[[folder: Fridge Brilliance ]]

* More Shakespeare, but come on. I used to refer to ''Coriolanus'' as one of Shakespeare's B-sides. I'd read the play in college but I didn't connect with it until I saw it on stage, particularly in the scene where Volumnia brings his wife and his son to beg him to not destroy Rome with the Volscians. In the production I saw, Martius hardly looked at any of them and especially not his son. It was painful to watch. And in general, a smart play with a lot of politics. Never again will I laugh at ''Coriolanus''. -- {{Lizimajig}}