Searchers from Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset, UK; St. Leonard, Maryland and Cincinnati, Ohio found Neil Simon and several of his plays.
A post about past productions of A Midsummer Night's Dream enchanted folks in Mechanisburg, PA, Jakarta, Indonesia; Wolverhampton, UK; Dubai, Beaverton, Oregon; Lexington, Kentucky; and Qatar.
Othello on Film was viewed from London, Washington, DC; Naperville, Illinois; Suffolk in England; Waldorf, Maryland; Argentina, and Kirksville, Missouri. Readers in Crowley, Texas and Berkeley, California leered at famous productions of King Lear.
The Tempest and the Time Lord, plus historic productions of The Tempest caught the attention of browsers in Oklahoma City, Milwaukee, Brussels, Belgium; Calicut, India and Aiea, Hawaii. Someone in Anderson, South Carolina checked out Much Ado About Nothing. Twice.
Aukland, New Zealand studied Greeks.
The surprisingly robust attention to "Chekhovania" (about the Christopher Durang play) came from Moscow, Chicago Heights, Hazlet, New Jersey; Dillon, Colorado; New York City, Tallahassee and Wakefield, Rhode Island.
Folks from Wallsend (Sting's birthplace) and Bromley (H.G. Wells' birthplace) in England dug The Pit Men Painters. Bluffington, South Carolina embraced Our Town.
Athens and South Africa chose Look Back in Anger. Georgia hearted Mark Twain. Dakar, Senegal and Ankeny, Iowa looked Beyond the Fringe.
St. Ignatius, Montana bid Welcome Home, Jenny Sutter. Kent, Washington explored posts on the Federal Theatre Project. Ligonier, PA and Conway, Arkansas met G.W. Shaw and My Fair Lady. Shakuntala attracted someone in Sulpher, Louisiana.
Inquiring minds in Koln, Germany and Rosny-sous-bois, Ile-de-France wanted to know more about August Wilson.
St. John's of Antigua and Barbuda were curious about Requiem in Arcata. Amsterdam traveled to Korbel V. Portugal accessed Babes in Toyland.
Readers in Finland, Japan and Buffalo, New York were among those who paid their respects to Leonard Nimoy here. Syosset, New York viewed "Print is the new vinyl," among those who selected recent posts.
So some of posts specifically selected were as recent as a few days ago, and some were posts from as long ago as 2007 (at least of the dates I noticed.)
I've said it before, I'll say it once more: This is the Internet I believe in: access to a backlist forever, from anywhere, at any time. An Internet for individuals as well as the swarm of the moment.