There’s an irony that the PTS read-through project has significantly slowed when dealing with the plays I know best.
Mostly, I think it’s because I’ve had too much to say, and been unable to stick to a post-per-act; a post-per-scene is a killer.
So, at least for the moment, I’m moving on from Romeo and Juliet: there’s plenty of room for future posts if I want to revisit it, but I’m hungry for my next new play.
That leaves one thing to do before I move on, and that’s produce the now-traditional soundtrack album.
The eternal question is, of course: WHAT’S MISSING? Drop me a line and let me know …
- Public Image Limited – This is Not A love Song
- Bon Jovi – This Ain’t A Love Song (both for anyone who thinks they know the play)
- Frankie Goes To Hollywood: Two Tribes
- Razorlight: I Can’t Stop This Feeling I Got
- Queen: Too Much Love Will Kill You
- Lionel Richie and Diana Ross: Endless Love
- Iron Maiden: Only the Good Die Young
- Bad Company: Feel Like Making Love
- Gregory Isaacs: Night Nurse
- Freddie Mercury: I Was Born To Love You
- Prince: The Most Beautiful Girl In The World
- Led Zeppelin: Communication Breakdown (for Friar Laurence)
- Bee Gees: I’ve Got To Get A Message To You (for Friar Laurence)
- The Animals: We’ve Gotta Get Out Of This Place
- Lou Reed: Romeo had Juliet
- Dire Straits: Romeo and Juliet
- Roberta Flack: The First Time Ever I saw Your Face
- Radiohead – Exit Music (for a film)
And on we go, to King John …