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    Ahoy micechatters,I have the honor of directing forthwith Redlands Shakespeare Festival and this year we are presenting Two Gentlemen of Verona as a pirate musical. We opened last Saturday night to a lively crowd of 1200 who laughed and cheered and clapped along to our musical number "We Want the Redhead!" I know my fellow Disneyphiles will get a kick out of the show. Admission is free in the outdoor amphitheatre, so bring a picnic, bottle of wine, and enjoy the 30+ performers singing, sword fighting, and "arr "ing their way through Shakespeare's first comedy. Performances begin at 8 Friday may 18th, Thursday May 24th, and Sunday May 27th at the Redlands Bowl. For those of you who like your Shakespeare more classical, the Festival is rounding out its 8th season with Much Ado About Nothing and Richard III. Show schedules can be found at redlandsshakespearefestival.com. I originally posted this in the theater section, but I know that section is rarely seen.

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    Women, they make the highs higher and the lows more frequent.

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