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Default Patrick Stewart interview about Hamlet

I can recommend the following interview with Patrick Stewart about
playing Hamlet's father and Claudius, because it's like a
scene-within-a-scene about personal "time," and not a Holo-Deck memory
about Captain Picard's life. Very poignant, honest, and revealing.

I'd like to see Stewart, at 66, play Lear or Shakespeare, himself. I'm
sure he could do a competent job reading the sonnets.
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From The Times

July 14, 2008

Patrick Stewart: from captain to Hamlet

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http://entertainment.timesonline.co....cle4317650.ece
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On Jul 14, 3:37*pm, wrote:
> I can recommend the following interview with Patrick Stewart about
> playing Hamlet's father and Claudius, because it's like a
> scene-within-a-scene about personal "time," and not a Holo-Deck memory
> about Captain Picard's life. *Very poignant, honest, and revealing.
>
> I'd like to see Stewart, at 66, play Lear or Shakespeare, himself. I'm
> sure he could do a competent job reading the sonnets.
> -----------------------------------------
>
> From The Times
>
> July 14, 2008
>
> Patrick Stewart: from captain to Hamlet
>
> See athttp://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/sta...


I'm guessing this was meant for a different group... unless Capt.
Picard is a fan of the Puerh or FF Darjeeling.

- Dominic
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On Jul 14, 12:48*pm, "Dominic T." > wrote:
... unless Capt.
> Picard is a fan of the Puerh or FF Darjeeling.


Earl Grey, hot.
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On Mon, 14 Jul 2008 12:48:03 -0700 (PDT), "Dominic T."
> wrote:

>On Jul 14, 3:37*pm, wrote:
>> I can recommend the following interview with Patrick Stewart about
>> playing Hamlet's father and Claudius, because it's like a
>> scene-within-a-scene about personal "time," and not a Holo-Deck memory
>> about Captain Picard's life. *Very poignant, honest, and revealing.
>>
>> I'd like to see Stewart, at 66, play Lear or Shakespeare, himself. I'm
>> sure he could do a competent job reading the sonnets.
>> -----------------------------------------
>>
>> From The Times
>>
>> July 14, 2008
>>
>> Patrick Stewart: from captain to Hamlet
>>
>> See athttp://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/sta...

>
>I'm guessing this was meant for a different group... unless Capt.
>Picard is a fan of the Puerh or FF Darjeeling.
>
>- Dominic


Sorry. Yes, I think that's tea Picard is often drinking. bookburn
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