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A moving and hilarious account of a spring day in a small Welsh coast town, Under Milk Wood begins with dreams and ghosts before dawn, moves through the brilliant, noisy day of the townspeople and closes as the “rain of dusk brings on the bawdy night.” In this masterpiece, completed just before his death in 1953, Dylan Thomas gave fullest expression to his sense of the magnificent flavour and variety of life.
This production, performed on St. David’s Day weekend, will celebrate the old Welsh proverb “To be born Welsh is to be born with music in your heart and poetry in your soul.”
Tickets: $20; available online and at the Palace Theatre box office, 519-432-1029.
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