Thursday, February 21, 2008

I suggest replacing the "y" with an "i" and adding a "k"; then dropping the "g" and changing the "o" to an "e"

Wherein peple and there speling

Got a google search for dolls house-henry gibson. Seeing as how Henry Gibson is a comedic actor -- you might remember him from Laugh-In or as the Illinois Nazi from Blues Brothers -- and Henrik Ibsen is the "father of modern drama," it isn't uncommon to confuse the two.


Blogger XWL said...

I can see the press release now . . .

For a special 2 week only engagement at Zombie Joe's Underground Theatre Group in North Hollywood, ZJU proudly presents Henry Gibson's Dollhouse

Famed comedic actor Henry Gibson shows his range and skill in an amazing one man revue, this master thespian tackles every role and remakes this play into a one of a kind experience. Don't miss this play, you'll pay for the whole seat, but you'll only need the edge.

And, check out this from the Henry Gibson wiki:

Gibson was born James Bateman'[1] in Germantown, Pennsylvania, to Dorothy Cassidy and Edmund Albert Bateman. He attended Saint Joseph's Preparatory School, where he was President of the Drama Club. [2] A graduate of The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., Gibson served in the U.S. Air Force as an intelligence officer during the 1950s. During the 1950s he developed an act in which he portrayed a southern accented poet. During this period he adopted the stage name Henry Gibson influenced by the name of Norwegian poet Henrik Ibsen

2/21/2008 08:42:00 PM  

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