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Tuesday, December 9, 2008

I stumbled across this fascinating stage constructed between two houses in Nashville, Indiana. No perspective for size in the photo but it was about 15 feet wide by 5 feet tall. I had the feeling from the artwork that it was perhaps the work of young thespians...but incredibly creative thespians they were. Perhaps Shakespeare learned his craft on a stage similar to this. Oh to be a child again and to see the word as bright colors, secret passages and winding alleyways. I'm going back next summer, buy a front row ticket and gleefully cheer on the future bards before they move up to Stratford-upon-Avon.

4 comments:

Killerwit said...

I dug you're contribution to PPP's "Page 100" prompt. Rock on.

Dan Felstead said...

Thanks Killerwit...I looked at several books I had but that one just grabbed my attention. The Armageddon scenario is the first one that popped into my mind! It was an interesting challenge from Laura Jane.

Dan

nishaa said...

Something very Shakespearan about this photo.A sense of drama.All the world's a stage!

Dan Felstead said...

Nishaa,

How true...are we not on a stage as we speak?

Dan