17 April 2010 - Behind this up-and-coming dictator...

posted 16th Apr 2010, 10:19 PM

17 April 2010 - Behind this up-and-coming dictator...
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16th Apr 2010, 10:19 PM

Lich_Barrister

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Just as the previous is the most excellent of Lady M's monologues, this is the finest dialogue she gets. And, so long as there's a memorable and capable actor in the role (and an intelligent director), Lady M just works Macbeth over here. It's a thing of fearsome beauty. I cut it down a fair stretch - though I ran out of room for all that I wanted for Macbeth at the start, alas, which sort of wrecked the "starting the scene with the lights dimmed" effect somewhat. I even ran out of room for the joke; maybe it'll get tacked on the opening of tomorrow's.

And a big ol' No-Prize to anyone who can tell me what's amiss with the minifigs here...

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27th Apr 2010, 1:56 PM

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My guess is that the eyebrows on the scared Marion face have been altered to make it look angry instead. Am I right?

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27th Apr 2010, 9:26 PM

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Basically - I did the eyes and the eyebrows, but looking at them again, it's clear that a mere eyebrow swap would have sufficed. Funny how the brows alone can be so expressive!

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