THREE words: PHENOMENAL, MEMORABLE and BEAUTIFUL.
I could go on writing volumes about how mind blowing the tech was, or how elaborate the costumes were; I could probably chat your ear off about how intelligent the staging was, or how memorizing the cast was. I could even go on about how this production has provided me “passion-energy” the way the sun re-energizes Superman after a long day of hard battles with evil-doers.
But I won’t.
Instead, I’ll just use those THREE words. And coincidentally they’re exactly how I’d describe my date (in a very non-traditional sense of the word date, mind you) for the evening.
All in all, a terrific way to have spent a Friday evening.
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