as did i, but alas we were both wrong.
MOJO - Colin Morgan at the “Stage Door”, Oct 26th, 2013
Official announcement of Katie’s lead role in ‘Leading Lady’, Dark Matter Studios production (x).
Okay, you guys said you wanted me to do a roll call for MOJO, so a roll call I shall do! If you are going to see MOJO, please send me an ask message stating when you are seeing the play (date and time) and where you want to be contacted (Tumblr, Twitter, email, etc.). I will then compile the list and make the post.
Remember this is open to everyone even those that do not have a Tumblr account. Have a LiveJournal instead? Lovely! Only a Twitter account? That’s nice, too.You can change your contact info at any time.So, send those asks, folks!
I saw someone mentioning in the tag if someone is going to do a roll call of people going to see MOJO like I did for people going to see The Tempest. I didn’t think there was enough interest to do one and received hardly any feedback when I last asked, but I figured I’d try again.
Would any of you like for me to do a roll call of people going to see MOJO?
literature meme | one "epic" | [1/1]
→ Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight is an Arthurian romance from the late fourteenth century. Though it was written in a northern dialect of Middle English, Gawain is part of the “Alliterative Revival,” a literary movement which sought to return to the distinct alliterative style of Old English verse. More specifically, the stanzas are constructed in a “bob and wheel” format.
The Gawain poet presents a very different picture of the Arthurian court than is typically seen in other romances of the medieval period, particularly those of French origin. The poem portrays Arthur as youthful and enthusiastic, and focuses on Gawain, a British knight, rather than later French additions such as Lancelot. These details, along with the poem’s nostalgic, “throwback” style, may even suggest the poet may have had strong proto-nationalist views.
Gawain survives in only one manuscript, which also includes three other religious narratives. The authorship of all four is unknown. Still popular todaty, Gawain has been translated into Modern English by the famous author and linguistic scholar J.R.R. Tolkien, among others. [x]