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The time is the twenty - first century ( a Friday , I think ) . Return to the Forbidden
Planet was subsequently staged at the Tricycle Theatre , Kilburn , in winter 1984 .
Preshow BOSUN ARRAS : And now check all the As Author's Note ...
Preshow BOSUN ARRAS : And now check all the As the audience enter the
theatre , the actors audio - visual screens . as the CREW , welcome them aboard
the Blackout and the on - stage T . V . monitors spaceship ; explain that it is just a
... microphone and with synthesiser effects Destroy you ? uses it as a Geiger
counter to check the PROSPERO : Well demanded sir , DOCTOR . This done ,
PROSPERO My tale provokes that question . leaves the air - lock and enters the
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This script is hilarious. A farce on Forbidden Planet and pop culture it bases it's language and style from Romeo and Juliet at times. The music is all pop music and and show that declares "Beware the Ids that march" (AKA Beware the ides of March) I find sickly humorous. Read full review