September 23rd, 2012 04:27 pm    Comments Off on SYRPER GOES TO THE THEATRE FOR IRISH FARE

SYRPER GOES TO THE THEATRE FOR IRISH FARE

FOURTH POST – SEPTEMBER 23, 2012 – SYRPER GOES TO THE THEATRE AT THE ABREACT;  IRISH THEMES DOMINATE;  “A SKULL IN CONNEMARA” IS REVIEWED.  “…..round figures stark naked in the stockinged feet in Connemara….”  (Lucky’s frenetic soliloquy in “Waiting for Godot”,  Act 1.)    Becket scowls from the Heavens once again.                  Photos of Becket smiling fetch over $2,000,000…

July 9th, 2012 07:02 pm    1 comment

JOHN PETERS, ESQUIRE, NO RELATION TO GARY PETERS WRITES ABOUT OUR FORAY INTO THE THEATRE OF THE ABSURD

THIRD POST – JULY 9, 2012 – SYRPER CONTRIBUTOR JOHN PETERS, ESQ., NARRATES HIS THOUGHTS ON ROBERT “COXCOMB” FORD’S LATEST DISASTEROUS PLUNGE INTO THE CESSPOOL OF AMERICAN DIPLOMACY.  Enjoy.  A NIGHT AT FORD’S THEATRE nd, I attended an event at a local Islamic school featuring former U.S. Ambassador to Syria, Robert Ford and U.S. Congressman…

February 12th, 2012 04:04 pm    Comments Off on SYRIAN PERSPECTIVE GOES TO THE THEATRE PART II;

SYRIAN PERSPECTIVE GOES TO THE THEATRE PART II;

February 12, 2012 – In order to properly appreciate the lustre of our theatre reviews, you should scroll down to the Part I and then scroll back to this, Part II.  Francis Shepherd-Bates, pictured above, ably directed the play    Ms. Knisely and her three male cast members, put on a Russian accent for the play…

February 11th, 2012 04:46 pm    Comments Off on SYRIAN PERSPECTIVE GOES TO THE THEATRE;

SYRIAN PERSPECTIVE GOES TO THE THEATRE;

February 11, 2012 – Yesterday evening at about 5:00 p.m. this writer and his wife, met five friends at our much-frequented tavern “The Bar” and after a few quaffs and some serendipitously available kielbasa, creamed herring and other “fillers” evidencing northern European winter survival fare, all offered in celebration of a Dearborn police sergeant’s promotion to…