What with travel, parties, birthdays, art shows, theater, films, music, and lovemaking, who has time to update a Blog? Right?
|What the Butler Saw, Photograph from our bus.|
When I left off last, I was about to take flight to Merry Olde England, and I do mean Stratford-Upon-Avon. There, with life-long friend Joseph Mydell on stage, I saw the amazing Julius Caesar at the RSC Theatre:
Here are some photographs I took of Stratford and London where we went next to see the stunning Timon of Athens.
See a review of Timon at the bottom of this page...
After the delightful stay with Joe in London, dining with his friends and family, and having cocktails at The Green Carnation (http://www.greencarnationlondon.com/) with his lovely daughter Effie, I returned reluctantly to Atlanta, then promptly drove up to the Blue Ridge Mountains with Dar to meet with the Killians and visit my mother's resting place in its gorgeous setting. More photos of that:
Rather than go on with the details of parties, art, love, and adventures here in Atlanta, or the details of fascinating FB exchanges, thanks to the likes of poet Alfred Corn, I think it best just to leave you with my recent music lists, to be heard only by means of excellent headphones or sound system:
Hope you too have had a rewarding Summertime...
Review of Timon:
Read more http://www.newyorker.com/arts/critics/theatre/2012/08/06/120806crth_theatre_lahr#ixzz23w3M81xN