More Rotten Notices

>> Monday, October 15, 2007

Something Rotten got a couple of mentions over the weekend, first in a mini-review from the Cincinnati Public Library:

What do you get if you take one of Shakespeare’s most popular creations, Hamlet, shave a few years off of his age, and plop him down in modern day Tennessee? You get a darkly comic mystery that works way better than it has a right to. High school junior Horatio Wilkes joins his friend Hamilton Prince on a trip back to Hamilton’s hometown of Denmark, Tennessee. Hamilton is depressed because his father has recently died under mysterious circumstances. Not only that, but his mother has just married Hamilton’s uncle, Claude, who has taken over the family company, the Elsinore Paper Plant. However, when Mr. Prince's death starts to look like anything but an accident, will Horatio be able to stop flirting with Hamilton’s ex, Olivia, long enough to prove that the playa’s the thing, um, er, the main suspect?

. . . and another brief notice about my upcoming Knoxville event in the Oak Ridger.


Anonymous,  October 16, 2007 at 11:11 AM  

Hi Alan, this is Rose Brazeale.

I can't believe your blog is on blogspot! That's really cool.

I can't wait for Something Rotten!

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