vanitashaze: Girl on a dark beach. (Default)
So, guess what I did Friday night? That's right, I saw the cross-dressing Folger Shakespeare Theatre production of Romeo & Juliet with my mother! We were very bad theatregoers, mostly because she couldn't stop laughing at Juliet's flailing about. People actually got up and moved away. More - on the show, not badly-behaved mothers - later, though I will say this: the guy who played Mercutio was very, very good.

...Apparently, he was on The Wire. Which, you know, kind of figures.

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vanitashaze: Girl on a dark beach. (Default)
1. So, last Saturday I saw the Shakespeare Free-For-All production of Hamlet with my cohorts. Despite the fact that - in typical Wash D.C. fashion - it poured most of the day and was disgustingly hot the rest of it, it was actually a rather pleasant experience. Most of the time was spent sniggering over the Hamlet/Horatio. It was an unusually energetic performance, really. Jeffrey Carlson (the actor playing Hamlet) was flopped around a LOT. And the first time he and Horatio were onstage together, he jumped on top of him.

Also, I discovered that there are Shakespeare graphic novels. How cool is that?

2. After reading [ profile] cerebel's Chase The Higher Ground, I want to see Iron Man again. And Prince Caspian, even though it made me cry.

3. 3rd of the Turchwyd femslash mixes, completed even if it's a little late. (And yes, Alice and Emily are the infamous Torchwood Lesbians. You know the ones.)

she said, 'roll out and make your mark, pull on your boots and march. meet me where you'll find me doing my own part' )


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