Henry IV, Part 2 (1990, Michael Bogdanov) part 5 of 15 Shakespeare's "King Henry IV, Part 2" from "The War of the Roses" (English Shakespeare Company, UK, 1990) is a direct filming, from the stage, of Michael Bogdanov and Michael Pennington's 7-play sequence based on Shakespeare's history plays. Falstaff - Barry Stanton Falstaff's Page - John Tramper Mistress Quickly - June Watson Bardolph - Colin Farrell (actor born 1938) Poins - Charles Dale Doll Tearsheet - Francesca Ryan Director Michael Bogdanov From Charles Cowden Clarke's"Shakespeare-Characters" : With the genial spirit in which his sweet nature was conceived, Shakespeare contrives to throw in some dash of feeling—a motion of our common humanity—some extenuation, even in his worst characters; for, whatever they were besides, they were also men, and unmitigated evil belongs only to the origin of all evil—not to human nature. With the accurate perception, however, of true morality, he has not imparted to the character of Falstaff—attractive as it is for its sociality, wit, humour, and imagination—any of those intrinsic qualities which would set him up as an object of imitation—of course in his convivialities, his roystering, and other laxities; but he has associated them with the meaner vices of profligacy, turning these to the fullest account in completing the character. Gross as the knight is, and wonderfully as the poet has relieved that grossness by the most brilliant flashes of wit and drollery, no mortal, it is to be presumed, ever arose from reading the plays in ...
2 Seconds of Lochia Thanx to Jerianne 4 da cell phone vid. Sorry so short. This means you are now on a mission to come see my next performance and get some good footage!
OOPS! 1, Real Bad Parking! Here's an oops video for you to either laugh or cry about the stupidity. Either way, your going to enjoy this video sponsored by Chuck's Apollo Trilogy novels. The music alone will make your soul dance while you view the dumb things people have done.
Henry IV, Part 1 (1990, Michael Bogdanov) part 15 of 17 Shakespeare's "King Henry IV, Part 1" performed by the The English Shakespeare Company Hotspur - Andrew Jarvis Earl of Worcester - Philip Bowen Sir Richard Vernon - Paul Brennen Falstaff - Barry Stanton Bardolph - Colin Farrell (actor born 1938) Henry Prince of Wales - Michael Pennington Earl of Westmoreland - Ben Bazell King Henry IV - Michael Cronin Director Michael Bogdanov go here to view Anthony Quayle do Falstaff's "honor" speech: go here to view Orson Wells do Falstaff's "honour" speech: excerpts from "AN ESSAY ON THE DRAMATIC CHARACTER OF SIR JOHN FALSTAFF" by Maurice Morgann (1777): Every man we may observe, has two characters; that is, every man may be seen externally, and from without;- or a section may be made of him, and he may be illuminated within Personal courage may be derived, especially after having acknowledged that he seemed to have deserted those points of honour, which are more peculiarly the accompaniments of rank. But it may be observed that in Feudal ages rank and wealth were not only connected with the point of honour, but with personal strength and natural courage With respect to every infirmity, except that of Cowardice, we must take him as at the period in which he is represented to us. If we see him dissipated, fat,- it is enough;- we have nothing to do with his youth, when he might perhaps have been modest, chaste, 'and not an Eagle's talon in the waist.' But Constitutional Courage extends to a man's whole ...
Non Sequitur - Short Film Several people are inexplicably drawn to a convenience store in an otherwise ordinary suburban neighborhood in this tale of unrequited love, homeless people and irritable bowel syndrome. There are times in life when everything seems to align and everything makes sense and all is right with the world. This is NOT one of those times. Directed By Gary Ravenscroft
Masyanya #1: New Stories .app [Release] It's been a long time, and we are pleased to inform you about the end of work on a new comics collection. The new comic book full title is Masyanya #1: New Stories. Of course, Oleg Kuvayev is the author of all stories and illustrations. The new collection includes brand new stories about the adventures of Masyanya, and her friends, Hryundel and Shaggy. There are no old stories in the release. All artworks made especially for iPhone и iPod touch that allowed us to get the best possible images and text.
Torpid Feral Drollery live at Pepper's in Vancouver, Washington, 04/18/09.
The Art of the Pantomime Dame: Jack Tripp (1922 - 2005) Filmed in 1982. Jack Tripp (February 4, 1922 - July 10, 2005) was a British comic actor best known for his many performances as a pantomime dame. He was one of the most popular pantomime dames of the post-war period; a master of drollery and pathos, and a stylish, if eccentric, dancer, he was once described by the Stage as "the John Gielgud of pantomime dames". Tripp's talents as a comic actor were not confined to the pantomime, but he will forever be associated with turning the role of dame into an art form. He played the part some 35 times, in the tradition of such classic dames as George Lacy and Douglas Byng. Never crude or over made-up, and always daintily dressed in lace-trimmed gingham, bloomers and immaculate white pinafores, he had a range of comic expressions - from a wide grin and a grimly pursed mouth to archly raised eyebrows - that said more than any smutty remark. The only performer ever to be appointed MBE for "services to pantomime", Tripp worked at every role with the seriousness of a Shakespearean actor. "Mother Goose," he would say, "is the Hamlet of pantomimes." He excelled at physical comedy, particularly knockabout routines, and he was a devotee of mimetic comedy. He first came to pantomime in the 1950s, initially playing the dame's son opposite Douglas Byng. But Tripp was soon promoted to dame and by the 1990s he had performed in all the traditional pantomime stories. His final panto appearances were as Nurse Ribena in *** in the Wood (Sadlers ...
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Wrong Place Wrong Time hahahahah.... that is really funny.. A sense of humour is the ability to experience humour, a quality which all people share, although the extent to which an individual will personally find something humorous depends on a host of absolute and relative variables, including geographical location, culture, maturity, level of education, and context. For example, young children (of any background) may possibly favour slapstick, such as Punch and Judy puppet shows or cartoons eg Tom and Jerry. Satire may rely more on understanding the target of the humour, and thus tends to appeal to more mature audiences. Non-satirical humor can be specifically termed "recreational drollery".
Kiziakov Alushta 2007 2d session
Jeremy Blutstein Stand Up Performance at the Crowe's Nest on March 11.mp4 This is at the Shennanigans and Drollery show hosted by Sean Lynch at the Crowe's Nest
The soul is not especially smart, by Mike Finley from DOG as a Metaphor for the Soul The Soul Isn't Especially Smart There are so many things it cannot do. It cannot do your taxes. It cannot read or type. It can't quote from Lord Russell. It cannot be wry, it is not in its nature. It will never discover a cure for anything. It lacks irony, drollery, duplicity In word and thought. It is unable to say one thing while meaning another. This thing is so thick it can't carry a grudge.
Buffalo Gals. Sam Slurheel and Cuffie have been arrested on a trumped-up vagrancy charge, and have landed in jail Independence, Missouri in 1859. They amuse themselves in their own droll fashion.
story time: gog part 1 gog tells a story after drinking a lot.
Funny Face - Ha,Ha,Ha - Humor,Grimace,Humour,Laughter,Balkan Bugi,Balkan Ekspres Humour or humor (see spelling differences) is the tendency of particular cognitive experiences to provoke laughter and provide amusement. The term derives from the humoral medicine of the ancient Greeks, which taught that the balance of fluids in the human body, known as humours (Latin: umor, "body fluid"), control human health and emotion. People of all ages and cultures respond to humour. The majority of people are able to experience humour, ie, to be amused, to laugh or smile at something funny, and thus they are considered to have a sense of humour. The hypothetical person lacking a sense of humour would likely find the behaviour induced by humour to be inexplicable, strange, or even irrational. Though ultimately decided by personal taste, the extent to which an individual will find something humorous depends upon a host of variables, including geographical location, culture, maturity, level of education, intelligence and context. For example, young children may favour slapstick, such as Punch and Judy puppet shows or cartoons such as Tom and Jerry. Satire may rely more on understanding the target of the humour and thus tends to appeal to more mature audiences. Nonsatirical humour can be specifically termed "recreational drollery". Many theories exist about what humour is and what social function it serves. The prevailing types of theories attempting to account for the existence of humour include psychological theories, the vast majority of which consider humour ...
Kaukauna Feral Drollery live at Pepper's in Vancouver, Washington, 04/18/09.
I'm Learning 3D Modeling This is my second attempt after having watched a few tutorials. Show us some luv!
"Flare-Up" This short film was created for the Film Racing Grand Prix 2010. Made in 100 hours.
Hedonism Day Feral Drollery live at Pepper's in Vancouver, Washington, 04/18/09.
drollery in a restaurant funny movie
Feral Drollery Live @ devils Point goggy plays 3 songs at a strip club!!!!
Jeremy Blutstein Stand Up Performance at the Crowe's Nest, March 4.mp4 This is a performance at the Crowe's Nest for the Shenanigans and Drollery show.
Feral Drollery Live at Aura 8/4/10 part 2 Back with a special edition of Aura. Like when GEorge Lucas messed around with STAR WARS
Dr.Drollery on Ugly ***es My alter ego Dr.Drollery on Ugly ***es! Enjoy!! :D
Petri Dish Circus (MWV12) See the history of microbiology in nine scenes of gags, burlesque, drollery and song. Produced by Active Cultures, the vernacular theatre of Maryland, Petri Dish Circus is a play loosely based off of the classic non fiction novel Microbe Hunters by Paul Henry de Kruif. Much like the original book first published in 1926 that describes 12 historical milestones in science, Active Cultures reenacts "the daring-do of Louis Pasteur in his Parisian lab, the Scotch fortitude of Ronald Ross as he travels through disease-stricken Africa, and the melancholy saga of Walter Reed as he battles Yellow Jack in Cuba" - all with a healthy dose of humor. In this episode we interview Mary Resing, artistic director for Active Cultures, who talks about Microbe Hunters as inspiration for theatre and her whimsical, and slightly pointed, approach to portraying the women featured in de Kruif's work. Excerpts from the actual performance are also featured.
Furries Feral Drollery live at Pepper's in Vancouver, Washington, 04/18/09.
Old Man Feral Drollery live at Pepper's in Vancouver, Washington, 04/18/09. FINALE
Feral Drollery - Salmon At Noon Live at Red Room.... ummmm... Nov 08? I think?? Sheesh. Cell phone vid and Windows Movie Maker. Add us on reverbnation! Less than three!!
Feral Drollery, Live at Red Room 11/18/09 Highlights from the comeback performance. Gog talks too much.
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik Feral Drollery covering (butchering) Mozart live at Pepper's in Vancouver, Washington, 04/18/09.
crazy tv joke :)
Feral Drollery Live at Red Room 010810 Gog debuts the Beat Coat and people cheer. Azzy giveth Gog a beer and taketh away.
Lugubrious Drollery Indecorous assignation
crazy girls very fun
this is not high noon NO#02 HIGH NOON live-action
Watthen, Wherenow - A Pinkerton Tribute - The Drollery From the July 21, 2008 Fringe for All in Minneapolis.
Wanna be a cowboy?
Intermediate Western Calligraphy Tips : Calligraphy & Cartoons: Part 1 Cartoons in calligraphy are called marginal drolleries and are another form of artistic entertainment. Learn what they are and how it is done from a calligraphy expert in this free video clip. Expert: Pamela LaRegina Bio: Pamela LaRegina began her career as a calligrapher/artist by registering her business, Supercalligraphics, in 1976. Ms. LaRegina has created a wide range of works, from the practical to the divine. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
UFO VS Halloween's Michael Myers! UFO VS Halloween's Michael Myers... This is so dumb it has to make you laugh! Comedy sponsored by Chuck's Apollo Trilogy Novels. Everyone will enjoy this two minute comedy, especially horror movie fans. You'll get a dizzy buzz when the UFO attacks! Almost like smoking a little pot! Too funny! A Zeeper the alien production, and most of you are going to hope its his last.
Nishantha forcibly sits on the SPC chairmans seat, session suspended Inaugural session of the Southern Provincial Council was suspended moments ago after SPC member Nishantha Muthuhettigama forcibly occupied the chairmans seat. This drollery had taken place after the UPFA proposed the name of Mohan Silva as the chairman and the UNP proposing the name of Nishantha. M
Feral Drollery, LIVE at Aura 08/04/10 Part 1. We can haz editing skillz! :p