tlaird at satx.rr.com
Fri Oct 25 05:38:51 PDT 2002
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After many very kind words regarding the performance of "Much Ado About
Nothing", Countess Margaret said:
>> "Oh, those magnificent voices pouring down off the stage!!"
You obviously weren't listening during my singing debut, were you Maggie?
>> "I'll echo the sentiments of another who has posted on this list. Your
>> production compares well with the semi-professional productions I have
>> at Dallas' Shakespeare in the Park (of which I am a patron) for the past
>> several years. What you produced on no budget at all was amazing. Oh my
>> what your troupe could do with their budget - it would put them to
>> "Please, please, please present it again!! Pretty please?"
Thank you very much for your kind words, Maggie, and all of you who have
posted to various lists regarding the play. As one
for the producers of The Barons Men, I can assure you that we will perform
the play again in the near future - we just need
to work out some logistics. Please look for an announcement soon.
I would also like to publicly thank the director of the play, Master Eule
von Haginbald who conceived the experience, designed the stage, edited the
script and directed the play. Without his vision and enthusiasm, this play
would not have happened. Thanks, Eule!
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