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PLAYER: Tragedy, sir. Deaths and disclosures, universal and particular, denouements both unexpected and inexorable, transvestite melodrama on all levels including the suggestive. We transport you into the world of intrigue and illusion... clowns, if you like, murderers - we can do you ghosts and battles, on the skirmish levels, heroes, villains, tormented lovers - set pieces in the poetic vein; we can do you rapiers or rape or both, by all means, faithless wives and ravished virgins - flagrante delicto at a price, but that comes under realism for which there are special terms. Getting warm, am I? [ R/G ]



2009 --
Lubimov07 Lubimov'07 : 90! -- when?

pomo --
From PoMo

blogging --

lessons of 2007 : pre-production for R/G are Dead



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Last show --


... end of act one :

(HAMLET enters, backwards, talking, followed by POLONIUS, upstage.  ROS
and GUIL occupy the two downstage corners looking upstage.)
     HAMLET: ...  for you yourself, sir, should be as  old as I am if like a
crab you could go backwards.
     POLONIUS (aside): Though this be madness, yet there  is  method in  it.
Will you walk out of air, my Lord?
     HAMLET: Into my grave.
     POLONIUS: Indeed, that's out of air.
     (HAMLET crosses  to upstage exit, POLONIUS asiding unintelligibly until
     My lord, I will take my leave of you.
     HAMLET: You cannot take  from me  anything that I  will more  willingly
part withal - except my life, except my life, except my life...
     POLONIUS (crossing downstage): Fare you well, my lord. (To ROS.) You go
to seek Lord HAMLET? There he is.
     ROS (to POLONIUS) God save you, sir.
     (POLONIUS goes.)
     GUIL (calls upstage to HAMLET): My honoured Lord!
     ROS: My most dear Lord!
     (HAMLET centred upstage, turns to them.)
     HAMLET: My excellent good friends! How dost thou Guildenstern?  (Coming
downstage with am arm raised  to  ROS, GUIL meanwhile bowing to no greeting.
HAMLET corrects himself. Still to ROS.) Ah Rosencrantz!
     (They laugh good naturedly at the mistake. They all meet midstage, turn
upside to walk, HAMLET in the middle, arm over each shoulder.)
     HAMLET: Good lads, how do you both?

     (A fade  out. That is  to say,  the conversation - see Shakespeare, Act
II, Scene ii - runs down quickly; it is still animated and interspersed with
laughter, but it is overtaken by rising music and fading light.)

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2009 -- web-show "Utopia" 08 case study : R/G are Dead [ play analysis ] *