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Leave wringing of your hands.

Poor Gertie. She’s just watched her son murder a man someone, who, while she may not have liked him (or maybe she did) was close enough to trust with important things, intimate things. 80 more words


Thou findest to be too busy is some danger.

I found this out pretty early, myself.
In high school, I got myself into every possible theatrical activity I could find. At one point, I was doing four shows at once – on top of going to school. 201 more words


Addicted to a Universe in a Nutshell

Carl Sagan famously suggested that human consciousness is the way the universe comes to know itself. Long before, Hamlet had showed the tragic irony of this position by knowing, but never acting the way he could or should have. 1,001 more words

Hamlet at the Almeida review *****


Almeida Theatre, 11th March 2017

“…. but I’ve forgotten what Hamlet is about. 

It’s about a young man called Hamlet. And a girl called Ophelia who goes mad.  809 more words


Today's Quote

“This above all- to thine own self be true,
And it must follow, as the night the day,
Thou canst not then be false to any man.” 10 more words


Hamlet - Act I, Scene I

I’ve wanted to do something like this for a while. Let me know if you enjoy it, or if I’m just trying too hard to be funny! 628 more words


Take thy fortune.

Let’s see. Let’s look at your palm, Polonius – see what’s ahead for you. Hmmm. Interesting. It’s death.
That’s what you’re taking with you. That’s all that’s ahead. 74 more words