"Tell us a bit about X-Men. Because you’re actually rivals in X-Men."
Sir Patrick Stewart: “You can’t harm Shakespeare”
Even if most of the Austin Comic Con attendees wouldn’t classify themselves as Shakespeare aficionados, Sir Patrick spoke with such passion and clarity that I started to feel like a Shakespeare scholar myself. Sir Patrick even had advice for actors and readers of the Bard who might be struggling to understand the text.
“Look, you can’t harm Shakespeare,” he assured the audience. “Do whatever you like with it. And one of the great things to do with Shakespeare, a great exercise, is to put it in your own words. Have the speech in your head and then rewrite it… and articulate it. It is one of the very best exercises for learning Shakespeare is not verbose, and overcomplicated — he’s actually incredibly precise and exact.”
Maybe “Look, you can’t harm Shakespeare” should be the motto for SHREW. How’s that crest coming Rin?
Maybe it could become the second half? Because I think we should hold onto 'dildos et canes ante traditionem'.
also this is your daily reminder that patrick stewart exists
NOT APPROPRIATE BRIDGE BEHAVIOR, CAPTAIN.
Sir Patrick Stewart as John of Gaunt in Richard II (The Hollow Crown series)
JOHN OF GAUNT GIVES NO FUCKS
Patrick Stewart managed to transcend the terrible headgear choices this adaption made. SO FEW FUCKS.
More Sir Patrick cheese love.
THE NEAL’S YARD DAIRY STAFF! Such a cool cheese place. This would be where I decided that I might have to establish an informal church for the worship of Stilton.
WHAT HAIR. TV GUIDE. REALLY.
that being said I am in NO WAY AT ALL COMPLAINING NOT EVEN A LITTLE.
Just followed ‘sexyolddudes’.
^ that’s where my shame would go if I had any.
3 guys and a legend in the middle
With T.R. Knight.
Sir Patrick Stewart carrying the olympic torch today
Patrick Stewart as Launce, with his dog Crab, during rehearsals for Robin Phillips’ production of ‘Two Gentlemen Of Verona’ for the Royal Shakespeare Company, London, 15th September 1970.