shakes21.mp3Will Shakespeare: He drinks the poison, he dies
by her side, and then she wakes and sees him
dead. And so Juliet takes his dagger, and kills
Henslowe: ...Well, that will have them rolling in
shakes22.mp3Ned Alleyn: It was a tavern brawl. Marlowe
attacked, and got his own knife in the eye.
Quarrel about the bill.
Henslowe: The bill?! Oh, vanity, vanity!
Ned Alleyn: Not the billing, the bill!
shakes23.mp3Lord Wessex: The Rose harvards the ass that
shits on my name! Take it down stone by stone!
I want it plowed into the grown, and sullen with
shakes24.mp3Burbage: The master of the Revels despises us
all for vagrants and peddlers of bombast. But
my father, James Burbage, had the first license
to make a company of players from Her
Majesty, and he drew from poets the literature
of the age. We must show them that we are
men of parts. Will Shakespeare has a play. I
have a theater. The Curtain is yours.
shakes25.mp3Henslowe: The show must ...You know.
Will Shakespeare: ...Go on!
shakes26.mp3Tilney: That woman is a woman!
Ned Alleyn: ...What?! A woman?! You mean
shakes27.mp3Queen Elizabeth: Have a care with my name,
you will ware it out.
shakes28.mp3Queen Elizabeth: I know something of a
woman in a man's profession. Yes, by God I do
know about that.