Saw “The Taming of the Shrew” at the Globe this evening, accompanied by Joan McGavin.
What. A. Fantastic. Production. Self can’t even.
The setting was modernized to Ireland, 1916, and the Irish music was so lively and helped keep up the tempo of the production.
The actress who usually plays the lead was “indisposed,” so the role of Catherine/Kat was played by the understudy. Who was terrific.
At the intermission, self went outside to look at the view.
There was a stiff wind.
Good thing she remembered the Sylvain Landry Photo prompt this week: WIND.
Stay tuned, dear blog readers. Stay tuned.
2 responses to “WIND: Sylvain Landry – Week 46”
Nice shot stunning story
I’d never have taken that shot if I hadn’t been thinking of SL-46: WIND. Thank you.
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