The Renaissance Dueling Plays

Author: Michael Hagins

The Renaissance Dueling Plays

Description: Four tales of dueling during the Renaissance, told through different perspectives.
Year Written/Copyrighted: 2011
Date Added: 6/29/2014
Content Advisory: Swordfighting Violence, Sexual Content, some strong language
1 Act, 70 Minutes
5 Females, 5 Males, 3 Gender Neutral

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Keywords: Action/Adventure · Characters are Mostly Young Adults · Coming of Age · Crime · Drama · Families · Fantasy · Fight Sequences · Folklore and Legends · Large Cast Size · Martial Arts · Mythology · Satire/Parody · Sex · Single Set

Original Production Information

The Renaissance Dueling Plays is a series of short plays which were produced as follows:

The Decapitation of Thomas Kent had its first production December 2011 for A Night of Solitary by CAGE Theatre Company with the following cast and crew:

Sir Thomas Kent: Michael Hagins
Julius Delaney: Mark Levy

Director and choreographer: Michael Hagins

Wenches and Ale had its first production December 2011 for A Night of Solitary by CAGE Theatre Company with the following cast and crew:

Lord Brittany: Nathan Veazey
Helga: Becky Lynn
Hilda: Stephanie Sottile

Director and choreographer: Michael Hagins

The Cavalier's Wife had its first production March 2011 for SpringFest One-acts, John Chatterton Presents with the following cast and crew:

The Husband: Danny Sauls
The Wife: Chelsea Rowe

Director: Tony White
Choreographer: Michael Hagins

The Duelist Code had its first production February 2011 for the Strawberry One-Act Festival with the following cast and crew:

The Boss: Alicia Fitzgerald
The Bodyguard: Tony White
The Heroine: Sharon Pinches

Director: Tony White
Choreographer: Michael Hagins