Our listing on the Internet
Movie Database. Go there to vote on the movie and read reviews.
from the American Humane Association's film unit. We got their highest
rating. We used cows in the movie. They seemed to like it too.
our page on the New York Independent Film & Video Festival site.
coverage: reviews and features
and Theatre Links
These are the folks!
If you're ever in Stratford, take a look at what these folks do.
The best productions of "King Lear" and "The Tempest"
we've ever seen.
This is a cool place!
As accurate a reproduction of the original Globe Theatre as they
could get. Join the groundlings in the open-air pit. There's a couple
of bricks somewhere in there with our names on them.
There's this guy you
see. And he's really into Macbeth. And he's compiled a lot
of information and stuck it on a website. Enjoy!
Do you want
to learn how to speak the speech? Then this is the place! A resource
for actors and anyone else who wants to sound erudite.
production of "The Tempest" we ever saw. And they do a lot
of other cool stuff in NYC too.
-- Not exactly a theatre company per se, but the best sketch comedy
showcase in all of New York City.
and film endeavor. Home to a murderous development guy. Check it out.
series of one-act plays
by award-winning writers
read by an alternating repertory of guest stars. In NYC, n'est pas.
Shakespeare at its finest.
the concepts of support and fellowship found in a close-knit community
(or local pub) to producing theatre and film.
LINKS - It was worth scrolling down here!
From Macbeth - The
Comedy: ''Everyone's really happy I became king. Only yesterday
I received six cases of Blackadder single malt from well-wishers."
This is the genuine article . . . and it's smooth.
An incredible Scottish
band who have never received their due. The photo was taken by the
keyboard player at a concert in Philadelphia (April 2000). Allison's
the one in red. Oh, by the way, the new character "Kilmarnock"
is named after TCS's hometown.
-- The staple food for Macbeth - The Comedy. Taste it and find
out why Malcolm drools.
If you only know Rowan Atkinson from Mr. Bean, you've got to
check out this BBC series. Now !
This is where
you turn when you need the authentic clan Macbeth tartan to make a
between crap and mediocrity lie French and Saunders." Dawn and
Jennifer are the duo who created AbFab and so much more.
for that all-important tartan baseball cap. Also info on Scottish
travel here too.
Hugh -- another incredibly funny British duo. Check out this fan site
for their sketch comedy series. (Go for the Jeeves & Wooster
a stuffed "Nessie" to complete your office? (And who isn't.)
Shop Scotland can help.
you local?" A sickeningly funny and inventive show where three
brilliant guys play (practically) all the characters. Visit this extensive
fan site to learn more. You'll never leave.
- Another Scottish speciality.
1824. Another classic. Hey, only the best on this set.