*draws character* hmm better add in a background so theyre not just standing around on a white backdrop
*draws single flatcolor...
Because people born in the 21st century find thoughts of their grandparents doin’ it in Golden Gate Park “accessible.”
Seriously, despite boomers’ delusions of eternal youth, the summer of love probably feels just as much part of a bygone era as the Renaissance for a kid today. Relatedly, I saw Boyhood this weekend and was slightly traumatized that the 2000s have gone on long enough that a coming of age story can be told entirely within the confines of the century, with scenes of childhood nostalgia taking place after 9-11.
Wait, they want to make Shakespeare accessible to kids? They do know it was not written for children, right? These are probably the same people that freak out about the content in Young Adult books, yet they want to take a story about getting busy in the woods with random people and sprites and make it more accessible for children?