Theatre

Theatre in the Outpost is exceptional. There are many and very good stages, starting with the brilliant Principality Theatrical Organisation, and not all of them are in the Capital. The actors tend to be at least decent (and sometimes really good), and even when they are not talented, they are usually diligent and meticulous. The repertory is varied and the venues quite numerous (and usually packed), considering. There are also visiting theatre groups aplenty, usually of high standing. All that in a tiny place, from limited resources (bar the lavishly funded Principality Theatrical Organisation) and for a small population.

We’re off to a production of Mamet’s Oleanna in the weekend; I’m very excited, actually.

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