Jun 22, 2015
3:09 - Tim Mooney defines for us what iambic pentameter means
3:54 - Alexandrine hexameter
4:57 - Why Tim Mooney has translated Moliere into iambic pentameter
9:45 - Some reviewers say that Tim Mooney's translations are the star of the show!
13:00 - Why does Tim Mooney do Moliere?
20:50 - Playscripts, Inc. has published 15 variations of Tim's plays and have now been produced about 150 times and have gotten lots of awards
23:53 - "Moliere Than Thou" was Tim Mooney's first one man show
29:30 - Tim would talk about Moliere to Kiwanis, Elks and Rotary and encourage them to come to the next show
33:10 - Tim seducing women as Moliere during his performances
38:35 -Tim’s theory about one person shows
46:05 - Tim tours the 48 contiguous states, on the road 200 days a year
49:36 - The story of his one man show, "Criteria"
59:54 - *Monologues and sonnets for "Lot O'Shakespeare" with IAGO instead of BINGO card and genesis of "Lot O'Shakespeare," "Shakespeare's Histories, 10 plays at a breakneck piece" and "Breakneck Hamlet"
1:05:03 - Tim's methods of memorization
1:14:48 - Tim has written a textbook called "Acting at the Speed of Life”
1:28:24 - Tim likes to rehearse his show three times before the performance
1:30:08 - Tim’s "Macbeth" monologue
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Edited/Notes by Laura and Jake Scruggs. Intro Music: "Are You Famous, Yet?” - Laura Scruggs. Outro Music: "The Devil Is In The Beats” - The Chemical Brothers