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April 14, 2015 1:34 pm  #1


Stage play: Benedict Cumberbatch Must Die

"A control freak and aspiring actor, a sex-crazed celebrity obsessive and a socially phobic fan fiction writer have one thing in common: a deep passion for Benedict Cumberbatch. When they hear that the heart-breakingly handsome British actor is making a trip to New Zealand, the three decide to devise a show in the hope he will come to see it and fall in love with them."

I came across some articles about this stage play performed by three woman in NZ. I don't think it's on anymore (the last shows were in Wellington in March this year), but reading the articles was entertaining anyway. Actually it sounds like it would have been hilarious!

Check them out:
http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/CU1406/S00128/perfect-benedict-cumberbatch-inspires-new-show.htm
http://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/arts/10173665/Starry-eyed-for-Benedict-Cumberbatch
http://dunedinperformancejournal.tumblr.com/post/113549148400/benedict-cumberbatch-must-die


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May 5, 2015 10:32 am  #2


Re: Stage play: Benedict Cumberbatch Must Die

It does sound like it was hilarious.
I'm amazed at how people can become so creative, when driven by a passion! I have to admit the title puzzled me a little (for like 5 seconds. Then I read the article and understood), but isn't that the reason for titles (Why does it need a title for?), to intrigue the audience?

 


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