- Good evening. John!
- Good evening. Peter! This is a small world! How are you?
- Fine, thanks. How are you?
- Life is going its usual way. Thanks.
- Pleased to hear it. Incidentally, where do you have a seat?
- In the stalls, row C. And where is your seat?
- In the box, close to the stage.
- So you don't have to use opera glasses.
- That's right. What do you think of the play?
- The action develops slowly. Some scenes are dull. The cast is not very good. Do you share my opinion?
- Frankly speaking I do. That happens to be a rather poor performance. Have you been to this theatre before?
- Haven't had a chance, you know. I am here for the first time. I like the hall. It is beautifully decorated. The chairs are comfortable and the chandelier is wonderful. To put it in a nutshell everything here is magnificent but the performance.
- I advise you to see 'Othello' by Shakespeare at this theatre. You will be impressed.
- I have been dreaming of seeing any play by Shakespeare in this country. I'll do my best to see 'Othello'.
- I want to inform you that the best actors are engaged in the performance. The leading man is the famous actor. His name is well-known both in this country and abroad.
- I hope I'll enjoy the performance. The lights are going down.
- We must hurry to the hall. In a minute the curtain will be up.
- Be seeing you later.
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