Friends, Romans, countrywomen, lend me your ears. For the Peasblossoms of America doth be quoting The Bard: That's right, a rash of Shakespeare-reciting toddlers have invaded The Globe YouTube.
Do they have any idea what they're saying? Probably not! Are their parents insufferable show-offs? Er, maybe. But who cares, it's adorable.
Look out, Ralph Fiennes. This little guy is after your job.
To be, or not to be. That is the question. "Yeah, that's it!" Master class with renowned thespian Brian Cox is going rah-thuuh slowly.
Tatiana, show Theo how it's done. And may you never literally "suffer the slings of outrageous fortune."
"Now is the winter of our discontent!" Which is also what my son says when we put him to bed. See? Shakespeare really is universal.
Tomowow, and tomowow, and tomowow! And the Oscar goes to this 4 1/2-year-old girl, for her enthusiastic performance in Macbeth.
All's well that ends well. This has been a tale told by toddlers, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing. But perhaps I doth protest too much.
Little kids reciting stuff they don't understand: Cute or wacky? Or both?
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