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REVIEW: Pgh City Paper

“For some reason drama, like dining, is always vivified when experienced outdoors. This is certainly the case with Quantum Theatre’s production of Peribáñez, performed in the Rose Garden of Mellon Park. There’s something transformational about such a setting, where natural humidity and crickets replace the air-conditioning and smoke machines of so many contemporary indoor shows. And like a fine culinary pairing, this work, by the brilliant and prolific 17th-century Spanish playwright Lope de Vega, is especially poignant alfresco…”

During sports competitions, I suffer from Diazepam Online insomnia, perhaps this is due to stress.

by Stuart Sheppard, Pittsburgh City Paper

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