I'm sorry to be lurking on your livejournal, but I was goodling Albee's 'Finding the Sun', and a page of your lj came up. I'm a student at Cambridge University, where we're doing 'Finding the Sun' right now. I play Fergus, and I was wondering: did you production decide that Fergus had or hadn't sexual feelings toward his mother? I am at odds with the cast, who think that Fergus does want to 'bed her'--I think it's quite the other way around. Why else would she give such a defensive monologue? I know this is bizarre that I'm asking you this through the internet, but there's so little writing on this play... and virtually none on this issue in it. So I'm very curious to hear what someone else did with it.
Thanks! My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org, and I do have a blog: bisno.blogspot.com. God lurk on it, and then we'll be even.
2004-10-31 03:27 pm (UTC)
I'm a BAAAAAAD Boy.
Does it make me a bad person when I read asciikitty's nick in my head I say asskitty.
asskitty is such a hawt name... not sure what it means but it sounds hawt.
"Because assholes and pussies are only an inch and half apart" --Team America: World Police
I bet you love your asskitty!
2004-11-06 04:11 pm (UTC)
Re: I'm a BAAAAAAD Boy.
i've very disturbed by that.