The Show Must Go On
The Show Must Go On is a Shakespearean improv game about acting the hardest and having coins thrown at you head.
‘Tis I your humble fabulist, author, visionary and parte time actor Billiam “Styles” Shakespeare.
A terrible tragedy has befallen our house and I must calle upon yon yeomen of the boards to ascend to the blinding footlights! Our troupe has been felled by a malady betwixt the savage onset gonorrhea or possibly super buboes; the chirogen knowest naught.
To you, the under-folk; the scrimhangers, the crowdfanners, humble mechanicals wide of hand and broad of neck I throw myself upon your rough mercy. Follow me my thicke hosts and arm thyself with script, hosiery, and a frouffy collar of dignified rank. Today, with but these scraps of direction and the cruel cunning of your low breeding we shall, together, stave off the murderlust of the crowd.
Now, quickly guttersnipe, whoreson, beslubbering fensucked fustilarians to stage, to stage...
The Show Must Go On is a Shakespearean improv game about acting the hardest and having coins thrown at your head. It is silly and challenging.