You are playing Philario in Cymbeline when suddenly you forget your lines and start to ad lib blank verse in a nubbing. What should you say at the end of the nub?

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You are playing Philario in Cymbeline when suddenly you forget your lines and start to ad lib blank verse in a nubbing. What should you say at the end of the nub?

Post by NewsOnline on Mon Feb 06, 2012 9:11 pm

You are playing Philario in Cymbeline when suddenly you forget your lines and start to ad lib blank verse in a nubbing. What should you say at the end
of the nub?


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Post by NewsOnline on Mon Feb 06, 2012 9:12 pm

How to find the answer: Search for ["nubbing" "blank verse" ending] to discover that when an actor "dried" (forgot their lines), they would begin "nubbing" -- spouting blank verse that sounds Shakespearean, but is meaningless. One traditionally ends the blank verse with the name "Milford Haven."


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