I feel a strong urge to point out that the scene with the skull is not the same scene that contains Hamlet’s “To be, or not to be” soliloquy. The skull is Yorick’s, as in, “Alas, poor Yorick, I knew him well.”

Still, I love how earnest the bee is. I bought that shirt the first time it was available, but I work in theatre and it leads me into many conversations where I explain that I know the visual pun doesn’t line up with the scene depicted, but Damn it! that bee is giving the performance of his life!

I’m glad that knowing the scene and quote don’t match didn’t stop you from getting the shirt :slight_smile:
I was aware they didn’t match when I made it, I just couldn’t think of an alternative approach but still wanted to make it.

Woot! Again! You’ve missed a huge sales opportunity here. Any Shakespearean theme must include a book tote/bag with the Light Through Yonder Window design!!

How can you keep ignoring the clamoring of literature teachers, librarians, and book lovers everywhere?! To add insult to injury, World Book Night is in just a few days. This must be rectified, before the sun sets on the Globe Theater.