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Week 15: The Comedy of Errors

Play: The Comedy of Errors
Last Read: Prior to January 2013

Structure:
9.0/10.0

Let’s get this out of the way: It’s formulaic. Let’s also get this out of the way:  1,087 more words

Scrooge Belichick Meets Ghost of Future Super Bowls

DATELINE: ZOMBIELAND

 

Something is rotten in the state of Foxboro.

We haven’t quite seen Hamlet’s Ghost, but it is starting to look like the Ghost of Past, Present, and Future Super Bowls may be making a call and throwing a yellow flag. 228 more words

NFL

HUMORSCOPES Week of 10-19-14 "May the Farce be with You!!!"

Sponsor: T. Renee Richardson, www.psychic-services.com

Aries – (March 21 – April 19) Om ai! Your vision board gets so bored that it makes a surprising entry into your date book. 428 more words

T. Renee Richardson

Identify Thief and Muppets Go Into Our Ash Film Canister

DATELINE: MOVIE MASHUP


We tried. Forgive us, but we tried. Our general rule of thumb in doing movie reviews is that we avoid taking an axe to a bad movie. 313 more words

Politics & Society

Hollywood Party: Last 3 Performances!

For the past two months I’ve been rehearsing and performing in a play, a farce that takes place in the 1920’s.  I play several characters, including Greta Garbo, Gilda Gray, and the token drunk flapper girl, Johanna Vanderbilt (she’s not really a Vanderbilt).   206 more words

Men and Women

                                             

 

A comment from loupmojo warrants its own reposting, so those who have already seen my blog today will see it as well. It is a perfect humorous illustration of my chopped liver post!  Thanks, loupmojo.  Hilarious.

Judy Dykstra-Brown

“This fellow is wise enough to play the fool.”

Twelfth Night, Act 3, Scene 1

William Shakespeare

‘The Play That Goes Wrong’ has had one of the best publicity campaigns I’ve ever seen in theatre. 702 more words

Review