I first wrote:
I once knew a bookworm named Pierce,
Who worked with a German quite fierce.
We were caught in flegrante,
While reading some Dante,
He cried "Your act's foul to my earce!"
We reviewed them in class and after suggestions from the other students and the professor I changed it to:
I know well a bookworm named Pierce,
Who works with a German quite fierce.
We're caught in a herta,
while reading some Gerta,
He cries "You act's foul to min earse!"
Now the limerick about me was my favorite and it was also the one that won the popular vote from the class. It is by the talented Arlynda Boyer and it goes like this:
Bellissima actress Miss Manca:
She walks, and the rednecks go honk-a.
On seeing Italian badonka.
The M.F.A. year is the third year in the program and those student's form a company and present a season of shows. They are called Roving Shakespeare, and their work so far has been truly brilliant. Their first show was a devised piece based on The Comedy of Errors, The Tempest, The Sea Voyage, King Lear, and As You Like It. It was one of the most incredible theater experiences I have ever ventured on. From starting out with a performance art piece to taking us on an exciting (and literal) journey through five different shows it was a whirlwind of adventure and drama. Hereare some photos of the event. Some I took and some I stole from their Facebook page I will add more and better photos assoone as possible: