Let the nightmares begin (soon)


Well, with yesterday’s release of This Week in Shakespeare, we’re back on the news train (#TuesdayIsNEWSday).

And with last week’s release of the Chalsma/Melville interview, we’re back on the podcast train.

Now, I just need to get back to regularly writing about Shakespeare.

That’s going to be a little tougher. In an attempt to expedite my Masters degree, I’m taking two course this term instead of the usual one. Logically, I really should have understood that this would mean double work. Which would mean something would have to give.

But as I’m moving forward with my putting together a production script for a mythical once-and-future production of The Comedy of Errors, I’m going to¬† chronicle that process of editorial preparation.

In the next couple of weeks, you’ll also be seeing (and more importantly, hearing) the results of my “nightmare engine” experiments. This is a weird/disturbing sound-generating machine to use for Halloween–oh, who am I kidding…it’s really something for a mythical once-and-future production of Andronicus… which will probably never see the light of day (or the dark of a theater) but a boy can dream, can’t he?

Or at least have nightmares…

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