Ignorance at the Roxy

Just watched a dress performance and came home delighted.  I loved the creativity, the sets and the theme of the play.  What impressed me most was how the puppets really were individual personalities and not just extensions of the people who were playing them.  It was an awesome play!  Thank you.

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2 Responses to Ignorance at the Roxy

  1. Smell says:

    Amazing!
    The props, the puppets, the performers, the lights, the sounds, the balloons and the creativity were absolutely wonderful! However, to me, the best aspect of the show was the message it portrayed. I left the theatre feeling incredibly inspired and optimistic about life! Every single person should see this to be reminded that happiness is right in front of us and we are all striving to achieve something that will never come to us. In a western culture full of pressure to become wealthy and “succeed”, one must remember that these are not measures of “happiness” and there is nothing that will give us that full contentment of life other than living for the present moment and accepting all emotions we experience.
    I will be thinking about this play for days to come and I have no doubt it will keep me inspired through tougher times in life.
    This play definitely triggered the “happiness hormones” in my brain. I hope everyone is able to have this experience as well!

  2. Smell says:

    Amazing!
    The props, the puppets, the performers, the lights, the sounds, the balloons and the creativity were absolutely wonderful! However, to me, the best aspect of the show was the message it portayed. I came home feeling incredibly inspired and optimistic about life! Every single person should see this to be reminded that happiness is right in front of us and we are all striving to achieve something that will never come to us. In a western culture full of pressure to become wealthy and “succeed”, one must remember that these are not measures of “happiness” and there is nothing that will give us that full contentment of life other than living for the present moment and accepting all emotions we experience.
    I will be thinking about this play for days to come and I have no doubt it will keep me inspired through tougher times in life.
    This play definitely triggered the “happiness hormones” in my brain. I hope everyone is able to have this experience as well!