada, Terrence Rattigan, Tom Burke, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf Leave a comment
Frame tale, Realer Than Real
A frame tale, a story within a story, I love it. Often Shakespeare does this among countless other strategies that draw you in, and I certainly did not see all the magical ways Shakespeare reinvented life scenarios, and humor, combined … Continue reading
Posted in Lunario, Uncategorized Tagged Ben Carlson, Brady Rudy, Deborah Hay, LKunario, Lunario, Peter Hutt, Sarah Afful, Stratford Festival, Taming of the Shrew Leave a comment
Turning, Spinning, Reeling…Life
Pericles. I never heard of this Shakespeare play, so as I was literally running with 2 minutes to spare, (yes it was one of those days, walking in Plaza Cabrera, passing by a camera crew, then stopped by a camera … Continue reading
Posted in Lunario, Uncategorized Tagged Butler County Community College, Dr. Edward Kopper, Driving Miss Daisy, Fall of Troy, Job, Lunario, Odysseus, Pericles, Plaza Cabrera, Rachela Permenter, Shakespeare, Slippery Rock University, Stratford, Stratford Festival, Tempest, The 12th Night Leave a comment
When you see a version of Hamlet that leaves you wanting for more, the one that is spectacular is even more spectacular. Such was the case with Stratford Festival’s Hamlet at the Lunario on the Fourth of July. In the … Continue reading
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Puck is Alive and Well…in 2016…
Lunario’s As You Like It – never read this Shakespeare comedy, knew next to nothing. Maybe even less that than. Fine. If the day was any indication – then maybe the night and the play from the London National Theatre … Continue reading