We premiered our one-hour version of William Shakespeare’s Long Lost First Play (abridged) at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe last week, and RSC UK cast members Joseph Maudsley, Matt Pearson, and James Percy discuss the ups and downs of further reduction. Featuring problems with pacing, riding over slumps, totally different experiences, 30-year anniversaries, terrific venues, Fringe memories, swan songs, retained poignancy, the challenges of dealing with audience volunteers, and also the challenge of being an audience volunteer. Puckin’ Ariel! (Length 20:29)

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  1. Just thought you’d like to know that I was just notified of the marks I got for this essay. I got a distinction (75%) which I am very please with as I wrote the last part of it wioth a massive sinus infection.

  2. Re. writing while people are talking in the background…

    It’s a skill I have learnt over many years although there have been times that I have write about what I was listening to instead of the essay topic!! I find writing in total silence distracting, although my younger brother says that he can’t write with background noise.

  3. Nerd!!

    That’s awesome. I’ll make sure Elizabeth sees your comment. (Although I don’t know how you can write while listening to people jabber….)

  4. Thought you guys might like to know I listened to this week’s podcast as I was writing an essay on the social differences and inequailties shown in science fiction or utopian/dystopian fiction for my Media and Society class at university.

    While I didn’t write it on Star Trek ( I wrote about George Orwell’s 1984 which is one of my all-time favourite novels), I found it very enlightening and amusing as always!

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