I couldnt give a fuck if you or anyone else thinks shakespeare is
"exciting" - you can make the telephone directory in theatre
"exciting". My beef is with the stultifying effect of S on English
culture. If other poor deluded fools want to put on s, that's up to
On Wed, Oct 22, 2008 at 10:27 PM, Alison Croggon <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Heh heh. Coincidentally I saw Romeo and Juliet in Lithuanian last
> night. Set in a bakery. It was a total pisstake on masculine machismo
> and male violence and especially on the culture of vendetta. The
> second half was basically a danse macabre, the first grotesquely
> funny. Extraordinary theatre. You'll never convince me it's dull!
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