i hate “accurate” shakespeare productions where all the actors are white guys. the reason women didn’t act in his plays was because it was illegal in that time obv due to misogyny, and we don’t want that to carry over. there were characters of colour that shakespeare specifically wrote. for example, othello was a part for a black actor and yet there r MODERN productions of othello where othello’s actor is a white dude in blackface.

shakespeare would be thrilled if he knew that modern productions of his works featured diverse casts, complete with not only female actors, lgbt actors, and actors of colour, but interpretations that have been tweaked to showcase modern issues that black communities, gay people, women, etc. face.

if you want to do something, do it. a midsummer production where they’re all lesbians? a romeo and juliet production depicting racial tensions? a twelfth night production where viola is and is played by a trans women? shakespeare’s ghost will give u a thumbs up. (plus his works are out of copyright so u can do whatever the hell you want with them whether he’d want you to or not.)

Hey did you know that in the renaissance they would sensor the word c*nt by shortening it to “c”? Furthermore, do you know how many times Shakespeare refers to the “sea”? It’s quite a few. and you know what sea sounds like? 




So when Shakespeare references the sea it’s entirely possible that it’s a double entendre for female geneitalia.

So when he says that “My bounty is as boundless as the sea, my love as deep” he’s also saying “My love for you is as deep as that pussy;)”

Shakespeare Plays as Screencaps from Always Sunny

All’s Well That Ends Well

Antony and Cleopatra

As You Like It

The Comedy of Errors




Henry IV Part I

Henry IV Part II

Henry V

Henry VI Part I

Henry VI Part II

Henry VI Part III

Henry VIII

Julius Caesar

King John

King Lear

Love’s Labours Lost


Measure for Measure

The Merchant of Venice

The Merry Wives of Windsor

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Much Ado About Nothing



Richard II

Richard III

Romeo and Juliet

The Taming of the Shrew

The Tempest

Timon of Athens

Titus Andronicus

Troilus and Cressida

Twelfth Night

Two Gentlemen of Verona

The Winter’s Tale