Three Farces From Three Lands
Banish the February blahs and get in a pre-Lenten carnival mood with these short 16th century farces from Germany, Flanders, and England, including two old PLS favourites. All three share a typical comedic view of marriage among the peasantry. There will be slapstick fights, puppetry, and pie!
The Stolen Shrovetide Cock by Hans Sachs
The Farce of the Fisherman by Cornelis Everaert
John John the Husband by John Heywood