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|spouse = [[Lucy's Husband|Unnamed Husband]]
|type of appearance = Direct}}'''Lucy''' and her [[Lucy's Husband|husband]] attended a performance of [[Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (We Haven't Got There Yet)|''Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead'']] in 1606. After the actors spoke some dialogue from [[William Shakespeare (We Haven't Got There Yet)|William Shakespeare's]] [[Hamlet (Play)#Hamlet in "We Haven't Got There Yet"|''Hamlet'']], Lucy's husband wondered aloud whether they'd seen the play already. Lucy admitted she couldn't remember for sure. When her husband commented that [[Claudius (Hamlet)#Claudius in "We Haven't Got There Yet"|the king's]] furry robe would give her nothing to complain about on a cold night, she sniffed in response. Later, she and her husband had occasion to stare at Shakespeare himself when he laughed uncontrollably at a character's exclamation that he wasn't a person, he was an actor.
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|type of appearance = Direct}}'''Lucy''' and her [[Lucy's Husband|husband]] attended a performance of [[Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (We Haven't Got There Yet)|''Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead'']] in 1606. After the actors spoke some dialogue from [[William Shakespeare (We Haven't Got There Yet)|William Shakespeare's]] [[Hamlet (We Haven't Got There Yet)|''Hamlet'']], Lucy's husband wondered aloud whether they'd seen the play already. Lucy admitted she couldn't remember for sure. When her husband commented that [[Claudius (We Haven't Got There Yet)|the king's]] furry robe would give her nothing to complain about on a cold night, she sniffed in response. Later, she and her husband had occasion to stare at Shakespeare himself when he laughed uncontrollably at a character's exclamation that he wasn't a person, he was an actor.
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Latest revision as of 18:37, June 2, 2020

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

Lucy and her husband attended a performance of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead in 1606. After the actors spoke some dialogue from William Shakespeare's Hamlet, Lucy's husband wondered aloud whether they'd seen the play already. Lucy admitted she couldn't remember for sure. When her husband commented that the king's furry robe would give her nothing to complain about on a cold night, she sniffed in response. Later, she and her husband had occasion to stare at Shakespeare himself when he laughed uncontrollably at a character's exclamation that he wasn't a person, he was an actor.

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