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    Subject: Re: Mrs. S
    Date: Jan 20, 2004
    Sender: Dawn HarrisPrevious

    M. Ivan...

    All I've gotta say is...DAMN!!! What strong opinions you have!

    This is a fun site...I've never visited it before.

    *wanders around aimlessly*

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    Mrs. S

    I think your review is extremely ignorant. You should learn to differentiate between a performance of actors as related to the piece they present, and the material itself. Mrs. S is a stately, dignified woman of the most noted and credible playwright who has ever lived, where as Mrs. Behn is a bawdy and brazen woman of influence and worth. Don't you think that knowing that, going to the plays, that they would be of different levels and performance? It's no wonder you are filled with such venom for the actors. How many one woman plays have you written and performed in New York City?

    Even if you don't like a play you should perhaps be a little kinder in your tirades. People have feelings, you know. Or did you lose that on your way to moving to New York to become a famous actrss and you had to settle for being a second rate critic for a web site?

    I am in theatre and I saw the show and enjoyed both for different reasons. It seems that no one writing for your website enjoyed any of the shows they saw. Perhaps they can do better? I say do it then.

    Thank you for your kind attention.
    M. Ivan






    Comment index:

  • Mrs. Shakespeare accurately quotes her husband   from Bard Devotee, Apr 14, 2002
  • All brushed up   from Heather Grayson, Apr 15, 2002
  • question   from , Apr 15, 2002
  • Mrs. S   from M. Ivan, Apr 15, 2002
  • Re: Mrs. S   from Heather Grayson, Apr 15, 2002
  • Re: Mrs. S   from frank episale, Apr 21, 2002
  • Re: Mrs. S   from P Mortensen, Aug 20, 2002
  • » Re: Mrs. S «   from Dawn Harris, Jan 20, 2004
  • Mrs. Shakespeare accurately quotes her husband   from Bard Devotee, Apr 14, 2002
  • All brushed up   from Heather Grayson, Apr 15, 2002
  • question   from , Apr 15, 2002
  • Mrs. S   from M. Ivan, Apr 15, 2002
  • Re: Mrs. S   from Heather Grayson, Apr 15, 2002
  • Re: Mrs. S   from frank episale, Apr 21, 2002
  • Re: Mrs. S   from P Mortensen, Aug 20, 2002
  • » Re: Mrs. S «   from Dawn Harris, Jan 20, 2004