Monday, 11 July 2016

Sir Lawrence Olivier - early years


I know - two posts in one day, but I liked this so much I couldn't wait until tomorrow. A boy who has been given the part of 'grass' in the school play. Thanks to Jennifer for pointing it out.

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  1. It clearly struck a chord with you.

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  2. I'm at home today, paying bills and arranging shipping for stuff - in case you thought I was a lazy bastard.

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    1. I did think the latter.x

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    2. Both are true, but the former is a better excuse than usual.

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  3. When our daughter was small, she was the sliding wall when they re - enacted ' Blind Date ' !!!! Not the best part to get !! XXXX

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  4. Thank goodness I never again have to use my imagination to devise constumes for school plays.

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    1. Wasn't it fun, Weave, or did you just stick to tea-towels for the Nativity scenes?

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  5. Someone has to be the supporting cast!

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    1. He probably grew up to be a police informer.

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  7. I liked the one of the boy in the school play that had to wear a doorknob strapped to his face. Haha!

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    1. Ryan Seacrest trying to high five a blind dude was pretty good, too!

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    2. I liked them all Jennifer.

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  8. Priceless, if a bit creepy. Was watching Midsummer Nights Dream so immediately thought about the yokel wondering how to play the Wall in "Pyramus and Thisbe."

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    1. Arms outstretched with two fingers apart, just as Shakespeare directed.

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  9. Grass? Well he certainly appears stoned!

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  10. My daughter is a Shakespearian actress. She played the role a tree in Midsummer Night's Dream.

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