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Scheduling is still TBD… (alas, the complications of working with an international cast with everyone in their own countries!)
Continuing our tradition of introducing a new technological innovation with each show — we will showcase physically accurate effects onstage… such as whizzing urine a la Sir Toby Belch; a grandiose shadow AO – befitting a self-smitten Malvolio; and the classic apple physics, but with a bout of booze, a broadsword and a bit of bondage… That and more, all revealed in the playscript above!
We also hope to test out Aussie timing — tentatively 10 PM SLT. Aussies, is that a good time?
Also… We are rebranding! Name to be revealed soon. Stay tuned!
I’m happy to announce that a new year has launched – the SL Shakespeare Company is moving onto its second year, and the play we will focus on bringing to Second Life is Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night.
But, as you know, we do more than just Shakespeare, and we sometimes take breaks from the year’s production. Last year, we stuck with Hamlet until we got sick of him, and took a bit of a hiatus with a month-long production of a tag-team costumed staged reading series of Twelfth Night, and also, we performed our first non-Shakespearean play just last month with One’s a Pawn of Time. Our goal this year is to be able to present the complete Twelfth Night play to you, in our usual extravagance. Production items for Twelfth Night will be in the !Twelfth Night category, and production blog items for non-Shakespearean productions will be in the !Challenge category.
This will be our production blog for the entire year.
It’s an entirely new look and different color scheme – Each entry is now marked by a large month/date bullet, which works well for a production blog. Since the blog is meant for just this year (the year of Twelfth Night), the theme also has a hint of the sea and parchment messages in bottles. It also comes with a neat accessibility feature. On the top right hand corner there’s a little widget you can click on to easily up or down the font size!