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James Marsters - November 2006 - Jamesmarsters.com Q & A Part 1

Sunday 29 October 2006, by Webmaster

Despite his busy schedule, James was happy to answer another batch of questions recently. So to make up for October’s lighter Q&A, here are a few mid-session extras. This also means that there will now be a November Q&A as well, so be sure to check back on November 15.

What kind of coffee do you like when you can choose?

Espresso. The darker the roast, the stronger you can make it.

This question relates to a scene in Macbeth: a physician tells him Lady M has gone mad. Macbeth then asks him, "canst thou not minister to a mind diseased?" Would you interpret this as his asking the physician to have her painlessly killed to avoid further suffering?

HELL NO! Macbeth is desperately trying to save his wife. He knows he is driving her insane and he is really just beating up on the doctor for not being a psychiatrist.

What has been the greatest compliment you’ve received during your acting career and who gave it to you?

A 13 year-old girl who thought that a Beckett one act I did called Ohio Impromptu was an exciting play. Beckett is very difficult to make exciting.