Tuesday, November 10, 2015

The Globe Theatre

The Globe Theatre
"The whole world is a playhouse
Totus mundus agit histrionem"

A Brand New Source of Entertainment
   Come one; come all! For only one denarius you can get away from your regular soul crushing, disease ridden, depressing, half-life and engage in activities for everyone! Whether you're looking to experience the fine acts put on by the theatrical company "Lord Chamberlain's Men", watch routine and well-orchestrated animal cruelty, or engage in some shady business, the Globe Theatre is for you!

    The Globe Theatre offers a variety of Shakespearean plays, with Hercules as its' first. Viewing of all plays only costs one denarius for basic standing seating and extra denarii can be spent to ensure your comfort and all your needs tended to. So come stand with 3,000 others and enjoy an experience like no other!

    This one goes out to all you sadists not understanding something like this is morally wrong. Be sure to try and make money through betting as you watch once lovable dogs attack bears and risk their lives simply for your enjoyment! This is truly a fantastic spectacle and you should not at all be ashamed of seeing such acts.

    Due to the fact that we're located in Southwark, we tend to attract some of the seedy type. With this in mind, come visit our brothels where you can pay us top dollar to not feel as lonely! If you are a bit upperclass, do not be turned away! We assure you, our workers are considered the best of Southwark, so come on over and enjoy all of our services. 
Now it seems what I was talking about got lost on some of you. To be blunt, I'm talking about the prostitution that was going on in the Globe Theatre.

Picture This

After realizing that I could draw literally anything, and as long as I have a suitable explanation it would work, I've come up with this illustration that can only be described as an absolute train wreck. Now that I've followed through with my realization I'm now regretting this. So I'll try and blind you with large words so I sound smart and you look past the lack of content.

This illustration which is done in a post-WWII style known as "abstract expressionism" depicts the tacit relationship between the Old and New People in the Khmer caste system. The regalia of the Khmer Rouge is displayed aloft to represent the Old People with more authority, weighing down upon the New People. This truly does depict the aforementioned situation as it shows the plight of the New People and how they must support the rest of the caste system on their shoulders alone.