Friday, July 25, 2014

Dog Friendly Friday: Shakespeare in the Park

Every summer, Gannon University (my alma mater!) puts on Shakespeare Summer Nights - productions of two Shakespeare plays.  One show of each of these plays is done at the Aboretum at Frontier Park.


This week, we loaded up the pooches and a picnic dinner and headed to the park for the production of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead ( a tale of Hamlet as told from the view of Rozencrantz and Guildenstern, two minor characters in Shakespeare's play).


The pups had a great time at the park - although I have a sneaking suspicion that they were more interested in our picnic dinner than the play!


It was great to support our local arts, Gannon's Schuster Theater, and enjoy an evening in the park!


What are your favorite things to do with your pooches in the summer?

9 comments:

  1. That looks awesome. I need to find some more activities of this nature for us, although Julius is kind of a barker.

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    1. What we didn't put it in our post is that the Arboretum is just over the hill from a playground. So kids kept running down the hill towards us. One particular kid kept running past us and was too much for Ed and he started barking. We went home. LOL

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  2. That looks like a lot of fun, I wish Boomer and Dottie would behave for something like that!

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    1. It's a stretch for Ed...it took A LOT of bribery...

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  3. That last picture was too sweet. Here at Lake Tahoe they have movies and Shakespeare at the beach. I would love to go but it gets cold after sundown and I am a wimp:/ Actually Kaya & Norman are wimps when it comes to cold too:)

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    1. HA! But a play on the beach would be so much fun!

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  4. Sooooooo cool!!!! Look how happy they look, i love it!

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