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Richard III by William Shakespeare, as adapted by William Arnold
Richard III is a history play originally written by William Shakespeare (~1591), and adapted herein by William Arnold. It depicts the Machiavellian rise to power and subsequent short reign of Richard III of England.
WILLIAM ARNOLD was trained as an actor, but due to his habit of rewriting his lines, was told that he should write his own stuff. Primarily considered a composer, Bill dabbles in straight plays when the mood takes him. "ABC: A Bureaucratic Comedy" (published with JAC) was his first play and since then, he has written two full-length musicals: "Lint! The Musical" (with Scott Auden) and "Night of the Musical Dead" (both produced at the Hole in the Wall Theater, New Britain, CT.) In his spare time, Arnold edits Shakespeare's plays such as "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and "Richard III" , due to his belief that "brevity is the soul of wit". "Attack of the Space Nymphos from Uranus" is Bill's latest play, slated to premiere in January, 2013. Bill Arnold is the lead guitarist for the band The Rude Mechanicals, whose Irish-themed song, "As God Is My Witness (I'll Never Drink Again)" has seen brisk sales on iTunes every year around St. Patrick's Day. Visit Bill's Author Central page on Amazon.com to learn more!Have you read Arnold's full-length comedy Attack of the Nymphos from Uranus, or his one-act ABC: A Bureaucratic Comedy?
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