“Don’t Take Our Word for It!”(Or”Patrons on the Pavement”)

Before, during, and after the last preview performance of Romeo and Juliet, I wandered the Bruns Amphitheater grounds, camera in hand and Artistic intern extraordinaire Grace Vincent in tow, harassing patrons for their assessment of the current production. This video contains just a few of those assessments—the overwhelming response from our “man on the street” (or, as I like to think of them “patron on the pavement”) interviews was positive, enthusiastic, and occasionally even hilarious.

Coming soon: Notes from today’s Meet & Greet for Noël Coward’s Private Lives. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy the video.

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