G is for Great Britain

G is for Great Britain

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shakespearetroopgroupEDITOR’S BLOG

I will be shooting a small documentary this week in England, so, will not be able to post nearly as much good news as I normally do. My camera is following the English-born director of a Mount Vernon youth theater group as she takes 12 kids on a foreign exchange adventure to the town where she was born, Clacton-on-Sea. The kids cast and rehearsed the abridged version of Romeo and Juliet last week and we board a flight to London this evening. The players are marvelous young actors who will perform at the local Prince’s Theatre and attend the Globe’s production of Antony and Cleopatra in London…

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On our final day, I am taking my son, who plays Lord Capulet, on a rock and roll tour of London and Soho, with stops at famous landmarks, like Abbey Road and the Hard Rock Cafe. I may post updates here, but if I don’t, I will be back in a week and keep you up to date on the best good news happening on planet Earth. I have already uploaded eight days of On this Day in History  and will post some other stories to bring you a small lift every day.

Cheerio!

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