You know, back in the day, Shakespeare wasn't considered elite. Oh sure, his plays were performed for royalty, but they were actually written for tradesmen, shopkeepers, average Joes, anybody who could pay a penny for a ticket. Mostly he wrote plays for the common man, using the language of the times. Times have changed. In Shakespeare for Slackers: Romeo and Juliet, not only do you get the original play written by William Shakespeare, but you also get what a few of us think he probably would have written if he were still around today. (And if he sat around watching a lot of television.) It's Shakespeare translated, retold, vandalized, brutalized, and outright demolished to suit the language of the times. Why? Because we can.... and Ia#39;ve met someone I ought not to, and now shea#39;s metme when shereally shouldna#39;t have, and nowweboth need you tohelp us fix thiswhole mess by changing my last name to a#39;Banderasa#39;. But dona#39;t worry, nobodya#39;s done anything bad yet.
|Title||:||Shakespeare for Slackers; Romeo and Juliet|
|Author||:||Aaron Kite, Audrey Evans, Jade Brooke|
|Publisher||:||Five Rivers Chapmanry - 2014-05-01|