March’s featured ‘book’ is the program from the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s production of Othello, which I went and saw last month with my mother and father. 🙂
The program features synopses of this season’s plays as well as insight into how they are being staged. There are also cast profiles and general information about things to do and see in Ashland♥.
The actors’ performances were spectacular, the set featured very fancy updated/high tech designs and the background music was incredible.
I used to work at the theatre part time when I was in high school, so I was lucky to attend many of the shows at that time. It was exciting to revisit the theatre and see how the festival has grown and continued to improve with the passing years!!
Please enjoy looking at March’s book while having your hair colored or permed!
私は幼かった時から、バレエが好きで、バレエ教室に通っていました 🙂 松江でそのような有名なバレエを見れて本当に満足でした♡
September’s featured ‘book’ is the program from The Tokyo Ballet’s production of The Sleeping Beauty, which I went and saw last week at the Shimane Civic Center. 🙂
The program has an excellent description of the ballet’s story, as well as profiles of the main characters.
There are also lovely photos of the cast in their beautiful costumes!!
The performance was very enjoyable and featured the original choreography by Marius Petipa ; however, the ballet was abridged so that children could enjoy it, and there were even brief moments of comical narration. 😆
Since I have studied ballet from a young age, I was very happy to be able to attend this special performance in Matsue. ♡
Please enjoy looking at September’s books while having your hair colored or permed!