Screw peas and carrots, John Lithgow describes how he and his grad-school castmates created the best on stage hub-bub this past summer in a production of King Lear.
Out came the best Shakespearean hub-bub I had ever heard in my life. It was the hearty sound of King Lear’s knights, celebrating a bracing day of deer hunting in elegant Elizabethan phrases. And every word was completely incomprehensible.
Nothing is worse than horrible non-spoken ad libbing in a show. I'm looking at you people who ruin perfectly great musicals.