melodrama in julian

By October 9, 2005General

If you’ve not ever been to the Julian Melodrama, you need to go. It’s a blast. A melodrama is a play that is purposefully over-acted. But what sets the Julian Melodrama is that it encourages audience participation. You get to boo the villian and cheer for the hero. You can even talk back to the actors on stage. In between acts you get entertained by the Julian Triangle Club chorus, also known as the “Floozies.” When the average age is somewhere around retirement …

Go. Make plans and go. Eat apple pie afterwards.