Three years of going for Shakespeare in the Park hasn’t changed a thing. Four shows later, I still get lost in Fort Canning, in the hot weather and uncomfy shoes.
雨季中百花掉落过后的沉默 – 蘇打绿
And when I got to the Park, boyyy was I surprised. I was here on VIP tickets given to me by a business associate, and I knew there’d be a buffet.. but I didn’t know there would be such good food, wine, personal mat, backed cushion and even a fan (which as we all know is the most important thing). Ah, this is the life!
After that stint in oppressive heat, all I wanted to do was to have my food, sip wine, and talk to the good people at SRT. Spoke to Gaurav, whom I haven’t seen since the first SRT showcase. For some reason, I was really amused when he warned people not to venture to the right of the park (because it’s a graveyard) and then sat back to enjoy the rest of the show.
Shakespeare in the Park is almost like an annual affair now, and although I am not much of a Shakespeare girl, I think watching a play under the stars is amazing. Oh, and SRT really does do its actors right. 😉
Ah, I wish I could live like this all the damn time.