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December 02, 2011


Ann Baker

I've got tickets to see this. Will let you know what I saw and how I felt. Have no idea when I'll be going.

Paul Tamburello aka pt at large

Excellent ... I know I can count on you for a candid response!

Carole Blossom

Interesting comparison bringing the Greek art into modern day drama and the human eros which remains ever constant regardless of which century we humans inhabit. Some things never change?
Except the art form which, for me, is so much more lovely depicted by the Greeks in 8th century a la Aphrodite.

Paul Tamburello

well, our interest in the erotic seems to be embedded in our DNA, doesnt it?
I'm not sure which Greek art you refer to but the Greeks set the bar for sculpture for centuries.

May Louise White

Most interesting!

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