Dragaera and Shakespeare [Spoiler for POTD]

Chris Olson - SunPS Chrisf.Olson at Sun.COM
Fri Feb 21 09:50:47 PST 2003

> Mostly right.  It wasn't "a production" though.  When the play was in
> early stages of performance, every time it was done, someone either died
> or something went wrong, probably because of the high amount of special
> effects and machinery and such...  After that, it became like an Indian
> graveyard thing; just the mention of it would bring down the curse.
> And depending on the company, saying Macbeth may cause bodily
> threats.  I'm not saying I believe in it, but I was teching a production
> of Cabaret with someone who did and one of the new students wore a Macbeth
> shirt to one of the dress rehearsals and the curtains caught on fire.

Yeah.  But then, I have YET to be in a production where
*something* bad doesn't happen.

And I don't *always* say it, so it's not my fault!!

"I didn't do it; nobody saw me do it; can't prove anything."
	~ Bart Simpson