i've seen a dress rehearsal for a ballet, but i can't remember what one
have not seen much live music lately, but was a big fan of small concerts in intimate settings
love live theatre and see at least one play a year, within a 2 hour drive there are quite a few summer playhouses
Sun 19 Sep, 2010 08:14 pm
Rarely, I'm afraid. I wish I could afford to go more often. (Especially dance.)
Sun 19 Sep, 2010 08:15 pm
Let me just get my tuxedo out of the shop and pressed.
Oh and I need to make a correction to my above claims. I did go to the ballet one time. A couple of year's ago I went to see The Nutcracker ballet with my friend Marietta.
Sun 19 Sep, 2010 08:25 pm
I once attended a performance of the Omaha Aquarium Choir, the castratos were initiated that night. They served Costco Kirkland Signature Hefeweizen, amber ale and pale ale during intermission. It was very exciting.
Mon 20 Sep, 2010 12:53 am
I've never been to an opera - that music has never really appealed to me but I'm thinking now that I might like the stories enough to lose myself in one and enjoy it if I did give it a try.
I've haven't been to see a ballet since I was a child - but again- I can picture myself liking it if I made the effort to go again.
I go to concerts often and have my entire life-I love live music of any sort - rock, rap, country, male voice choirs, symphonies - I love watching people play their instruments as much as I love hearing the music they make.
Mon 20 Sep, 2010 06:10 am
I used to subscribe to the New York City Ballet, so I've seen many ballets. I used to subscribe to light opera--yes, I'm a Gilbert and Sullivan fan. But I've never attended the other kind of opera. Not my thing.
I've attended many concerts, in Central Park, at Carnegie Hall, at Lincoln Center. Not for a long time though.
I truly loved attending concerts in the park. Sitting on the ground under a clear sky, appreciating the beautiful music wafting out over the evening. Sigh.
Three weeks from now, I'll be going to attend the live screening of The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore (2015) , the Comedy Central politics show that replaced the now defunct, The Colbert Report (2005).