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The Devil’s Law Case (1963)


    A Jacobean era stage play, a tragicomedy written by John Webster, and first published in 1623. The Devil’s Law Case is unusual in that it has no specific clown figure; its comic relief is supplied by various minor characters. The play delivers doses of Websterian bitterness, against men, women, lawyers, and doctors.


    • This was first show put on by the Drama Society, according to the then Chair Ian Stuart.
    • Staged in the Joseph Rowntree Theatre, the only performance space available at the time.
    PlaywrightJohn Webster
    Clive Emsley as Actor
    Penny Child as Actor
    Margaret Bradbury as Actor
    Les Littleford as Actor
    Ian Stuart as Actor
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