Overview

A play in two acts. 7 male / 3 female unit set. A drama set in England in 1539, explores the last days of Bishop John Stokesley as he struggles with his decision to burn heretics - including William Tyndale, who translated the Bible into the mother tongue.

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The Heretic

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Overview

A play in two acts. 7 male / 3 female unit set. A drama set in England in 1539, explores the last days of Bishop John Stokesley as he struggles with his decision to burn heretics - including William Tyndale, who translated the Bible into the mother tongue.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044605411
  • Publisher: Rex Knowles
  • Publication date: 6/23/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 398,005
  • File size: 205 KB

Meet the Author

Rex Knowles learned to write from his father and mother who loved brainteasers, crossword puzzles and reading. His comedy The Night Reginald Filbert Called It Quits was grand prize winner of the Festival of New Works at the Chattanooga Theatre Centre. Rosemary Leaves, about a man whose trauma keeps him from understanding the difference between reality and fantasy, was produced at Theatre for the New Actor (off-off-Broadway) and for the Chattanooga State Repertory Theatre. He wrote the book and lyrics (and collaborated on music) for the musical The Nutcracker Christmas Carol that premiered at the Chattanooga State Repertory Theatre and has played there for eight years. His play, The Heretic, about the religious fervor of the early sixteenth century, is yet to be produced. He recently finished Old Ties about a man who must decide what to do with his life after his wife of sixty-two years passes away. In the latter part of the last century, he co-wrote and co-produced for Rhino Records BMTV (Bizarre Music Television), an underground cult classic collection of music videos. Rex has written for the game shows "Jackpot," "The New $25,000 Pyramid," "Top Card," and "Academic Bowl" and was associate producer on ABC’s “Double Talk.” He has authored several screenplays and two novels. He has produced numerous musicals and plays, including the world premieres of Del Shores’ Cheatin’ and Daddy’s Dyin’ Who’s Got the Will? and Sherry Landrum, George S. Clinton’s bluegrass musical That Other Woman’s Child. His productions have garnered over two-dozen Los Angeles Drama Critics’ awards. Rex is a proud member of the Dramatists Guild of America, the Chattanooga Writers Guild, SAG-AFTRA, and Actor’s Equity. He is Executive Director of the Professional Actor Training Program at Chattanooga State where he teaches and performs improvisation.
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