Much of the play was also very standard, when it came down to the presentation of the characters and their lines. The best was the play within a play at the very end when the players perform "the tragedy of pyramus and thisbe." My favorite was the guy who played "the wall." He was dancing the whole time. yay! It was so weird!
Okay, but here is my favorite rendition of the pyramus and thisbe skit performed by the beatles on some television show. I think this little clip is a gem. And it sort of brings my love of music and literature together in a humorous and nostalgic way. Take a looksie: