One more prior newsletter to share with you before we head back to New York City and the realities of summer coming to an end.
We cannot—CANNOT—stress the importance that the theatre can—and should!—have in the political realm. The tradition started with Shakespeare himself, and who knows, perhaps even before that!
Our friend Arthur Miller once said that it is the job of an artist to remind people of what they have chosen to forget. And in this political climate, nothing could be more true!
Philip & Marilyn
Today we wanted to discuss with you an incredible theatre happening that occurred a couple of weeks ago:
It is the conflict between The Theatre, as represented by Hamilton, and the Government-to-be, as represented by Vice-President Elect Mike Pence.
As you all know, Vice President-Elect Pence went to a performance of Hamilton where he was specifically addressed by the cast at the end of the performance (their spokesperson being Brandon Dixon).
Mr. Dixon made a plea to Vice President-Elect Pence–as a representative of our new government starting 20th of January. The cast requested that Vice President-Elect Pence look out for their interests, aka those of the common people. While Mr. Pence was walking out of the theatre at the time of the speech, he stopped and listened to what Mr. Harris had to say.
To us, it is a fascinating happening. It is The Theatre…
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