It’s such a good feeling, a very good feeling… at least that was my experience after watching the documentary about Mister Rogers, Won’t You Be My Neighbor.
Category: Arts & Entertainment
Laughing’s one of my favorite things, and I ended up doing it quite a bit tonight as I watched Mark Twain: Unplugged at Act II Playhouse in Ambler. That’s why my post is going up later in the day ~ I knew I was headed to the theater and thought I’d write about it.
I knew many of Twain’s quips and a lot about his life. But it was neat to see it as if Twain stood before me, telling his story, reading his stories, and making me laugh in real life instead of through the squiggly lines on the pages of his books. He even broke the fourth wall and spoke to and interacted with the audience. I love being a part of the show.