Dame June Bloom, semi-retired Shakespearean actor and scholar, travels the world sharing her experience and knowledge of Shakespeare performance with audiences far and wide. She's just arrived in town after an exhausting world tour, and is feeling the effects of time on her aged body and mind. Dame June uses wit and a finely tuned sense of the ridiculous (and a ukulele) to reminisce about her experience of life as an touring actor, a daughter and a mother; she sings, dances and draws fresh insights into the ageing process by means of a selection of highly apposite (and only slightly mangled) Shakespeare sonnets. Join Dame June in her makeshift dressing room, as she prepares for what may well be her final performance...
Author: Flloyd Kennedy