When we took Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure” into a maximum security woman’s prison on the West Side…there’s a scene there where a young woman is told by a very powerful official that “If you sleep with me, I will pardon your brother. And if you don’t sleep with me, I’ll execute him.” And he leaves the stage. And this character, Isabel, turned out to the audience and said: “To whom should I complain?” And a woman in the audience shouted: “The Police!” And then she looked right at that woman and said: “If I did relate this, who would believe me?” And the woman answered back, “No one, girl.” And it was astonishing because not only was it an amazing sense of connection between the audience and the actress, but you also realized that this was a kind of an historical lesson in theater reception. That’s what must have happened at The Globe. These soliloquies were not simply monologues that people spoke, they were call and response to the audience. And you realized that vibrancy, that that sense of connectedness is not only what makes theater great in prisons, it’s what makes theater great, period.
—  Oskar Eustis on ArtBeat Nation (he told the same story on Charlie Rose)
I just want Danny Boyle's Frankenstein released on DVD

I want the front cover of it to be a lenticular print that does this as you turn it

And inside I want one side with Miller’s Creature on the disc, and the other side with Cumberbatch’s Creature on the disc. 

And when you remove the discs, the Creature’s creator will be the picture underneath in the box. 

The dvd box alone could be so beautiful, and I want it in my life so badly!