I finished Henry VI, Part III. I'm looking forward to the Space Opera.
The most absurd moment: The king is alone on a battlefield for some reason. He doesn't even have a guard or something. A man drags a body on stage, only to discover that it is his father. A moment later, another man drags a body on stage, only to discover that he has killed his son. While they are complaining about the injustice of the war, Henry VI speaks sad words. Neither of the soldiers notice the king or each other. The soldiers carry the bodies offstage, and the king complains some more.
Oh, Shakespeare, it's possible to make a point with subtlety. (Like I'm one to talk.)
Now playing: The Doors - Love Her Madly