PLAY READING: EQUIVOCATION

What if you’re the leading playwright of the early 17th Century and you suddenly become embroiled in contemporary politics? Protestant King James I has written a play claiming to tell the true story of the Catholic Gunpowder Plot to blow him up. His emissary approaches asking you to “clean the play up” for presentation. What do you do? If you’re that leading playwright, you equivocate, and then you write Macbeth

Equivocation is a play about truth-telling, with more than 30 roles of all sizes. To read, to watch and for Zoom link please email Bill Eadie.

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