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October 21, 2008

Shakespeare's Maccain

“A reinvigorating new performance of the classic play sees a warrior prince, goaded on by his unscrupulous female consort, attempt to murder his rival to the throne. However, he finds himself tormented by the ghost of his old friend Powell and even by his own remorse...

Sample dialogue:

Third Republican: Maccain shall never vanquish’d be, until

Minorities lose voting apathy

In numbers enough to sustain lib’ral

Support against the conservative core

Of America.

Maccain: That shall never be.

Who can impress upon the urban youth

To take an active int’rest in current

Affairs?

Voter: Our fears have made us traitors.”

Too much time on my hands, perhaps, but I’d pay good money to see this.  Now I just need suitably blatant names for the witches.  'Consumerism', 'Multi-National Corporation' and 'Islamophobia', perhaps...


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