The Outdoor Theater

Woosuk University has what looks like could be a really nice outdoor theater.  It’s open and has lots of reasonably comfortable seats, but I don’t think anyone has put any plays on in awhile because it has a look of disrepair about it.  Mostly it’s just overgrown with weeds and plants.  If it had trash like food wrappers and music or play programs you would assume it got some use, but there wasn’t anything like that to be found.

They aren't the worst plants that could be growing out of a stadium. At least they are leafy and have purple flowers.

This theater could be super nice.  If we tear out all of the plants and give the place a pressure wash we could be showing “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” in no time.  That would be the bomb.  Someone HAS to want to do that.

Fortunately, behind the slightly derelict theater there is a little park that is probably one of the finer outdoor spots on campus.  It has what look brand-new, hand made picnic tables, and they smell like they were varnished only a few days ago.

There were some dudes playig guitar, too. If you want a good picture, find people and things who don't know they are being photographed and probably don't want to be. You'll get good stuff.

I also found this.

“It’s not any old broomstick,” Nick said… “it’s a Nimbus 2000. “What did you say you’ve got at home, Malfoy, a Comet 260?”

 

 

Then a cricket with happy little feelers twice as long as it's body decided to camp out on my hand for about ten minutes. Free entertainment, right there.

 

I made friends with a cricket, got to sit outside, played Harry Potter make-believe, and got my homework done.  Today is a good day.

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One Response to The Outdoor Theater

  1. Thanks for the what I’m doing in Korea post updates.

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