A Man for All Seasons: A Drama in Two Acts
The classic play about Sir Thomas More, the Lord chancellor who refused to compromise and was executed by Henry VIII. The story in play form of the conflict between Sir Thomas More & Henry VIII.
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ACT ONE SCENE ACT TWO SCENE ALICE and MARGARET ALICE enters armchair bench Bishop of Rome Boat BOATMAN bracken candlestick Cardinal cassock Chancellor Church cloth COMMON MAN enters COMMON MAN exits conscience crosses to L.C. D'you Descending the stairway Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshal England exits down L face Father flies Foreman Gently gesture goblet goes Grace Hampton Court hand HENRY High Treason JAILER King King's Lady Alice laughs LIGHTS change Lord Lord Chancellor MARGARET enters MARGARET exit Master Cromwell Master Rich Matthew Moving to L oath Parliament picks plainsong Pope portfolio prisoner property basket PUBLICAN puts re-enters Richard Rich RiCn rises and crosses Rising and moving rostrum Signer Signor Chapuys silence Sir Thomas More's sits Smiling stands steps stool takes tell Thank There's thing THOMAS CRANMER THOMAS CROMWELL turns What's WILLIAM ROPER wine WOLSEY WOMAN