It's for a one line gag in The Shakespeare Delusion which I'm performing in a little under four weeks time. I just need one line of Shakespeare, which is obviously rubbish (or weird - I'll take weird) to punctuate the joke. My choice of line for the first version which premiered a couple of years ago was so so - so I've asked the internet for suggestions.
So far I've had:
- To step out of these dreary dumps
- A maid and stuffed? Aye, there's goodly catching of cold.
- I marvel thy master hath not eaten thee for a word; for thou art not so long by the head as honorificabilitudinitatibus: thou art easier swallowed than a flap-dragon.
- Betwixt Dravidian shores and linear five nine three oh one six seven point oh two, and strikes the fulsome grove of Rexel Four. Co-radiating crystal, activate!
The winner of my favourite shit quote will get a free copy of the published script with a thank you inside! There, that's an incentive for you. Either tweet me @RobertCrighton or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Shakespeare Delusion is performing at the Quay Theatre on Monday 26th May, at the LOST One-Act Festival on Wednesday 28th May and later in the year at the Face to Face Festival.