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Re: We did Hamlet at I-Con

David Trimboli wrote:

> Greetings!  I just wanted to let everyone know that our performance at
> Hamlet was short, but a success.  We did two scenes: "Alas, poor Yorik" (or,
> {Do'Ha' yorIq}), and the fight scene at the end.  We had a nice roomful of
> people and two recordings were made (I'm trying to get my hands on one, the
> other might become available through Infinite Possibilities
> (  I don't know any more than that so far.
> I also got interviewed by someone from Newsday, and I got two paragraphs in
> the Saturday and Sunday editions!  The relevant section, from the article
> "Convention Is Out Of This World," by Katie Thomas, went like this (errors
> included):
> ---
> Next door to the dealers room, Huntington resident David Trimboli was
> reciting a line from Hamlet.  "taH pagh taHbe," he said.  "DaH mu'tlheghvam
> vIqeln IS."  Loosely translated from the Klingon, Trimboli said, that means:
> "To be or not to be.  That is the question."
> Trimboli, 26, a sales clerk, was minding the table for the Klingon Language
> Institute, a Flourtown, Pa.-based non-profit organization "dedicated to
> studying the Klingon language and providing a common forum for its
> speakers."
> ---
> Finally, I got lots of KLI flyers out, and managed to get a few players to
> pronounce, if not speak, Klingon.

Well, this is good news!  Nice job!

> It was a good convention.  If you were there, and are checking out the
> mailing list, let us know!  I'd love to get a qepHom together if I knew
> people were going to come!

Where are you from?  PA by chance?


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