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Episode 47: Everybody (Medieval Theatre with Janine Marley) - Hardcover

Our theatre expert Janine Marley (M.A.) is back with us this week to talk about medieval theatre, morality plays, and her upcoming production of Everyman!

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Everyman is playing at Mackenzie Hall January 29th and 30th at 8:00 pm. For tickets or more information about Paper-Knife Theatre, you can visit their website!

 

Thanks for listening!

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  1. A tiny nit 🙂 at about 1 minute in: Throughout the Middle Ages Latin while it is true that it was not the universal daily vernacular it is untrue that Liturgy was conducted in a variety of languages 🙂 The only Liturgical language was Latin and it was, if only by years of rote learning, understood by “the faithful” i.e. the conman folk. The Roman Catholic Church made Latin *the* was the universal language of the mass specifically as it was intended as a unifying good where so many languages where spoken across the then world. Many listeners will miss that nit 🙂 Cheers!