Pulp Shakespeare

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29 Responses to “Pulp Shakespeare”

  1. robuluz says:

    Alas, poor Marvin.

  2. Iggy Ig says:

    boingboing jumps the shark!

  3. Warren_Terra says:

    See also the trailer for Tempests, the Shakespearean sequel to both Alien and The Tempest.

  4. hypersomniac says:

    Papyrus Phantasms Scribed by Lord Tarentino

  5. Stonewalker says:

    You done fucked up!
    You have fucked up!
    Now you have fucked up!
    You have fucked up now!

  6. PaulMorel says:

    Wow! That works remarkably well! I think I would watch that.

  7. oddboyout says:

    My friend is working on the current production. Definitely catch it if you can. Amazing. Currently playing at Theatre Asylum and they’ve extended showing until the 24th. https://www.facebook.com/events/128752400574776/

  8. TaymonBeal says:

    As I recall, The Big Lebowski received a similar treatment two years ago.

  9. cmholm says:

    Huzzah! 

  10. Amazing, even if I don’t understand everything they’re saying. :)

  11. nibor says:

    Seems the script came from a collaborative project http://pulpbard.wikispaces.com/Compilation-Bard+Fiction+Performance

  12. simonbarsinister says:

    Serpents on a hell-hearted ship!

  13. Terry Fairbrother says:

    damn, I really enjoyed that

  14. Chris Wade says:

    “Speak ‘What’ again! Thou cur, cry ‘What’ again!
    I dare thee utter ‘What’ again but once!”

  15. GrueHunter says:

    Spyest thine eye a sign
    Thine Moorish manservant, laid low
    Rest him here?

  16. spool32 says:

    It really could use a more professional filming. 

  17. NelC says:

    And here‘s the script for the whole thing, as far as it goes, so far.

  18. Ben Tallen says:

    Hi there, I’m one of the writers of the original 2009 script, Bard Fiction. We’ve made our own expansion of the script to a full length play which will be performing in Chicago, opening March 16th for those with an interest!

  19. Hey, nice! We premiered that (titled “Bard Fiction”) at the MN Fringe in 2009! I played Jules and The Ghost (Christopher Walken). I loved the crap out of that show. SO fun.

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