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RE: [shakespeare-50] Titus Andronicus recap, and: possible move to Saturdays?

From: Dianne
Sent on: Sunday, October 23, 2011 5:22 PM
Saturday will never work for me, alas.

I'm new to the group and have only been to one reading but I did buy a complete annotated Shakespeare and was looking forward to more readings. I hope it's okay if I stay a member just in case the group has a reading on Sunday or perhaps some evening during the week. Or attends a play together.
Anyone interested in Seattle Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream? It sounds intriguing....

Dianne C. Jessup
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Mary Oliver   

> From: [address removed]
> To: [address removed]
> Subject: [shakespeare-50] Titus Andronicus recap, and: possible move to Saturdays?
> Date: Sun, 23 Oct[masked]:16:52 -0400
> It's always fun to read Titus Andronicus when some of the participants don't
> know the story (or at least all the gory details) - there are some pretty
> interesting surprises in there! We had a good discussion afterwards as
> well - comparing the play to Othello and talking about some movies of
> Shakespeare plays in modern settings.
> Kristina (the owner of Inner Chapters) has asked us if we would mind moving
> our readings to Saturdays. Sundays are usually her days off and while she
> doesn't mind opening on Sundays for groups, she really wants at least 10
> people there to make it worth her while (we've been averaging 6-8
> attendees). Saturdays would work better for her as the shop is open then
> anyway (and she said she wouldn't mind staying open late for us if we aren't
> finished by 4pm when the shop usually closes).
> How would you all feel about this change? Are you a regular Sunday reader
> who wouldn't be able to make Saturdays? Or somebody who really wants to
> come, can't make it on Sundays but could make it on Saturdays? If so, please
> let me know. Inner Chapters is otherwise such a great location - I'd rather
> change the day than give it up, all else being equal. As long as there isn't
> too much dissension from the ranks about this plan, I'll schedule a meetup
> for Saturday, November 6th to read "The Tempest".
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