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Rick Thomas


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For All Time

For All Time

Features in its cast of characters the great Elizabethan playwrights William Shakespeare and John Fletcher. Thomas portrays Shakespeare as drunken and raucous and unable to remember the names of his own plays ('The Donkey Play' is A Midsummer Night's Dream, and he remembers Antony and Cleopatra only as 'The Snake Play') and Fletcher as camp and foppish as they meet in a room in a pub run by Shakespeare's mistress Margaret to collaborate on the final draft ofTwo Noble Kinsmen, which Richard Burbage has requested by the following morning for rehearsals to commence. Shakespeare is reluctant to get down to work on the manuscript, leading Fletcher to make accusations about the authorship of Shakespeare's whole canon, and a revelation from the great man about why he stopped writing alone after completing The Tempest.
- David Chadderton , British Theatre Guide


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