Aug

14

 My family went to an annual outdoor Shakespeare performance this year, Taming of the Shrew, which is among other things, a humorous treatise on marriage.

It also revealed that his plays, as wonderful as they are to read, are meant to be staged and performed, not studied in isolation.

And it is a good reminder in this virtual age that there is no substitute for living in the real, analog, non-artificially intelligent, non virtual, messy, human, loud, world and for kids to get outside, get muddy, get lost, and come home with a story.


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