Tell us more about how you’ve translated Shakespeare for kids using comedy and fart jokes in Hamlet: Prince of Skidmark....
Rich: Fart jokes? How dare you! On the contrary, we intend to do an entirely serious and painfully accurate rendering of the bard’s Hamlet. Our version will contain no fart jokes and lots of long long speeches. Hopefully it will go the full 5 hours- or even longer!
P.s. It won’t contain the words: Bum, poo, turd, dung, snot, wee, skidmark, fart, fluff, guff, air biscuit or fartle (to startle someone with a fart), all of these words are to rude to say, stage or print. (Please remember to black these words out – EDITOR)
Matt: Also, based on a quick google search, it appears Shakespear is full of fart jokes. Here’s a few of her other plays:
Taming of the Loo.
Much Ado about Fluffing.
Romeo and Pooliet.
Gas, You Like it.
Richard the Turd.
All Smells that End Smells.
BTW. I haven’t actually read the play yet (I fell asleep), but I’m sure Hamster will be easy to stage.