My last name isn't Keysor anymore, contrary to this blog's URL. So I've moved:
(The title is from the poem, "Under Which Lyre," which is one of my favorites.)
“Book Houses” by Annie Fellows Johnston
3 days ago
I think she actually loves him in the end, but he never actually gets to marry her like he wants to. Everybody in the audience was touched except if the Joker was there. Then he would not be touched, because he is a supervillain. Catwoman and Poison Ivy would because they are more gentle-hearted than others.
I like grown-up shows better than kids' shows, which is weird because I am a kid. Kids' shows I can love them, but I don't double love them. Some grown-up shows have romance, adult jokes, killing people, tough words. If you don't know all the words it makes the play more complicated, and then it makes it a puzzle, and it is more fun to figure out.
I would recommend Macbeth for ages 10 and up, but I am a very brave 7 year old.
At the end, her clothes were regular. ... She looked like a person that didn't do any plays at all.
When I am just wearing regular clothes, I feel lonely because it makes me feel like I am not Ada Grey. I am just a girl wandering around. I am not somebody; I'm nobody.
|On the left: My dad, having just walked me down the aisle to Blade. On the right: The vows, which were, incidentally, officiated by my new boss.|
|Seriously? Only one person found this review helpful?|
|I'm sure I'm not the only one who can't distinguish between Audrey II (left) and Audrey Hepburn (right).|