Under Milkwood

The final reading in the Forum Series organized by Geraint Wynn Davies had nothing to do with the theme of the Form or with Shakespeare, but a lot to do with Wynn Davies’ Welsh heritage. He wanted to do this, so he did! 

And we are so happy that he did. It was a delightful evening. The reading was poetic, but not serious, so we could all enjoy the words and the visions  of the place and the people. In fact, it was very funny, as the readers joked with each other and let us all have a good time. 


About cathyriggall

Theatre junkie, who thinks live theatre is the ultimate form of living on the edge. You never know what will happen when an actor steps on the stage.
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One Response to Under Milkwood

  1. keithhpotter says:

    We rushed back from our second visit to the Shaw Festival at NotL for this, and it was worth the rush.
    A relaxed and fun evening that makes me think I could try again to listen to (not read) Ulysses – the same kind of delight in language that’s meant for aural appreciation.

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