Date: 2017-02-17 04:02 pm (UTC)
Sebastian will take care of you.

Your copy of More Christmas Crackers has just arrived. If you like, I can bring it over (with new and different ice creams) on Sunday, after the con. If I didn't get that strep on Saturday—and knock wood! it appears that I didn't—I don't think I'll get it now.

Meanwhile, have a couple of productions of Shakespeare.

This, from Still More:

Nor should we forget that inspired verse from 'The Night I appeared as Macbeth', an old music-hall song by W. F. Hargraves:

I acted so tragic, the house rose like magic,
The audience yelled, 'You're sublime!'
They made me a present of Mornington Crescent—
They threw it a brick at a time.

And this from The Big Bang:

Noel Coward's comment on a production of Antony and Cleopatra, starring Dame Edith Evans at an age when she should have known better:

The greatest moment in the entire production was when the Asp advanced downstage and sobbed 'I can't go through with it. . . .'

Much love,

Nine
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