Just came across this fantastic YouTube snippet  of Patrick Stewart on Sesame Street, performing the famous “to be or not to be” Hamlet soliloquy with a twist:

It seems to me that this guy could read anything and give it depth (just look at his performances in the X Men). And unlike many a Shakespearean actor he’s obviously not afraid to laugh at himself!

That said, I think I’d rather see his skills on stage at Shakespeare’s Globe than hanging out with Big Bird and buddies…


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