Wiliam Shakspeare’s Truly Tragic Tragedie – Richard and Juliet (a part)

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And now on Toe-in-the-Water Radio, we bring you the latest episode of our continuing ‘Play For This Day’ a tale of ‘star-cross’d lovers’, Wiliam Shakspeare’s Richard & Juliet!

Act 2, Scene 2: The Balcony Scene.

Rich: Hark! Hark! The dogs do bark
Our King Dickie is having a lark

What light from yonder window breaks
It is Juliet, and I am the sun of York.

Juliet: Bog Off, Crookback!

Rich: Whores! Whores! My kingdom’s full of whores!

TBC

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6 responses to “Wiliam Shakspeare’s Truly Tragic Tragedie – Richard and Juliet (a part)

  1. Lol! I think Monty Python is looking for you 🙂

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