Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Screaming Goat Shakespeare

Goat, Screaming, et al. "Screaming Goat Shakespeare."  A.K.A. "Yelling Goat Shakespeare" and "Screaming Sheep Shakespeare."  Aubrey and Touchstone Among the Goats. Internet Meme. Web. 20 March 2013.

Although sillier than Bardfilm’s usual fare, the idea of the Screaming Goat (although I think this is actually a sheep) performing Shakespeare proved irresistible.

Several selections follow. Find your favorite among them!

Where Be Your Gibes Now?

To Be or Not To B[l]e[at].

Is this a Dagger?

Wherefore Art Thou Screaming?

Full of Sound and Fury.

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