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With fresh articles about it in the Wall Street Journal and Fast Company, and having just returned from my third visit, I figured this would be a good time to talk about “Sleep No More”— quite likely the most fun thing I’ve ever paid money to do. For the kid in all of us, what is the most frustrating aspect of going to the theater? You watch a compelling story unfold in front of you, but you’re physically separated from it — trapped in a seat for several hours looking at a distant stage with well-defined boundaries. “Sleep No More,” an award-winning immersive experience in Manhattan’s Ch
"Troilus and Cressida" (1602) by William Shakespeare (1564-1616) Prologue My good friend, DIShGo and I will be discussing the relative merits of "Troilus and Cressida," generally classified as one of Shakespeare's "problem plays," act-by-act, scene-by-scene, in the hopes that you'll follow along with us, and joining the discussion whenever you can. Neither of us are Shakespearean scholars; just enthusiasts, so your contributions and your expertise would be most welcome, even if they're simple request for clarifications - we're just going to be winging this whole thing as we go. We're in