Wednesday, August 15, 2007

The Onion is still funny

"Unconventional Director Sets Shakespeare Play In Time, Place Shakespeare Intended"
My favorite part:
Hiles said he became drawn to the prospect of setting the play [The Merchant of Venice] in such an unorthodox locale while casually rereading the play early last year. He noticed that Venice was mentioned several times in the text, not only in character dialogue, but also in italics just before the first character speaks.


Cold Bacon said...


Sebastian said...

Farcical; aquatic.

JMW said...


Bryan said...

Two thumbs up! A blog entry for the ages!