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I love Twelfth Night! We seem to be in the minority with this one.

ardubu wrote:The Twelfth Night and Henry V.
I actually like almost all of them...


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Another Twelfth Night fan here!


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Man, Hamlet is just a ripoff of The Lion King.

Remember, if you're too open-minded, your brains could fall out.


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Much Ado about Nothing, so funny!!


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janniegunn wrote:Much Ado About Nothing


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quality posts: 38 Private Messages goldenthorn

My mother named me for the fairy queen in A Midsummer Night's Tale, so I've got a soft spot for that one. Much Ado About Nothing is also pretty sweet and delightfully fair to the ladies. Titus Andronicus is hard and horrible and wonderful. And The Winter's Tale is braintight greatness... hmm, I don't think I have a favorite. Depends on my mood, like anything.


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Much Ado About Nothing, great play and two great movie versions


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bluejester wrote:Julius Caesar for me.

"The fault, dear Brutus, lies not in our stars,
But ourselves, that we are underlings."

Although, Much Ado About Nothing had some great moments too...


Listening to the voices is calming. Except for Fernado, he pushes my buttons.


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i was in *a comedy of errors* in college and found it hilarious!


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Of the few I have read I'd go with A Midsummer Night's Dream. I feel like that's an uncertain favorite though. Like saying track 2 is your favorite on an album when you've only listened to 5 out of say 80 tracks.

There is a comic called Pibgorn that has done some excellent adaptations of a selection of Shakespeare's works. If anyone's interested it's working through Romeo and Juliet now.


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Taming of the Shrew / Midsummer Night's Dream


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Much Ado About Nothing

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Taming of the Shrew


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Midsummer -- it's got so much of everything. The first time I directed Twelfth Night, I fell in love with it so now Olivia has crept into my top Shakespeare characters list. Of the tragedies, I like King Lear best. I've always wanted to play the fool.