A wonderful experience even for someone who isn't crazy about plays. It's particularly interesting to see how they play was presented during Shakespearean times. The building is beautiful and well put together. The actors were superb and put on a quality performance. The major complaint was the incredible uncomfortable seating. We were in the balcony so maybe we should have expected it, but the people downstairs didn't look much comfier with their seatbacks. The people sitting on the stage with stools looked even worse. Despite moving around, by the end, my back was killing me and I only wanted to get out of there. The other minor complaint was beverages/snacks available. They were of relatively low quality but then at a high price. However, this wasn't a major inconvenience. A great performance, but the creature comforts really weren't there.
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