24 July 2010 - There's always "Death of an Interstellar Salesman"

posted 24th Jul 2010, 12:58 AM

24 July 2010 - There's always "Death of an Interstellar Salesman"
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24th Jul 2010, 12:58 AM

Lich_Barrister

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Ah, mash-ups of modern theatre and "Star Trek." Is there anything better than Ibsen's "A Data's House?"

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24th Jul 2010, 5:34 AM

Deathdog

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What about "American Idiot on the Edge of Forever"? Seeing Spock as a punk rocker brings a tear of joy to my eye every time.

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24th Jul 2010, 5:53 AM

Capt. Redstorm

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Ibsen eh? Funny you should bring that up. Watched an anime a couple weeks ago where that play was referenced. Although I don't know much about it. Anyway... A robot scared of the spider or just surprised to see it? "Our Khan," sounds like it'd be great as well.

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24th Jul 2010, 8:45 AM

Lich_Barrister

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@Deathdog: I approve, and hope to secure a subscription to your upcoming theatrical season.

@Capt. Redstorm: If memory serves, "A Doll's House" is both early realism and also a seminal nineteenth-century feminist work by a male author. It's one of those ones you know of and have heard the conclusion rather than read it or seen it - least, my prof said that and I chose to believe him. ;)
And Sir Veux is surprised by the spider. Maybe he'll get a name at long, long last...

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24th Jul 2010, 10:08 PM

Capt. Redstorm

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@ Dennis: lol. I'd pay to see that.

@ Lich: Sir Veux. Oh ho ho. XD

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