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On his accession in 1603, James I rummages through a chest that belonged to Anne Boleyn. Anne comes alive for him as a brilliant but reckless young woman confident in her sexuality, whose marriage and death transformed England forever. I can't help feeling that Brenton slightly overplays his admiration for Anne in suggesting that she was responsible not merely for the Reformation but, in part, for the existence of the King James Bible. Harm to minors, violence or threats, harassment or privacy invasion, impersonation or misrepresentation, fraud or phishing, show more.
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Please do not also worry about Historical Accuracy - that is completely irrelevant to the Performance, and I can discuss it in the Work Book alongside it - although if I come across Elizabeth I saying 'whatever' I will not be impressed.
In fact, it's a radically revisionist work that argues that Anne was more Protestant martyr than sexual predator. Want to perform this play? Nell Gwynn.
Related Questions Novels with Tudor period time setting? Production Enquiry. She comes alive for him, a brilliant but reckless young woman confident in her sexuality, whose marriage and death transformed England for ever. Classical Plays: For a moment I saw my body lying in the straw.
Female Monologues set in the Tudor Times? Let me show you something. It was well received by the critics, with the Daily Mail not generally favourable to Left-leaning playwrights commenting 'It takes a big, generous spirit to fill the Globe, and in this Brenton follows Shakespeare — not just with asides and soliloquies, but with a large colourful canvas.