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Tag: Theatre

Friendly Theatre Etiquette

Friendly Theatre Etiquette

I’ve written on theatre etiquette before. It is one of my biggest pet peeves, if I’m being honest. Going to the theatre is not a regular occurrence for most of us, and the afternoon or evening can be spoiled by a few selfish people. This […]

Common Courtesy… Or No?

Common Courtesy… Or No?

I understand that I am somewhat traditional in my etiquette; I believe that thank you notes, hostess gifts, and dress codes are useful and practical things that should be far more common than they are today. However, I think that the world is quickly falling […]

From Class to Stage, Part III: Performance

From Class to Stage, Part III: Performance

I’ve been so excited to write this post, the final in my series on ballet! Today is all about the performance, the end goal, what arguably everyone associates ballet with. I think that a lot of people have been to the ballet at least once […]

An Historian About… Potted Potter!

An Historian About… Potted Potter!

October seems to be a crazy busy month for me- four theatre/ballet outings, Junior Circle events, a wedding, and Thanksgiving! While it’s not allowing for quite the amount of time at home that I would like, I’m really enjoying spending time with friends and family […]