Slings and Arrows: Season 2, Episode 1

Season's End (27 Jun. 2005)

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Geoffrey gets a permanent posting as the New Burbage artistic director after his triumphant Hamlet, but major challenges loom ahead. Richard, the CEO, must keep the festival from going ... See full summary »

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Stephen Ouimette ...
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Ellen Fanshaw
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Susan Coyne ...
Anna Conroy
Leon Pownall ...
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Sloan (as Matt FitzGerald)
Graham Harley ...
Michael Polley ...
Frank
Catherine Fitch ...
Maria
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Nahum
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Darren Nichols (credit only)
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Cheyenne
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Geoffrey gets a permanent posting as the New Burbage artistic director after his triumphant Hamlet, but major challenges loom ahead. Richard, the CEO, must keep the festival from going broke, and Geoffrey must stage the cursed Scottish tragedy, Macbeth. Written by Anonymous

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During the last performance of Hamlet, Ellen is heard telling Sloan on the phone that they are still in the middle of the first act; however, Jack can be heard over the speaker saying, "Whether 'tis nobler in the mind," which comes from the "To be or not to be" soliloquy, which occurs in the first scene of the third act. See more »

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Ellen Fanshaw: This is the life of an actress. You play the Ingénues, you play the Queens, you play the dreaded Nurse, then you retire to PAL. Then you sit there in the dining room eating rice pudding and hearing endless tales of life on the wicked stage. And you realize that you never really lived at all, you just pretended. Is that what you want?
Kate McNab: I can't believe you're saying this to me. I'm supposed to play Juliette
Ellen Fanshaw: You can play it, or you can live it. Your choice.
Kate McNab: Oh my God.
Ellen Fanshaw: Kate! You know me. I'm petty ...
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I Wont Play Mackers
Written by Bob Martin, Greg Morrison and Lisa Lambert
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