http://subterraneanpress.com/index.php/magazine/spring2007/audio-rude-mechanicals-by-kage-baker/ Someone mentioned this book in the comments, and I apologize for losing the original reference. This short book (about 10 chapters, under 3 hours audio) by Kage Baker is apparently part of a series, and deals with the (mis-)adventures of a couple of time travelling cyborgs. Why do we care? Well, because in this … Continue reading Audiobook : Rude Mechanicals
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I did not see this coming! Looks like it’s time for somebody to try A Midsummer Night’s Dream on the big screen again: Interesting. Looks like they’re going with the original text, which is always a good way to start in my book. The biggest name attached appears to be Rachel Leigh Cook (Hermia) who … Continue reading Midsummer Movie!
Today I found “10 Things You Didn’t Know About A Midsummer Night’s Dream“. Let’s play! Link to Beatles playing the Rude Mechanicals…..check. Moons of Uranus named after fairies? Check. Samuel Pepys didn’t like it. I know. Dame Judi Dench played Titania in the 1960’s and then again in 2010? Yup. I … Continue reading I Always Take “10 Things You Didn’t Know” Posts As A Challenge
Bardfilm and Shakespeare Geek have put their heads together and taken the rare step of combining Shakespeare and the genre of Light Bulb Jokes, with the following results: How many Henry VIs does it take to change a light bulb? Only one, but he has to do it in three parts. How many Prosperos does … Continue reading Shakespearean Light Bulb Jokes (Guest Post)