<em>A Lost Leonardo</em>&nbsp;at Amphibian Stage Productions

Places! Oct. 12-18, 2017

Here's the week's best bets for theater, dance, classical music, opera, comedy, spoken word, cabaret and other performing arts in North Texas.

published Thursday, October 12, 2017

Welcome to Places!, which returns to a Thursday-to-Wednesday cycle and rounds up our picks for the best theater, dance, classical music, opera, comedy, spoken word/poetry, cabaret and other performing arts on local stages and arts on film in movie theaters. Of all the local print and/or digital publications out there, it's the only weekly list of best bets that covers the range of performing arts—and only performing arts.

This week: Amphibian has a world premiere; WaterTower and Stage West have regional premieres; Teatro Dallas opens adaptations of important Latin American writers; and a ton of classical music organizations begin their seasons this week. Lots of good comedy, too. Plus: Edith Piaf, puppets with classical music, two films with original scores played live, and spooky goings-on underneath the Bath House Cultural Center.

This list doesn't have everything happening in this week's cycle, but we've hit the highlights. For more listings, click the red calendar button at the top right of the page, and then you'll see a search function where you can search for events by presenting company, venue, title, description, date range and more options. The list is still growing with the new seasons, and should be full in the next few weeks.

Note: Theater productions that have opened in a previous cycle and are in the middle of the run are not in the list below, but you can find them in the listings (see paragraph above). When a show is in its final weekend, we'll mention it in the "Last Chance" section of Places!

Get out and support the arts!






Photo: Parker T. Lunsford
A Lost Leonardo at Amphibian Stage Productions


 1  A Lost Leonardo

Amphibian Stage Productions | Fort Worth

Amphibian's second world premiere of 2017 was first seen at this theater as a staged reading in 2015, under the title Daedalus. This new play from David Davalos, best known for Wittenberg, finds Leonard da Vinci renouncing his Muse because his artistic career is in ruins, and he teams up with Cesare Borgia to change the world. Amphibian's production is directed by Illana Stein with dramaturgy by Kate Farrington, previously of the recently shuttered Pearl Theatre Company in NYC. Matthew Amendt is Leonardo, and the cast also features Jenna Anderson, Jim Jorgensen, Kelsey Milbourn, Shawn Gann and Patrick Bynane. | Oct. 13-Nov. 5

» More info in our listing

» Look for an interview with David Davalos coming on TheaterJones



 2  Pride and Prejudice

WaterTower Theatre | Addison

Usually when a play has had a premiere elsewhere in the country, it takes at least one or two more years before a Dallas-Fort Worth theater can snag it. Part of the change Joanie Schultz is bringing to WaterTower Theatre is her national connections. She snagged the middle-of-the-country regional premiere of Kate Hamill's adaptation of the Jane Austen favorite just a few months after it premiered at the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival. It coincides with the West Coast premiere at Seattle Repertory Theatre (that began Sept. 29), and the New York City premiere at Primary Stages (opening Nov. 7). Hamill's version has a cast of eight actors, five of them playing multiple roles. The exceptions are Lizzy (played by Jenny Ledel here), Mr. Darcy (John Michael-Marrs) and Mrs. Bennett (Wendy Welch). The ensemble rounds out with Brandon Potter, Steph Garrett, Kate Paulsen, Bob Hess and Justin Duncan. And, as with Schultz's first production at WaterTower, Hit the Wall, there is an Intersection series with talks and events after many performances, including a talk-back with playwright Hamill on Saturday, Oct. 14. The Oct. 15 preview is pay-what-you-can, with proceeds benefiting the Alley Theatre in Houston, which suffered losses in the flooding after Hurricane Harvey. Also, taking a cue from Theatre Three, WaterTower has added a "hooky matinee" in the run. It's 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 24. | Previews Oct. 13-15; opens Monday, Oct. 16 and runs through Nov. 5

» More info in our listing, which has the list of Intersections events

» Read our interview with Kate Hamill


Photo: Evan Michael Woods
Life Sucks. at Stage West


 3  Life Sucks. + Stiff

Stage West | Fort Worth

Stage West's season opens with Life Sucks. (the period is part of the title), another of Aaron Posner's riffs on a Chekhov play, this time Uncle Vanya. Emily Scott Banks, who directed Posner's Seagull riff Stupid Fucking Bird last season, takes on the Chekhov playfulness again. The cast includes Sherry Jo Ward, who will also perform her incredible one-woman show Stiff, which was highly acclaimed at the Festival of Independent Theatres this year, under the banner of Risk Theater Initiative and directed by Marianne Galloway. Stiff, performed on Tuesdays during the run of Life Sucks., is a frank, and very funny, discussion of Ward's diagnosis with the neuromuscular disease Stiff Person Syndrome. | Life Sucks. previews Oct. 12 and 13; opens Saturday, Oct. 14 and runs through Nov. 12; Stiff plays at 7 p.m. on Tuesdays, Oct. 17-31

» More info in our listing for Life Sucks.

» More info in our listing for Stiff

» Look for special content related to Life Sucks. coming next week on TheaterJones


Photo: Renato Rimach
Armando Monsivais as Juan Rulfo, Omar Padilla as Alfredo Cardona Peña at Teatro Dallas


 4  An Evening with Two Giants

Teatro Dallas | Dallas

Teatro Dallas' season opens with a pairing of stories by Mexican writer Juan Rulfo and Costa Rican writer Alfredo Cardona Peña, both adapted by Anyika McMillan-Herod of Soul Rep Theatre Company. Rulfo's Anacleto Morones is about a group of women who wish to canonize Anacleto Morones, a scoundrel. The second adaptation is based on The Best Mystery Story by Peña, about Cristóbal Magallans, a poor starving writer who wishes to support himself from his writing and marry Lucia (Sorany Gutiérrez.) These are performed as Teatro Dallas' Days of the Day production, and there will be altars and a Día de los Muertos celeration. | Oct. 13-Nov. 4

» More info in our listing



 5  Piaf! The Show

Eisemann Presents | Eisemann Center for the Performing Arts | Richardson

French actress Anne Carrere plays the legendary French songstress in this tour that stops at the Eisemann Center in Richardson for one night. | 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14

» More info in our listing

» Read our interview with Anne Carrere



 6  Eddie Izzard

The Majestic Theatre | Dallas

The transgender comedian who has announced running for parliament in England in 2020, and recently wrote a book, makes an appearance on his national tour to do comedy, sign books, and whatever else strikes his fancy. | 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 13

» More info in our listing



 7  In the Theater of Life

Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth | Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth | Fort Worth

Puppets are often seen in plays and musicals, but never with a classical music performance.  Until now. The Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth brings in puppeteer Dan Butterworth (see video above) with life-size marionettes and shadow puppets for a performance of Stravinsky's L'histoire du soldat, a theatrical work meant to be "played or danced." Also on the program is Messiaen's Quartet for the End of the World. | 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14

» More info in our listing


Photo: Courtesy
Dallas Symphony associate music director Ruth Reinhardt


 8  ReMix: Dvořák's American Suite

Dallas Symphony Orchestra | Moody Performance Hall | Dallas

The Dallas Symphony's ReMix series has munchies before the shorter intermissionless concert, and mingling with the musicians afterward. For this edition, Ruth Reinhardt conducts Angela Fuller Heyde, violin, and the program has Copland's Three Latin American Sketches, Edgar Meyer's Violin Concerto and Dvořák Suite in A Major, Op. 98b, "American Suite." | 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 13 and 14

» More info in our listing


 9  Ernie Kovacs Award: Kids in the Hall

Video Association of Dallas/Dallas VideoFest | Alamo Drafthouse | Richardson

Each year the Dallas VideoFest gives out the Kovacs Award to an innovator in television, film, comedy, or all of the above. This year that honor goes to the influential Canadian sketch comedy outfit Kids in the Hall. Two of the five members, Dave Foley and Kevin McDonald, will be here to accept and participate in an audience Q&A. They'll also introduce a screening of the KITH film Brain Candy. | 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Oct. 14

» More info in our listing

» Read our interview with Dave Foley


Photo: Buster Keaton Productions
Buster Keaton's The General


 10  The General

Dallas Chamber Symphony | Moody Performance Hall | Dallas

As as become the signature of Richard McKay's Dallas Chamber Symphony, the group has commissioned a composer to create an original score for a silent film. This year, Douglas Pipes has scored the Buster Keaton great The General (1926), which will be performed by the symphony as the film plays on a screen over them. You'll remember that the last Pipes score for DCS was for Hitchcock's The Lodger in 2014. | 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17

» More info in our listing


Photo: Saverto Truglia
Third Coast Percussion


 11  Paddle to the Sea

Soundings: New Music at the Nasher | Nasher Sculpture Center | Dallas

The Nasher Sculpture Center's Soundings series, one of DFW's musical treasures, kicks off the 2017-18 season. Providing a live “soundtrack”, Third Coast Percussion performs works inspired by impressions of water and the natural world by Philip Glass, Jacob Druckman, traditional music of the Shona people of Zimbabwe, and music of its own, creating a performance that flows seamlessly throughout the course of the film. | 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 18

» More info in our listing

Photo: Courtesy Claire Carson
Claire Carson


 12  Shadow Woman

House Party Theatre | Lake Level at Bath House Cultural Center | Dallas

Southern Methodist University alum Claire Carson, whose Hypochondria was seen from the Tribe in 2016, has a new play performed by House Party Theatre. Shadow Woman, which is staged in the lake level space at the Bath House Cultural Center, uses movement, spectacle, and visual storytelling in an immersive piece about a 17-year-old girl living alone with her father and a cat named Lucifer in a house where weird things start to happen. Directed by Jenna Hannum. | Oct. 14-28

» More info in our listing

» Our interview with Claire Carson







Don Barnhart, Hypnotist

The comedian is at Hyena's Comedy Night Club Fort Worth. | Oct. 12-13

» More info


Sean Chen

The Cliburn inaugurates its first season of Cliburn Sessions at the Scat Lounge in downtown Fort Worth with the American who was a finalist in the 2013 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. | 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 12

» More info in our listing


Fabulation, or the Re-Education of Undine

The University of North Texas presents the Lynn Nottage play, directed by Vickie Washington. | Oct. 12-15

» More info in our listing


Steve Hirst

The comedian is at Hyena's Comedy Night Club Plano. | Oct. 12-13

» More info


Paul Hooper

The comedian is at Hyena's Comedy Night Club Dallas. | Oct. 12-14

» More info


Jokin' and Smokin' featuring Bryson Brown

The comedian is at the Arlington Improv.  | Oct. 12

» More info


Ronn McFarlane

The Fort Worth Classic Guitar Society presents the lutenist at the Kimbell Art Museum. | 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 12

» Our review from the Oct. 10 performance in Dallas


Poetry Smash #1: Will a Real Man Take the Mic?

The first Poetry Smash of the 2017-18 season, hosted by Brenda Randall and Gabreal Lyitx, features poets Priceless Black, Gregory II, Sin, Austin Caraway and Poetre. At the Clarence Muse Cafe in the Black Academy of Arts and Letters. | 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 12

» More info in our listing


Ali Siddiq

The comedian is at the Addison Improv. | Oct. 12-15

» More info






Onstage in Bedford presents the thriller by Gerald Moon, at the Trinity Arts Theater at the Bedford Boys Ranch. | Oct. 13-29

» More info in our listing


Le Ballet de Dracula

LakeCities Ballet presents its annual Halloween ballet, at MCL Grand Theater in Lewisville. | 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 13; and 2 and 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14

» More info in our listing

» Read Katie Dravenstott's behind-the-scenes preview of the ballet


I Love a Piano

The Fort Worth Symphony does a pops concert with pianist Tony Desare, at Bass Performance Hall. | 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 13-14; and 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 15

» More info in our listing


Ghouls and Graveyards

Dallas Children's Theater's Teen Scene players does the Halloween-themed work featuring snippets of work by Poe and others. In the studio theater at the Rosewood Center for Family Arts, Dallas. | Oct. 13-29

» More info in our listing


Island Song

Ohlook Performing Arts in Grapevine presents the regional premiere of this musical, featuring words and music by Sam Camer and Derek Gregor, conceived with Laura Pietropinto. | Oct. 13-15

» More info in our listing


Lil Duvall

The comedian is at the Arlington Improv.  | Oct. 13-14

» More info


Little Shop of Horrors

The Firehouse Theatre in Farmer's Branch presents the Ashman/Menken rock musical. | 

» More info in our listing


The Mystery of Irma Vep

Adam Adolfo directs the Charles Ludlam for Mesquite Community Theatre at the Mesquite Arts Center. | Oct. 13-29

» More info in our listing


Orpheus and the King of Instruments

Orpheus Chamber Singers opens its season, at Church of the Incarnation in Dallas. | 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 13

» More info in our listing


SSG Classics Fest: She Stoops to Conquer + Three Sisters

Stolen Shakespeare Guild presents its second Classics Fest. This weekend, Oliver Goldsmith's She Stoops to Conquer opens. Next weekend, the fest adds Steven Young's adaptation of Chekhov's Three Sisters, and then both will run in repertory. | Oct. 13-29

» More info in our listing




Photo: Alisa Garin Photography
Eunice Keem


Coloratura Furiosa

Dallas Bach Society opens its season with a private house concert (the address is sent after you purchase a ticket) featuring coloratura soprano Camille Ortiz-Lafont, performing works by Bach, Handel, Vivaldi, Rameau and Purcell. | 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14

» More info in our listing


Eunice Keem and Friends

The Fine Arts Chamber Players season opens with the Dallas Symphony's Associate Concertmaster Eunice Keem playing with her friends, including Aleksandr Snytkin, violin, DSO; Christine Hwang, viola, DSO; Sarah Kienle, viola, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra; Joseph Kuipers, cello; Nan Zhang, cello, DSO; and Jonathan Tsay, piano. At Horchow Auditorium in the Dallas Museum of Art. | 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14

» More info in our listing

» Listen to Jonathan Tsay's podcast interview with Eunice Keem


Steve Hirst

The comedian is at Hyena's Comedy Night Club Fort Worth. | Oct. 14

» More info


Martin Luther

The Christian theater company Puritan Productions does a piece in dance and drama about Martin Luther, important in the Protestant Reformation. Performed Oct. 14-15 at the Scott Theatre at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center; and Oct. 28-29 at Brownlee Auditorium in Garland. | Oct. 14-29

» More info in our listing


One Day Only 28

Rover Dramawerks in Plano presents its twice-yearly event in which short plays are written, designed, rehearsed, teched and performed within 24 hours. | 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14

» More info in our listing





Donizetti & Company

The Dallas Opera's Family Series presents a short opera performing works from Donizetti and telling the story of his life. Tickets are only $5! At the AT&T Performing Arts Center's Winspear Opera House. | 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 15

» More info in our listing


Dream Catchers

The Lone Star Wind Orchestra opens its season with works by Mays, Daugherty, Noro, Holst, Bryant and Nancy Galbraith, at Moody Performance Hall. | 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 15

» More info in our listing


Opus 100: Michel Bouvard

The Dallas Symphony's organ series on the Lay Family Organ at the Meyerson Symphony Center features organist Michel Bouvard, on works by Franck, Messiaen, Widor and more. | 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 15

» More info in our listing




Photo: Nikolag Lund
Danish String Quartet


The Danish String Quartet

Dallas Chamber Music Society opens its season with the return of this acclaimed group. Performed at Southern Methodist University's Caruth Auditorium. | 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 16

» More info in our listing


Live Theatre League of Tarrant County Mixer

The Live Theatre League of Tarrant county does a mixer event at Stage West, and this time the guest is yours truly. That's Mark Lowry of TheaterJones. There will be free food and a cash bar. | 5:30-7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 16

» More info





Echo Reads: Teen Dad

Echo Theatre's reading series presents Adrienne Dawes' comedy, with the playwright in attendance. | 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17

» More info in our listing

» Read our story on the 20th anniversary of Echo Theatre


October Overtures

Dallas Winds plays Eric Whitacre’s lovely OctoberJohn Wesley Gibson’s We Will Always Share the Stars, Holst’s First Suite in E-flat for Military Band, and Tchaikovsky’s classic 1812 Overture, at the Meyerson Symphony Center. | 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17

» More info in our listing


Rent 20th Anniversary Tour

Performing Arts Fort Worth presents the 20th anniversary tour of the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical Rent. | Oct. 17-22

» More info in our listing


Photo: Carol Rosegg
The Rent 20th anniversary tour




The Road to FCIT

The Arlington Improv begins events to the run-up of the annual Funniest Comic in Texas event. | 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 18

» More info





Arlington Improv Open Mike

Free comedy open mike on Wednesdays at the Arlington Improv.  | 7 p.m. Wednesdays

» More info


Backdoor Comedy Open Mike

The Backdoor Comedy Club at the Doubletree Hotel in Dallas has weekly open mike stand-up. | 8:30 p.m. Thursdays

» Our listing, with times, ticket info, map and more


Broadway on a Tuesday with K-Marie and Friends

Kimberly Oliver hosts this weekly showcase (#BOAT) of musical theater peeps and other vocalists singing showtunes and more, at Alexandre's Bar, 4026 Cedar Springs Road, Dallas. | 8 p.m. Tuesdays

» More info


Dallas Area Open Play

The Allegro Guitar Society has an open classical guitar session 4-6 p.m. on the second Sunday of each month at Dunn Brothers Coffee Shop, 3725 Belt Line Road in Addison.

» More info


Dallas Comedy House

The Dallas Comedy House in Deep Ellum has improv and sketch performances by local and regional troupes at various times on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, with free improv jam sessions and stand-up open mikes on Tuesdays. Closed Sundays and Mondays.

» More info


Denise Lee Onstage Cabaret Series

Denise Lee presents monthly cabaret nights at two venues in town:

  • Two Corks and a Bottle in the Quadrangle in Uptown Dallas, 7:30 p.m. third Tuesday of the month
  • Women's Building in Fair Park, 7:30 p.m. fourth Tuesday of the month

» More info


Fort Worth Poetry Slams Open Mike

Host Michael Guinn leads this weekly open mike; participants earn points to see who makes it to Cowtown's award-winning national slam team. You can also just go to watch and listen. | 8 p.m. Tuesdays through Dec. 22

» Our listing, with times, ticket info, map and more


Four Day Weekend

Fort Worth's popular, long-running improv company has four performances every weekend at the Four Day Weekend Theater, Fort Worth. | 7:30 and 10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays

» Our listing, with times, ticket info, map and more


Mama's Party

Amy Stevenson hosts a musical theater open mike event at the Uptown Theater in Grand Prairie. | 7:30 p.m. on select Mondays

» More info


Liz Mikel's Entertainer's Showcase

Dallas Theater Center company member Liz Mikel leads a jazz, R&B and show tune open mike every Monday at the Balcony Club, above the Lakewood Theater in East Dallas. | 9:30 p.m. Mondays

» More info


Open Classical

Bring an instrument (including your voice) and participate in this weekly classical music open mic. Events are in various locations in North Texas:

  • 8 p.m. every Tuesday at Buzzbrews Kitchen on Lemmon Avenue, Dallas
  • 8 p.m. second and fourth Mondays at Button's in Fort Worth

» Our listing, with times, ticket info, map and more


Open Mic Nite at Central

The Dallas Public Library Central Branch presents an open mic for musicians, poets and other performers. At the J. Erik Jonsson Library in downtown Dallas. | 5:30-7:30 p.m. on the first and third Thursdays of the month.

» More info


The Rose Room at S4

The Rose Room is a cabaret club within the dance S4 in Oak Lawn, Dallas, that has drag shows at 11 p.m. and 12:30 a.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays; and at 11 p.m. Thursdays. 

» More info


Tuesday Tease

Sue Ellen's presents an evening of Queer variety every Tuesday at the bar at 3014 Throckmorton, Dallas. | 10 p.m. every Tuesday

» More info






Photo: Helen Murray
Mr. Popper's Penguins at Casa Mañana Children's Theatre

Alice in Slasherland

Lakeside Community Theatre in The Colony does Qui Nguyen's comedy about horror movie tropes. | Closes Saturday

» More info in our listing


Bat Boy: The Musical

Outcry Theatre Company does the 2001 musical about a boy who is half-bat and is taken in by a family in a rural town. Performed at the Addison Theatre Centre's Studio Theatre. | Closes Sunday

» More info in our listing


Mr. Popper's Penguins

Casa Mañana Children's Theatre presents the regional premiere of the musical based on the classic children's book, with penguin puppets! | Closes Sunday

» Our review


Titus Andronicus

Shakespeare Dallas' fall production is the Bard's bloodiest play, directed by Christie Vela. Performed at Addison Circle Park. | Closes Sunday

» More info in our listing


The Trip to Bountiful

The Horton Foote classic presented by One Thirty Productions at the Bath House Cultural Center, Dallas. | Closes Saturday

» More info in our listing






  1. Circle Theatre presents Application Pending | Oct. 19-Nov. 18
  2. Uptown Players' season opens with The Full Monty | Oct. 20-Nov. 5
  3. Brick Road Theatre presents The Secret Garden at the Courtyard Theatre in Plano | Oct. 20-29
  4. Amphibian Stage Productions presents a New Play Festival | Oct. 21-Nov. 5
  5. Kitchen Dog Theater presents Ironbound at the Trinity River Arts Center | Oct. 26-Nov. 12
  6. Our Productions Theatre Company presents Haunted at MCL Grand Theater in Lewisville | Oct. 26-29
  7. Prism Movement Theater presents Lear at Theatre Three's Theatre Too! | Oct. 26-Nov. 19
  8. Resolute Theatre Project presents Ordinary People at Amy's Studio of Performing Arts | Nov. 3-12
  9. Casa Mañana presents Evita | Nov. 4-12
  10. Undermain Theatre presents John | Nov. 8-Dec. 3
  11. Jubilee Theatre presents Saturday Nights, Sunday Mornings: The Story of Al Green at the Scott Theatre | Nov. 10
  12. The tour of Irving Berlin's White Christmas comes to Bass Performance Hall | Nov. 14-19



  1. Dark Circles Contemporary Dance presents Big Bad Wolf and Les Fairies in the AT&T Performing Arts Center's Elevator Project in the Sixth Floor Studio Theatre at the Wyly Theatre, Dallas | Oct. 19-21
  2. The Bombshell Dance Project debuts at Sammons Center for the Arts | Oct. 20
  3. TITAS brings Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company to Moody Performance Hall, Dallas | Oct. 27-28
  4. The Dallas Black Dance Theatre presents Director's Choice at the Wyly Theatre | Nov. 3-5
  5. TITAS brings Malpaso Dance Company to Moody Performance Hall, Dallas | Nov. 10-11



  1. The Dallas Opera season opens with Saint-Saëns' Samson et Dalila at the Winspear Opera House | Oct. 20-Nov. 5
  2. The Dallas Opera presents Verdi's La traviata at Winspear Opera House | Oc. 27-Nov. 12



  1. Bill Bellamy comes to the Arlington Improv | Oct. 20-22
  2. Rhett & Link's Tour of Mythicality comes to the Majestic Theatre | Oct. 21
  3. Bill Engvall comes to the Winspear Opera House | Nov. 2
  4. Colin Quinn comes to the Texas Theatre in Oak Cliff | Nov. 16


» For complete listings of what's happening on North Texas stages, click on the calendar icon at the top right of the page. Once there, you can click the red "Search the Calendar" box, and search for listings by dates, performance type, the presenting company, titles or descriptions. For instance, type "Shakespeare" into the description field, click SEARCH and you'll find a host of performances (theater, dance, music, etc.) by, adapted from or about the Bard. Thanks For Reading

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