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4th Jan '15 2:09:20 PM wittylibrarian
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-->'''HENSLOWE:''' (casual shrug) See you in jail.

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-->'''HENSLOWE:''' (casual shrug) See you in jail.jail.
* Meta-wise: all of modern English literature was at stake with this one play. [[spoiler: With its success, Shakespeare becomes the playwright we know him to be, and ''Romeo and Juliet'' becomes a major template of romantic tragedies with the characters becoming the most beloved archetypes that actors live to play onstage.]]
4th Jan '15 1:50:58 PM wittylibrarian
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** When she takes the stage to review the Master's complaint that Viola is breaking the law performing as a man. Viola first curtsies as a woman would in the presence of a queen, Elizabeth wordlessly conveys that Viola is doing it wrong, so Viola swiftly recovers and bows the way a man would in order to maintain her gender disguise. The way Dench ''flickers'' her eyes to get the signal across... acting!
13th Nov '13 8:53:20 PM ledge
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** Every second she is on screen. She didn't win an Academy Award for nothing.
--> "Have her then, but you're a lordly fool. She's been plucked since I saw her last and not by you. Takes a woman to know it."
13th Nov '13 8:12:02 PM ledge
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* Similarly, when Fennyman overcomes his stage fright and suddenly shows his acting chops and leads into the most heart-wrenching scene of the play.
4th Mar '12 8:06:26 PM RoseAndHeather
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* Burbage's little bit of crow-eating, and subsequent awesomme, after Tilney closes the Rose:

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* Burbage's little bit of crow-eating, and subsequent awesomme, awesome, after Tilney closes the Rose:
4th Mar '12 8:06:10 PM RoseAndHeather
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* Burbage's little bit of crow-eating after Tilney closes the Rose:
--->'''Burbage:''' 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 theatre. The Curtain is yours.
* Wabash's amazing everyone by overcoming his stutter and [[StutterStop delivering the opening monologue with perfect diction]].

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* Burbage's little bit of crow-eating crow-eating, and subsequent awesomme, after Tilney closes the Rose:
--->'''Burbage:''' -->'''Burbage:''' 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 theatre. The Curtain is yours.
* Wabash's Wabash amazing everyone by overcoming his stutter and [[StutterStop delivering the opening monologue with perfect diction]].
11th Aug '11 4:09:39 PM Worldmaker
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* Wabash's amazing everyone by overcoming his stutter and delivering the opening monologue with perfect diction.

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* Wabash's amazing everyone by overcoming his stutter and [[StutterStop delivering the opening monologue with perfect diction.diction]].
27th May '11 7:33:07 PM SlackerSpice
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** When Viola speaks up in defense of the theater, Wessex tries to get on Elizabeth's good side by disagreeing with her, claiming that he'd wager his entire fortune. Elizabeth coolly responds, "I thought you were here because you had none."
20th Mar '11 5:15:41 PM SlackerSpice
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* After Henslowe gets [[spoiler:Viola]] to go onstage as Juliet in place of Sam (and after he's spent the film trying to get Shakespeare to follow tradition):
-->'''BURBAGE:''' We'll all be put in the clink.
-->'''HENSLOWE:''' (casual shrug) See you in jail.
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