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The world of Grand Theft Auto 5 is a raw cake. Complaining DJs and phallic puns propped up against buildings, which represented the grossest excesses of American culture. In an attempt to get some culture out of this world, a YouTuber tried to portray Hamlet, but quickly found that Los Santos was a hostile city to a bit of Shakespearean style.
Seen by Kotaku, Rustic Mascara, the GTA Online player, went to the game's public lobbies to "take over the world of GTA as a space of meditative existentialism through performance and poetry ".
The mascara is, of course, immediately shot down by a random player. But as he tries it again, so does his aspiring to attack, who seems more receptive to his performance. Some lines, however, and another heckler step in to stop the show with a rocket launcher.
Not to be missed, Mascara tries again, this time at the Vinewood Bowl, partying with a friend to bring a little more dynamism to his performance. It even sends messages to other players to try to attract a crowd. This is, of course, a complete theatrical production.
And then the cops show up.
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After a few moments, the crowd (made up of two spectators) has already started a fight with herself, before turning her anger into performers. However, Mascara and his companions continue, even as the wedding attracts an armed police presence that forces the actors to draw their own side weapons.
Theater can have many languages, but GTA only speaks the language of violence.