My daughter recently acted in a school play called The Taming of You which was written and adapted by her former babysitter Elena M. at Lourdes High School. It was an adaptation of The Taming of the Shrew so that the shrew was a guy and not a girl.
I very much enjoyed this adaptation and was impressed by the acting (which was pulled together very quickly for such a lengthy play) and the set which took the stage hands and nearly all the actors to move around. Watching this ballet of flats was almost as enjoyable as the play itself.
An excellent effort and well worth the price of admission. There were many people of talent involved who would bear watching.
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