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Communicate: butchmachine: kabesattic: oldfilmsflicker: animatedamerican: viewtiful-kim: Hamlet adaptation where Hamlet is a vlogger and all his soliloquies are breakdowns he uploads to YouTube … I am unironically here for this this is the funniest thing I’ve ever seen in my life This is - legitimately - my favourite delivery of Shakespeare I have EVER seen (and I have seen some good-ass productions yo, in the Globe Theatre itself even). Like seriously, even though the words are unchanged, he’s stripped away ALL of the archaic pretense and assumed grandeur of ~presenting the bard~ that makes even the most wildly talented of actors and innovative of productions inherently inaccessible to a modern audience. Like, they’re still great, they can still communicate the message and (some) of the nuance, but they’re still always a step removed from being identifiable to any viewer’s lived experience. They’re still always reciting 15th century poetry. But this guy? This guy is like, screw iambic pentameter, to hell with being precious about the material, HOW WOULD AN ACTUAL PERSON SAY THIS SHIT? Like this. And it’s beautiful. It’s beautiful to hear a soliloquy I loved so much already, and have it come to life in a way it never, ever, did before. I feel like I grasp his motivations, his twists and turns, no longer on an academic level but on a visceral, instinctive one. Because he’s presenting his mental and emotional journey in a way that speaks honestly, like a real person. So yeah, this shit post? I love it. Deeply and sincerely. Here’s the link, yall https://youtu.be/CEGn_xrdg6U Gary Cook has more videos and only 1k subscribers. Give him some love!
Communicate: butchmachine:

kabesattic:

oldfilmsflicker:

animatedamerican:

viewtiful-kim:
Hamlet adaptation where Hamlet is a vlogger and all his soliloquies are breakdowns he uploads to YouTube
… I am unironically here for this

this is the funniest thing I’ve ever seen in my life

This is - legitimately - my favourite delivery of Shakespeare I have EVER seen (and I have seen some good-ass productions yo, in the Globe Theatre itself even). Like seriously, even though the words are unchanged, he’s stripped away ALL of the archaic pretense and assumed grandeur of ~presenting the bard~ that makes even the most wildly talented of actors and innovative of productions inherently inaccessible to a modern audience. Like, they’re still great, they can still communicate the message and (some) of the nuance, but they’re still always a step removed from being identifiable to any viewer’s lived experience. They’re still always reciting 15th century poetry. But this guy? This guy is like, screw iambic pentameter, to hell with being precious about the material, HOW WOULD AN ACTUAL PERSON SAY THIS SHIT?
Like this. And it’s beautiful. It’s beautiful to hear a soliloquy I loved so much already, and have it come to life in a way it never, ever, did before. I feel like I grasp his motivations, his twists and turns, no longer on an academic level but on a visceral, instinctive one. Because he’s presenting his mental and emotional journey in a way that speaks honestly, like a real person.
So yeah, this shit post? I love it. Deeply and sincerely.


Here’s the link, yall
https://youtu.be/CEGn_xrdg6U
Gary Cook has more videos and only 1k subscribers. Give him some love!

butchmachine: kabesattic: oldfilmsflicker: animatedamerican: viewtiful-kim: Hamlet adaptation where Hamlet is a vlogger and all his s...

Communicate: Girl Asks Rick And Morty's Co- Author How To Cope With Depression, Does Not Expect His Response Daniel Harmon is an American writer, producer, voice actor, and all-around cool guy He's the creator of popular show Rick and Morty A fan on Twitter recently asked him a personal, but important question... charming taint man @chojuroh @danharmon do you have advice for dealing with depression 6:04 AM - Nov 28, 2017 And he came back with the best possible response Dan Harmon @danharmon Replying to @chojuroh For One: Admit and accept that it's happening Awareness is everything. We put ourselves under so much pressure to feel good. It's okay to feel bad. It might be something you're good at! Communicate it. DO NOT KEEP IT SECRET. Own it. Like a hat or jacket. Your feelings are real 7:08 AM - Nov 28, 2017 Dan Harmon @danharmon Replying to danharmon@chojuroh Two: try to remind yourself, over and over, that feelings are real but they aren't reality. Example you can feel like life means nothing. True feeling Important feeling. TRUE that you feel it, BUT...whether life has meaning? Not up to us. Facts and feelings: equal but different 7:12 AM - Nov 28, 2017 Dan Harmon @danharmon Replying to @chojuroh The most important thing I can say to you is please don't deal with it alone. There is an incredible, miraculous magic to pushing your feelings out. Even writing "I want to die" on a piece of paper and burning it will feel better than thinking about it alone. Output is magical 7:14 AM - Nov 28, 2017 Dan Harmon @danharmon Replying to @danharmon @chojuroh Dark thoughts will echo off the walls of your skull they will distort and magnify. When you open your mouth (or an anonymous journal or blog or sketchpad), these thoughts go out. They'll be back but you gotta get em OUT Vent them. Tap them. I know you don't want to but try it 7:17 AM - Nov 28, 2017 It pretty much left us all 'kinda star struck rn' charming taint man @chojurolh Replying to @danharmon sorry I'm kinda star struck rn so I'm having a hard time articulating anything other than thank you so goddamn much for all of this. Probably better than my therapist could've said it. (And my boyfriend "TELL HIM THANK YOU AND THAT WE SUBSCRIBE TO HARMONTOWN") 7:22 AM - Nov 28, 2017 zelda-fitz-gives-no-shits: ambris: As someone who has dealt with depression for years, I can confirm this is incredibly good advice. just so you know, daniel harmon is an autistic writer, producer, and voice actor. it’s incredibly important that we don’t erase autistic creators; all of this is also important, but erasure is a huge problem and it’s so so vital for autistic kids to see (mentally ill and multifaceted) autistic adult creators and know that’s what they can grow up to be.
Communicate: Girl Asks Rick And Morty's Co-
 Author How To Cope With
 Depression, Does Not Expect His
 Response

 Daniel Harmon is an American writer, producer, voice
 actor, and all-around cool guy
 He's the creator of popular show Rick and Morty

 A fan on Twitter recently asked him a personal, but
 important question...
 charming taint man
 @chojuroh
 @danharmon do you have advice for dealing with
 depression
 6:04 AM - Nov 28, 2017
 And he came back with the best possible response
 Dan Harmon
 @danharmon
 Replying to @chojuroh
 For One: Admit and accept that it's happening
 Awareness is everything. We put ourselves under so
 much pressure to feel good. It's okay to feel bad. It
 might be something you're good at! Communicate
 it. DO NOT KEEP IT SECRET. Own it. Like a hat or
 jacket. Your feelings are real
 7:08 AM - Nov 28, 2017
 Dan Harmon
 @danharmon
 Replying to danharmon@chojuroh
 Two: try to remind yourself, over and over, that
 feelings are real but they aren't reality. Example
 you can feel like life means nothing. True feeling
 Important feeling. TRUE that you feel it,
 BUT...whether life has meaning? Not up to us. Facts
 and feelings: equal but different
 7:12 AM - Nov 28, 2017

 Dan Harmon
 @danharmon
 Replying to @chojuroh
 The most important thing I can say to you is please
 don't deal with it alone. There is an incredible,
 miraculous magic to pushing your feelings out. Even
 writing "I want to die" on a piece of paper and
 burning it will feel better than thinking about it
 alone. Output is magical
 7:14 AM - Nov 28, 2017
 Dan Harmon
 @danharmon
 Replying to @danharmon @chojuroh
 Dark thoughts will echo off the walls of your skull
 they will distort and magnify. When you open your
 mouth (or an anonymous journal or blog or
 sketchpad), these thoughts go out. They'll be back
 but you gotta get em OUT Vent them. Tap them. I
 know you don't want to but try it
 7:17 AM - Nov 28, 2017
 It pretty much left us all 'kinda star struck rn'
 charming taint man
 @chojurolh
 Replying to @danharmon
 sorry I'm kinda star struck rn so I'm having a hard
 time articulating anything other than thank you so
 goddamn much for all of this. Probably better than
 my therapist could've said it. (And my boyfriend
 "TELL HIM THANK YOU AND THAT WE SUBSCRIBE TO
 HARMONTOWN")
 7:22 AM - Nov 28, 2017
zelda-fitz-gives-no-shits:
ambris:
As someone who has dealt with depression for years, I can confirm this is incredibly good advice.
just so you know, daniel harmon is an autistic writer, producer, and voice actor. it’s incredibly important that we don’t erase autistic creators; all of this is also important, but erasure is a huge problem and it’s so so vital for autistic kids to see (mentally ill and multifaceted) autistic adult creators and know that’s what they can grow up to be.

zelda-fitz-gives-no-shits: ambris: As someone who has dealt with depression for years, I can confirm this is incredibly good advice. just...