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June 25, 2012


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Lucas is performing in Richard III starting next week, and so I've been thinking about doing this listening/reading thing to prepare, so I have an idea about the plot. It's a Shakespeare in the Park thing, and sometimes the acoustics aren't so hot.

Really loved the Lu Burke piece, and can't wait for Sullivan's book. Thanks, Sue!

I remember thinking, "something terrible must be just around the corner" when I read Passage to India, too. But I won't spoil it for you!

Adrienne, I love prepping for a play this way. A local group is doing Romeo & Juliet in a couple of weeks (also in a park), so that one might be next.

Michelle, there is one scene in Pulphead that I could not quit laughing over. I can't wait til you read it.

Mom&K, ooh, I look forward to that. When I finish the book, I'll watch the movie on DVD.

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