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!
2008/10/23 Roger Day <[log in to unmask]>:
> sorry to return to the dogfight but I'm bored. I tried to stay away
> and lead a useful life but no, like a druggie wanting another fix ...
> I've never denied that you can get "brilliant and exciting" stuff out
> of s. Then again, chuck a million monkeys at anything and you'll get
> something good out of it.
> The East European stuff always sounded like zombie shakespeare. In
> fact what we do sounds like Zombie shakespeare. Zombies.
> I always knew you were a decent shelagh, Alison :-)
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