I saw quite a bit of theatre in London, England, right before and after the terrible terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Beforehand, it was theatre as usual, but afterward it provided a kind of therapeutic activity, one that helped take my mind off the events at hand, at least for short periods of time. That said, I saw a wide range of performances from David Bintley's Still Life at the Penguin Cafe (those are the birds) on a mixed bill by the Birmingham Royal Ballet to Humble Boy, a ...
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