Back in December, when we went to A Christmas Carol at the Shakespeare Tavern, we saw an ad in the program for The Canterbury Tales. Bo really wanted to see it, but it was only showing during the month of May - which was already jam-packed for us. We only had two free days in the entire month to choose from, so as the designated Events Coordinator in our marriage, Bo bought tickets right away to make sure we went.
|as usual, we got there early to get awesome seats|
Even though we were pretty exhausted from the graduation and wedding festivities from the previous three days, we had a great Sunday evening together and we are so glad we went to see this show. They performed six of the tales while we enjoyed dinner, wine, and even dessert (their apple crisp is amazing!). We've seen most of the actors perform in A Christmas Carol over the past few years, so it was cool to see them take on different roles in a new play. I highly recommend it if theater is your thing - or even if it isn't. I wouldn't exactly consider myself a theater person but we do really enjoy going. The play was very well done and extremely entertaining - much more so than I remember from the excerpts I read out of the
Oddly enough, we've now been to the Shakespeare Tavern four times, and still have yet to see a play written by Shakespeare himself. So until then, we'll keep it on our Atlanta Bucket List - we'll be going back for sure.