Yesterday’s theater

Seminar was as darkly funny and ironic as I expected. Great cast and acting. I think anyone who aspires to be a writer (or who is a reader and thus on the fringe of that crowd, like me when it comes to genre fiction) will appreciate the show. Plus, well, Alan Rickman. Playing a jaded blowhard.

Bonnie & Clyde had great music, but the screenplay lacked something for me. Was supposed to sympathize with Clyde (I think?) but never did. His brother, Buck, was the more developed and sympathetic character.

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  1. Pingback: Publishing and writing as viewed by the theater | Shuffling Through A Bookless Desert

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