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Thursday, July 29, 2010

This summer I went to Bloomington with my classmates to see "The Tempest" by Shakespeare. Our trip was very interesting.  I car pooled with Mary, Jamaal, Courtney, and Ashley.  I will just say that I was not bored at all on our trip and actually got to know my classmates a little bit better.  I learned what types of music they like all the way down to food.  We turned up the radio and we was all singing to songs.  Once we arrived at the destination I was amazed at the way it looked and how beautiful it was.  Once the play started I found it very difficult to understand until some of it was explained to me. Even after that I still didn't completely understand the plot of the story.  On the other hand I found it very interesting to watch it at the theater.  I had never seen anything like that in my life.  I loved watching all of the actors and actresses.  They were done up so beautifully.  The way that they acted was a very neat experience. I took pictures throughout the entire play until one of the workers came up to me and made me delete them all which I was a little bummed about because I planned on posting them all on here.  But I understand where they are coming from, if I show the pictures to people then they might not go see the play.  I loved how the woman found the man she was destined to be with and ended up marrying him and her father eventually accepted it.  I think that was my favorite part.  Over all I truly enjoyed this experience and glad that I went.   
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