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A New Way to Please You

An amazing discovery, unperformed since its first performance 400 years ago. A play about a law to have men over 80 and women over 60 put down as no longer useful to society, written in collaboration ...

Believe What You Will

A Middle-Eastern leader comes out of hiding and is hounded from state to state by the forces of the Roman Empire, who threaten sanctions and ultimately war on anyone who harbors him.

Sejanus, His Fall

Jonson’s little-known—and even less performed—tragedy telling the story of Sejanus, a contemporary of the Emperor Claudius. First performed in 1603 with Burbage and Shakespeare in the cast—the ...

Thomas More

Famously censored by the Master of Revels and then revised—probably by Shakespeare himself—this is the story of Henry VIII’s chancellor, executed for failing to arrange Henry’s divorce from Catherine ...