I love Shakespeare. Anyone who knows me knows that.
I'm sorry to say, Romeo and Juliet is one of my least favorites. Partly because it's been done so many times, but mostly because Romeo and Juliet always seem a little insane. Maybe that's Shakespeare's point: Combine teenage mentality and true love and well, it's not going to run smooth.
Which is why I find this so hilarious.
What are your thoughts on Romeo and Juliet?
Which Shakespeare is you favorite?
Oh my gosh, this is so funny!ReplyDelete
lol...that is absolutely fabulous. Thanks for sharing. :)ReplyDelete
I just got back from the Utah Shakespeare Festival. What a field day therapists could have with Shakespeare's leading characters. :)
Oh I love the Shakespeare Festival in Cedar City! And Shakespeare really does have a cast of disturbed people.Delete
Loved that video. I didn't realize she is only 14 in the play, that explains a lot. I really don't like Romeo and Juliet either. They aren't very good problem solvers.ReplyDelete
Ha! I love it--they aren't good problem solvers!Delete
That was great! I have to admit I have not read any of his work other than R&J and I honestly liked it. I enjoyed the Hatfield and McCoy battles the families had.I spent the majority of my time reading Poe or Lovecraft but am going to make it a point to read more of his work. The courses I am taking for my English Literature degree is going to force me into it anyway so may as well get a head start! Will soon be getting my blog back up again with another running storyline. I have been attending some writing seminars that have got my writing juices flowing in my brain again and am loving it.ReplyDelete
Haha I love this! We watched like 15 studio c movies last night. They're funny! And yes, Shakespeare definitely didn't hold back on the dramatic plot lines!ReplyDelete
That's awesome! The therapist was hilarious. Um ... umReplyDelete
I really like Much Ado About Nothing.ReplyDelete
My daughter and her friends LOVE Studio C and watch it every week. Thanks for this one.