That ' s all one ; you shall play it ' in a mask , and you may speak as small as you
will . Bot . An I may hide my face , lec me play Thisby too : I ' ll speak in a
monstrous little voice ; - Thisne , Thisme , Ab , Pyramus , my lover dear ; thy
Thisby dear ...
Snug , the joiner , you , the lion ' s part : - and , I hope , there is a play fitted . Snug
. Have you the lion ' s part written ? pray you , if it be , give it me , for I am s now of
study . Quin . You may do it extempore , for it is nothing but roaring . Bot .
A play there is , my lord , some ten words long ; Which is as brief as I have known
a play ; But by ten words , my lord , it is too long ; Which makes it tedious : for in
all the play There is not one word apt , one player fitted . And tragical , my noble ...
E PILOGUE . Rof . It is not the fashion to see the lady the epilogue : but it is no
more unhandsome , than to see the lord the prologue . If it be true , that good
wine needs no bush , ' tis true , that a good play needs no epilogue : Yet to good
Go , play , boy , play ; thy mother plays , and I Play too ; but so disgrac ' d a part ,
whose issue Will hiss me to my grave ; contempt and clamour Will be my knell . -
Go , play , boy , play ; — There have been , Or I am much deceiv ' d , cuckolds ...
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