Romanticism is not Dead

I attended a show given by a world-renown violinist (a prodigy, really) in a small theatre. Toward the end of the show, she surprised us all saying she had received a special request. It turned out the request was from a young man who wanted to propose a betrothal to his girlfriend. They were seated… Continue reading Romanticism is not Dead

Daily grievance and fun

“The Pain in the Neck”

I watched a play tonight called "The Pain in the Neck". ┬áIt was a comedy, of course! The two leading roles were held by seasoned actors. One of them was a depressed photographer whose wife had left him for her shrink. Joint through a communicating door, the other room is rented by a sniper (the… Continue reading “The Pain in the Neck”