catriona · nineteen · edinburgh
i like shakespeare, musicals, and scottish independence
kieren in simon’s jumpers is cute okay
Scottish Independence as Romantic Comedy | UNITED QUEENDOM | Trailer
One undead extended ami captured by another, wandering around and inside the Musain :: Joey Peters, photographed by Jamie Muscato
I thought i should compile it for you guys since i figured someone might do that already.
The concept was to figure out a team of women maybe collected by a good Cassandra nova to be a very formidable force/ or to fight her, you choose. I wanted characters who were powerful but had preexisting relationships but also shared an opposite personality. Like two different elemental, Two very different psychics, Two crazy sisters and allot of great personalities. Plus like oprah said…..Everyone gets a headpiece! :)
Other mutants i wanted to use were Firestar and Shadow Cat Sprite coustume (pink) . I opted for Sunpyre cause i love japan and wanted some women from different countries
Also Huntress from DC would’ve work too.
Be on the look out for these guys at SDCC 2014 table HH20.
get to know me meme: [2/6] favorite on-stage actresses → idina menzel
Rory Kinnear, from his essay ‘Character and Conundrum’, in Living With Shakespeare ed. Susannah Carson (via thepurposeofplaying)
#I am waiting for the day when I see ‘to be’ done#with some real tension between acting for the benefit of claudius and polonius#and honesty towards the audience#I think part of the reason I’m not that big a fan of it (compared to the other soliloquies anyway)#is that productions always seem to choose ‘hamlet knows he’s being spied on and this is all an act’#or ‘he has no idea claudius and polonius are there and this 100% what he’s feeling’#and I would love to see a hamlet for whom elements of both are really true?#I have this image in my head of a teenage hamlet who begins all melodramatic and clearly artificial#almost mocking claudius and polonius daring them to call his bluff#and then sort of#descending into this really dark place as he goes along#where he’s speaking honestly about his fears#because he knows he’s the protagonist of a revenge tragedy now#(his direct interaction w/ the audience really emphasizing his awareness of his narrative place?)#and he knows that means he can’t live#and he doesn’t want to die (sauntering-vaguely)