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If Shakespeare wrote 'The Big Lebowski'

01.08.2010
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If Jane Austen's literary classics can withstand being mashed together with zombies and sea creatures, surely The Dude can abide revision by The Bard.

Writer Adam Bertocci has drawn inspiration from William Shakespeare and re-imagined the Coens' cult classic THE BIG LEBOWSKI as a full five-act play, a "most excellent comedie and tragical romance" called TWO GENTLEMEN OF LEBOWSKI.

BIG LEBOWSKI fanatics who have memorized every line should definitely witness how The Knave and Sir Walter go about their carpet-seeking journey in Shakespearean verse and prose. At the very least, enacting the play should provide a fascinating new activity for the next LebowskiFest.

Check out the play in its entirety HERE, download it HERE, or hit them up on Facebook HERE.

Extra Tidbit: "By my heart, a goodly rug."
Source: Run Leia Run

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4:20PM on 01/09/2010

Dare I say...

The best thing Shakespeare ever would've wrote? Yes. By far.
The best thing Shakespeare ever would've wrote? Yes. By far.
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6:36AM on 01/09/2010

The new look

He joblo. I like where the new look is going. But I can't read neither the status updates nor the text under the trailers/reviews on the right (I'm using firefox/vista). And I don't see the red and green ratings on the comments...
He joblo. I like where the new look is going. But I can't read neither the status updates nor the text under the trailers/reviews on the right (I'm using firefox/vista). And I don't see the red and green ratings on the comments...
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2:01AM on 01/09/2010
Absolute genius.
Absolute genius.
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1:18AM on 01/09/2010

Fucking Genius

I can't stop reading it except to come back here and say that I can't stop reading it.

The Knave abides, the Knave abides ...
I can't stop reading it except to come back here and say that I can't stop reading it.

The Knave abides, the Knave abides ...
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12:04AM on 01/09/2010
Can't wait to see this at the Shakespeare Festival in Utah.
Can't wait to see this at the Shakespeare Festival in Utah.
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