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Within the Hollow Crown: A Sad Tale of the Death of Kings (Radio Play)

Posted: Nov 26, 2008 11:11;
Last Modified: Dec 13, 2008 10:12

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Within the Hollow Crown: A Sad Tale of the Death of Kings (Radio Play)

“Within the Hollow Crown: A Sad Tale of the Death of Kings” was a radio play based on William Shakespeare’s Richard II, and Henry IV Parts 1 and 2. The play broadcast on the University of Toronto student radio station CIUT-FM on March 22, 1987 and April 5, 1987.

The play was adapted for radio and produced by Daniel Paul O’Donnell, directed by Ralph Joneikeiss. Technical production was by Daniel Paul O’Donnell.

(c) Daniel Paul O’Donnell, 1987.
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