MA Acting presents a response to the late sixteenth century comedy 'Friar Bacon & Friar Bungay' by Robert Greene.
A response to the late sixteenth century comedy Friar Bacon & Friar Bungay by Robert Greene. Conceived by Matt Harrison and the company with Robert Greene. Directed by Matt Harrison
It’s 1598 - A friar keen to protect Britain from European Invasion tries to build a wall around this fair island. He doesn’t have a golden toilet, but he does have a bronze head. Using Robert Greene’s Elizabethan drama as a catalyst, we explore what we can learn now from those who have gone before. And ask where the desire to protect and preserve may lead us…?
*16+ Age. Many of these nine new pieces may contain themes and language of an adult nature which some may find offensive.
Venue: Corbett Theatre
Location: Hatfields | Rectory Lane | Loughton | IG10 3RY