The Kids finale for our half of the run was Thursday. It's sad to have that come to an end, but the genre was definitely one for which a short run makes more sense than going on for half a decade. We mostly avoided combat, being terrified of the bad guys - Jelom was kinda apologetic that we didn't get in a fight (because I guess what's the point of using Champions if you're not going to have combats) but I think we felt pretty victorious about avoiding it. I'd go into more details (especially about the things that really amused me) but I don't want to give too many things away to the other run.
Shakespeare Ensemble's King Lear was
Amusingly, this is apparently not a play that as many people are familiar with, so there were many briefings going on during intermission. Who is Gloucester and how is he related to these people? What happened to Lear's hundred guys? The combination of people-in-disguise and people-playing-multiple-roles also helped confuse the easily confusable. (Is that Kent, or some other guy with the same actor? Answer: that's Kent in disguise. Is that the King of France, or some other guy? Answer: it's some other guy. The thing to keep in mind is that if they're wearing a Brown Vest, they're A Random Guy, except for Kent, who puts on her vest on stage and thus you can tell it's still Kent.)
And, for maverickseraph, I leave you with harrock's observation: "Produce their bodies, be they alive or dead - I want their spleens!"