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Edward, much to the despair of his wife and contempt of his barons, is very fond of both. King Edward comes to the throne, and immediately recalls his banished lover, Pierce Gaveston- an order that puts him at odds with most of his court. Edward must battle his sneering subjects, his scorned wife and his own family for not only the right to rule, but for the right to love... The Men's Company. An all male production.Performers Liam Brennan (Edward II), Justin Avoth (Lord Matrevis Earl of Arundel/Poor Man), Patrick Brennan (Lancaster/Ap Howell), Michael Brown (Young Spencer), Richard Glaves (Prince Edward/Lady Margaret), Gerald Kyd (Gaveston/Mower), John McEnery (Spencer Senior/Archbishop of Canterbury/Lightborn), Terry McGinity (Leicester/Pembroke), Chu Omambala (Queen Isabella), William Osborne (Bishop of Coventry/Baldock/Berkeley), Justin Shevlin (Young Mortimer), Peter Shorey (Abbot of Neath/Herald or Levune), Bill Stewart (Mortimer Senior/Bishoop of Winchester), Patrick Toomey (Edmund Duke of Kent), Albie Woodington (Warwick/Gurney).
Author Christopher Marlowe. Company White's Company. Director Timothy Walker.
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