ALPHABETICAL THEATRICAL MEMORIES!

I created this blog with an intention of solidifying my theatrical experiences and making them more distinct in my life. I would say it has been successful, especially for shows I have seen this year. However, I can’t say the same thing for shows in the past – and have decided to deliberately examine some of those memories, while having fun with the process. Hence, I introduce a new challenge of …

ALPHABETICAL THEATRICAL MEMORIES!

By December 31, I will have gone through the entire English alphabet to pull out a play I saw (not in 2011) that had a title beginning with the corresponding letter. Those shows, subject to change, will be:

Almost, Maine
By the Bog of Cats
Cabaret
Dear Liar
Equivocation
False Servant
Grand Hotel
Horses
Is He Dead?
John Gabriel Borkman
King Lear
Leading Ladies
Murderous Instincts
Night of the Iguana
Of The Earth (The Salt Plays: Part 1)
P
Q
Ragtime
Speaking in Tongues
Tintin
Under Milk Wood
Verona Project
War Horse
X
You Never Can Tell
Z

Let’s get started!

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About JP

Once upon a time, there was a boy from New England. He grew up with a sense of adventure, loving to travel around the Northeast region. He could always count on the presence of a Buddhist community in his family and friends. Later, those interests merged. His sense of adventure continued to grow, expanding across Europe and then back the other direction across the USA.

Posted on November 26, 2011, in Blog Challenge, Theatre. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Hey JP, I like your blog. If you’re ever looking for company for a show at Theater N, let me know! I live nearby.

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