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|birth = {{16thCentBirthsFic|16th century}}
 
|birth = {{16thCentBirthsFic|16th century}}
 
|spouse = [[Lucy (We Haven't Got There Yet)|Lucy]]
 
|spouse = [[Lucy (We Haven't Got There Yet)|Lucy]]
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|type of appearance = Direct, {{Unnamedfictional}}}}[[Lucy (We Haven't Got There Yet)|Lucy]] and '''her husband''' attended a production of [[Tom Stoppard (We Haven't Got There Yet)|Tom Stoppard's]] [[Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (We Haven't Got There Yet)|''Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead'']] at [[The Rose (We Haven't Got There Yet)|The Rose]] in [[London (We Haven't Got There Yet)|London]] in 1606. Her husband asked Lucy whether they had seen the play before when he recognised a line lifted from [[William Shakespeare (We Haven't Got There Yet)|William Shakespeare's]] [[Hamlet (We Haven't Got There Yet)|''Hamlet'']]. Lucy remarked that she couldn't remember one play from the next, but that theatergoing did provide a pleasant afternoon diversion. The husband then proceeded to tease Lucy about her expensive tastes by remarking on the ermine cloak worn by [[Claudius (We Haven't Got There Yet)|the king]] on stage.
[[Lucy (We Haven't Got There Yet)|Lucy]] and '''her husband''' attended a production of [[Tom Stoppard (We Haven't Got There Yet)|Tom Stoppard's]] [[Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (We Haven't Got There Yet)|''Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead'']] at [[The Rose (We Haven't Got There Yet)|The Rose]] in [[London (We Haven't Got There Yet)|London]] in 1606. Her husband asked Lucy whether they had seen the play before when he recognised a line lifted from [[William Shakespeare (We Haven't Got There Yet)|William Shakespeare's]] [[Hamlet (Play)|''Hamlet'']]. Lucy remarked that she couldn't remember one play from the next, but that theatergoing did provide a pleasant afternoon diversion. The husband then proceeded to tease Lucy about her expensive tastes by remarking on the ermine cloak worn by [[Claudius (We Haven't Got There Yet)|the king]] on stage.
 
   
 
Later on, both Lucy and her husband were surprised when Shakespeare himself laughed unexpectedly at a line about whether a character was a real person.
 
Later on, both Lucy and her husband were surprised when Shakespeare himself laughed unexpectedly at a line about whether a character was a real person.
 
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{{We Haven't Got There Yet}}
 
{{We Haven't Got There Yet}}

Latest revision as of 18:36, June 2, 2020

Lucy's Husband
Fictional Character
"We Haven't Got There Yet"
Set in OTL (?)
Type of Appearance: Direct, unnamed
Nationality: England
Date of Birth: 16th century
Spouse: Lucy

Lucy and her husband attended a production of Tom Stoppard's Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead at The Rose in London in 1606. Her husband asked Lucy whether they had seen the play before when he recognised a line lifted from William Shakespeare's Hamlet. Lucy remarked that she couldn't remember one play from the next, but that theatergoing did provide a pleasant afternoon diversion. The husband then proceeded to tease Lucy about her expensive tastes by remarking on the ermine cloak worn by the king on stage.

Later on, both Lucy and her husband were surprised when Shakespeare himself laughed unexpectedly at a line about whether a character was a real person.

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