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An homage to William Shakespeare, Codpieces lovingly but wickedly parody's the great writer thrice over. With the language as exuberant as the fantasy, Pontac leads us on a hilarious journey of exploration. If Romeo and Juliet did not die, how did their eternal passion survive 30 years on? What really happened to the State of Denmark after Hamlet's death? What made Prince Lear sow the seeds of his own demise and the Earl of Kent admit to being a transvestite? Three riotously funny parodies showcase the quality of writing and intelligence of the playwright.Author Perry Pontac. Company Theatre Proteus. Director Maggie Lilley.
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