Comments on: A terrific and enjoyably intense first full day http://shakespeareontheroad.com/a-terrific-and-enjoyably-intense-first-full-day/ celebrate William Shakespeare’s 450th birthday on a road trip to 14 Shakespeare festivals all around North America in one remarkable summer Fri, 22 Aug 2014 20:58:47 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.9 By: Phil Watkins http://shakespeareontheroad.com/a-terrific-and-enjoyably-intense-first-full-day/#comment-12 Mon, 07 Jul 2014 22:07:47 +0000 http://shakespeareontheroad.com/?p=266#comment-12 So much fun to get a chance to meet & speak with you, Paul. Oh, and Paul as well!

Catherine & I were delighted to visit with you over the intermission, and happy we didn’t run you off. Kansas City is privileged to have you here at the start of your tour around the US.

I’ve alerted a friend who lives near Winedale, TX that you’ll be coming through there. I’m hoping he & his wife will come out to their production when you’re visiting.

Looking very much forward to hearing more about the tour, how things are going on the road, and your general impression of touring through the States.

And more photos!

cheers!

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By: Sidonie http://shakespeareontheroad.com/a-terrific-and-enjoyably-intense-first-full-day/#comment-11 Mon, 07 Jul 2014 19:58:27 +0000 http://shakespeareontheroad.com/?p=266#comment-11 Our entire company thoroughly enjoyed every moment of your visit with us! On behalf of a grateful Board of Directors, production designers, cast, crew and teen Shakespeare actors, THANK YOU from the bottom of our hearts. Your enthusiasm for Shakespeare and your epic project and journey infused our final weekend of performances with extra joyand helped to hold us aloft! We hold you in our hearts here in the heart of the US. Kansas City looks forward to your next visit. We will be eagerly following your adventures. We are so glad to be part of SHAKESPEARE ON THE ROAD! “VWP” of you to include us, we say. ;-)

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By: Nathan Bovos http://shakespeareontheroad.com/a-terrific-and-enjoyably-intense-first-full-day/#comment-10 Mon, 07 Jul 2014 19:40:24 +0000 http://shakespeareontheroad.com/?p=266#comment-10 Paul , we miss you all already. I would like to add to your wonderful piece on the openness that the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival park gives our patrons each year. As we were talking about last night, mid westerners while kind and inviting, do enjoy their space. This festival is one of those few times I feel where Kansas Citians, so used to the wide gaps of space love, to cram in together, blankets intertwined, and sit elbow to elbow and enjoy the best summer tradition our city has to offer. It always feels like a big family reunion.

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By: Janet http://shakespeareontheroad.com/a-terrific-and-enjoyably-intense-first-full-day/#comment-9 Mon, 07 Jul 2014 17:16:55 +0000 http://shakespeareontheroad.com/?p=266#comment-9 Harlem is northern Manhattan and about 20 minutes from my house. Schedule says 10-14 Aug, so just let me know when & where. If not, I can probably work on another site. Just let me know. I sent you my cell #.

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By: Paul Prescott http://shakespeareontheroad.com/a-terrific-and-enjoyably-intense-first-full-day/#comment-8 Mon, 07 Jul 2014 15:48:08 +0000 http://shakespeareontheroad.com/?p=266#comment-8 JC! lovely to hear from you – can we coincide somewhere on the road?

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By: Paul Prescott http://shakespeareontheroad.com/a-terrific-and-enjoyably-intense-first-full-day/#comment-7 Mon, 07 Jul 2014 15:47:17 +0000 http://shakespeareontheroad.com/?p=266#comment-7 Thanks so much Jinny – hardy (and kind) folk indeed! Do stay in touch.

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By: Jinny Webber http://shakespeareontheroad.com/a-terrific-and-enjoyably-intense-first-full-day/#comment-5 Mon, 07 Jul 2014 06:06:11 +0000 http://shakespeareontheroad.com/?p=266#comment-5 Loved your description of the effect of the weather on the production: hardy folk in that audience. I enjoy following you all on your grand Shakespeare adventure!

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By: Janet http://shakespeareontheroad.com/a-terrific-and-enjoyably-intense-first-full-day/#comment-4 Sun, 06 Jul 2014 22:58:48 +0000 http://shakespeareontheroad.com/?p=266#comment-4 I spent this day, immersing myself in the goals & purposes of this venture. WIN is my favorite play and I’ve always found open-air productions highlight notes in the play that may be lost indoors. To have Mother Nature on the Sound/Special Effects crew was certainly lucky. I look forward to additional insights duuring your “progress.”

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