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The annual Panto at the Ghent Playhouse opens November 29
Winter makes us believers. We experience first-hand the enormity of nature's power to defeate human goals. It is a conundrum that theater seeks to solve for us but we must be among the players to really make a difference. We have to get up, get out and make our ways to the many theaters that thrive in our "off-season" to find the solutions to our daily grind. Sometimes it is the romance and sometimes its the comedy and sometimes the depths of tragedy affect us in positive ways. What we need to remember, though, is that the play is not enough. The actors are not enough. It is the audience that brings to life the work of those talented individuals who contribute so much to our understanding of the world we live in. GO TO A PLAY.
THE SEASON'S NEVER OVER!!
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and there'll be much, much more
How The Other Half Loves at the Ghent Playhouse - reviewed (see "Ayckbourn at Ghent")
Leslie Klein's sculpture "Lichen" which now hangs over my desk at Steepletop
How The Other Half Loves continues its performances at the Ghent Playhouse, Town Hall Place in Ghent, NY, through Sunday, April 6. For information and tickets contact the playhouse at 1-800-838-3006 or ghentplayhouse.org.