'A Midsummer Nigh's Dream' (Jan 28 - Feb 26)

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'A Midsummer Nigh's Dream' (Jan 28 - Feb 26)

Post by Ashanti » Thu Jan 13, 2011 1:13 am

Hey Everybody!

So, even though I had already mentioned about this in the 'Hapgood' Thread, I thought I would start a separate one for it now that Keith has released the info himself, just in case there is still someone on this Board who doesn't get his general emails regarding new projects.

He'll be playing the role of Egeus in 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' at the Denver Center Company from January 28 through February 26.
Click on the link above for synopsis and to purchase tickets; in the event anybody does want to addend, I would advice to secure your seat(s) asap, this Company and the shows it stages are very popular and tickets usually tend to run in short supply very quickly...just saying! :wink:
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Re: 'A Midsummer Nigh's Dream' (Jan 28 - Feb 26)

Post by shione123 » Thu Jan 13, 2011 7:10 am

Thanks again! :)

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Re: 'A Midsummer Nigh's Dream' (Jan 28 - Feb 26)

Post by michael elizabeth » Thu Jan 13, 2011 2:36 pm

Thank you, Ashanti! :cheek:

Did anyone else receive the general email? I usually receive one but did not this time.

I'm sure glad we have you, Ashanti. :D

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Re: 'A Midsummer Nigh's Dream' (Jan 28 - Feb 26)

Post by Ashanti » Thu Jan 13, 2011 9:08 pm

^^^
You're welcome ladies, any time! :D
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Re: 'A Midsummer Nigh's Dream' (Jan 28 - Feb 26)

Post by sprinkles » Mon Jan 17, 2011 2:13 am

I got the E-mail I wish it was in NYC but it is all the way in Denver. Oh well maybe next time. :D
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Re: 'A Midsummer Nigh's Dream' (Jan 28 - Feb 26)

Post by mare_serenitatis » Mon Jan 17, 2011 4:33 pm

wow! did you notice that this is a generation change? So far Keith always played the young hero and now he's playing the heroine's dad!

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Re: 'A Midsummer Nigh's Dream' (Jan 28 - Feb 26)

Post by michael elizabeth » Mon Jan 17, 2011 8:27 pm

mare_serenitatis wrote:wow! did you notice that this is a generation change? So far Keith always played the young hero and now he's playing the heroine's dad!
*sniff* :( I'm so proud. *sniff* Our actor fella is growing up. :P

:rollin:

Where have you been, young lady! :D

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Re: 'A Midsummer Nigh's Dream' (Jan 28 - Feb 26)

Post by Ashanti » Mon Jan 17, 2011 11:34 pm

You're right Mare, it is indeed a generation change, but I guess that's all part of life!
After all, one cannot stay young (or play the young roles) forever, so is gonna be interesting to see how our Actor Fella deals with this new challenge...given his talent and versatility, I guess he'll do just great. :D
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Re: 'A Midsummer Nigh's Dream' (Jan 28 - Feb 26)

Post by mare_serenitatis » Thu Jan 20, 2011 4:06 pm

I'm sorry, ME I was a bit busy over the holidays and afterwards I got a mean lumbago so that I only commuted between my bed and my office without going online. Last week we had a flood and next week my brother will marry (at the tender age of 45 LOL) and so everything is kindof chaotic here atm.

(funny trivia: in German we call a lumbago a witches-shot. People used to believe that the pain is caused by getting hit with an invisible arrow by a witch. My old doctor used to claim it's caused by Cupid taking a bad aim :mrgreen: That would explain why I am still single, heehee)

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Re: 'A Midsummer Nigh's Dream' (Jan 28 - Feb 26)

Post by King'sChild » Fri Jan 21, 2011 4:40 pm

Hi ME, I got the E-mail, too!
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Re: 'A Midsummer Nigh's Dream' (Jan 28 - Feb 26)

Post by King'sChild » Fri Jan 21, 2011 4:44 pm

To all fans:
Look at his homepage! There You find the info about his work in Denver!
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Re: 'A Midsummer Nigh's Dream' (Jan 28 - Feb 26)

Post by michael elizabeth » Fri Jan 21, 2011 11:05 pm

Thank you, Kingschild!

Hello ,to you . :D :rose:

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Re: 'A Midsummer Nigh's Dream' (Jan 28 - Feb 26)

Post by Ashanti » Sat Feb 05, 2011 1:32 am

Hi y'all!

Here's a link to something you guys may like to watch; 'A Midsummer Night's Dream - 10 Minutes to Curtain
Our Actor Fella appears on the right hand sire of the screen in the first few seconds of the clip...be careful not to blink or you might miss him! :lol:

Enjoy! :D
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Re: 'A Midsummer Nigh's Dream' (Jan 28 - Feb 26)

Post by sprinkles » Mon Feb 07, 2011 12:54 am

Thanks Ashanti it was great to see him for a hot second, Lol!!! if only he spoke Lol!!!!

By the way I hated seeing the snow, I am so sick of it now SNOWSNOWSNOWSNOW, how I'll be glad to see the end of that messy stuff. :rolleyes:
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Re: 'A Midsummer Nigh's Dream' (Jan 28 - Feb 26)

Post by Ashanti » Mon Feb 07, 2011 11:40 pm

^^^
You're welcome sis!
Yeah it would be great if he spoke, but hey, batter than nothing right?! :wink:

As for the annoying white stuff; we have not seen any here for quite a while (hope I haven't jinks it now :rolleyes:) but I appreciate where you're coming from tho, hope you guys see the end of it very very soon indeed. :D
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