Thursday, September 06, 2007

Me at work!

Results of Shakey and You!

Click on the above or see me here too:

All the World's a Stage:




To Be:



Romeo and Juliet:



4 comments:

lallapop said...

Hello

My name is Alessandra Mattesini and I'm researcher in Shakespeare/Elizabethan literature in a French university (I'm Italien by the way. I just found your blogs by chance and I think they are very interesting so I decided to write to you and I hope we'll be in touch to share our love for Shakespeare.
my blog : http://lordbyronesque.blogspot.com
name of my blog :
la vraie vie est ailleurs
my e-mail :
lallapop1@yahoo.co.uk

Your sincerely

Alessandra Mattesini

Scot said...

Allan

I spent ages ploughing through the R&J project forums on Librivox and it snapped me straight back into the Shakespeare frame of mind. I don't have the equipment at home to record anything myself, but if I do leave the technological dark ages I 'll certainly post a link to nything I do.

I also had a squiz at some of your stuff - seems the Romanian accent has yet to affect you too severely!

Nice to see the rebelious subjects speech is a staple of yours :). I preferred "I know a bank" though, I like that magical aspect you get with A Midsumer Night's Dream, reminds you there's more to lfe than betrayal and adultery.

I should also say your most recent post - particularly the Hamlet talk - has inspired me to direct some kids for our regional Junior Shakespeare festival. I'd written off the idea of taking more on, but working with text again is too enticing. I can't just wait until uni to do another play.

Anyway, the point is, thanks. The material was all just there in the right place at the right time. Cheers mate.

Zach said...

I just watched the three movies and they were wonderful!! I'm very impressed with you're ability to work with the crowd. I also wanted to say that we are missing you over at LV. We've almost finished the 4th collection of Monologues and would much appreciate your presence.

-Shurtagal

Zach said...

I just watched the three movies and they were wonderful!! I'm very impressed with you're ability to work with the crowd. I also wanted to say that we are missing you over at LV. We've almost finished the 4th collection of Monologues and would much appreciate your presence.

-Shurtagal

Scot if you are watching this you would be appreciated at the Shakespearian Monologues over at librivox in the RW Short Works area. A.K. Farrar has already recorded Rebellious subjects and I know a bank for that project.