I’m not feeling particularly musical this morning, what with the electoral shenanigans being shoved down our throats by those without morals, ethics, scruples or principles. The prospects for a peaceful resolution of this crisis are poor indeed, and its implications for our future are anything but promising.
Nevertheless, life goes on. A good laugh is supposedly good for the soul. Therefore, since our politics is going wrong in all directions, let’s enjoy this excerpt from “The Play That Goes Wrong“. It’s from the Royal Variety Performance of 2015.
If you enjoyed that, there are more clips from the show (including other productions of it) on YouTube. Also, a few spin-off productions were performed in England over the past few years. They included “Peter Pan Goes Wrong” and “A Christmas Carol Goes Wrong“. You’ll find several excerpts from each of them at those links.
The media also declared Dewey a winner over Truman.
That's a classic, and well (badly) one
I've been listening to Bluegrass spirituals. Works for these times.
"So weep not for me my friend
When my time below does end
For my life belongs to him
Who will raise the dead again"