Kiseung, is the mystery monk and a very important member of the Kung Fu Hamlet cast and so I’ve decided to blog all about Kiseung today. Many of his dearest friends, including my younger sister Cassie, who doesn’t actually know Kiseung very well, think he’s a cool guy and very funny. Kiseung likes to write […]
Archive for December, 2005
CAST: Mary Ellen, we in the cast simply adore your coat!
MARY ELLEN: Why thank you, it’s so marvelous, don’t you think?
CAST: To die for! Whatever is it made out of?
MARY ELLEN: Wookie.
Today, or yesterday, rather, was the day in which those of us who celebrate Kwanzaa celebrate the virtues of self-determination. As we all know from the emotional climax of T2: Judgement Day, Arnold Schwarzenegger cannot Self-Determinate. However, when hearing that his hometown of Graz, Austria was going to remove his name from the soccer stadium […]
As those of you who are cool may already know, there is a Kung Fu Hamlet comedy duo being performed at speech and debate tournaments this year, the two renegades responsible for this highly entertaining and successful performance thingy are coached by none other than Drew Hammond, who is known in the Munich circles as […]
For today’s post I dipped into the archives and found this still from some footage shot by my cousin Nicholas last summer during our fringe run. One of the additions to the show was the beloved Yorick and his infamous skull. Here I am pictured repairing the skull with candlewax for it dries so much […]
Well, despite the Reds’ stunning and disappointing loss to Sao Paolo in the FIFA club world championship final Sunday in Japan, Michelle showed up to rehearse in her usual attire, that being the Liverpool home kit. See here as she battles Matt Dawson and gives him the vicious snake bite maneuver, a move so hideous […]
There may be a new element to Kung Fu Hamlet this year. In the tradition of Shakespeare, Cervantes and Tolstoy we might incorporate another literary element to offset all of the low brow physical comedy and violence inherent in kung fu cinema. In each scene audience members will be asked to locate a tall slender […]
Today at rehearsal Ryan ate a rice krispie treat and after he dropped it on the floor Jerome explained that there is actually scientific evidence which supports the five second rule. However, it is likely that since a rice krispie treat is sticky that the number of seconds it takes for bacterias to climb onto […]