and proof thereof.
It never ceases to amaze me how some people judge plays.
I mentioned that I enjoyed 'The Two Gentlemen of Verona' more than I've enjoyed 'Hamlet' for a long time - and someone suggested my wits were crumbling.
Then I remembered me - of course, his is a judgement based on the book, not the performance.
How many people actually sit through a performance of Hamlet and come out of it able to say, 'I enjoyed that'?
As an imaginary percentage, if one were to compare the 'enjoyment' in a a performance of 'A Midsummer Nights Dream' to 'Hamlet', which would win?
Puddings are judged in the mouth, not the recipe book - plays should be judged in the theatre, not the script.
(After all - some very odd looking recipes work remarkably well - try a little fresh ground pepper on you strawberries.)
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