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After helping to murder Becket, King Henry II is haunted by memories of their passionate friendship. Appointing Becket as Archbishop was the King's greatest mistake, for Becket finds his allegiance shifting from king and country to God and Church.

Starring (in alphabetical order):

Asher Book as Young Monk, Ensemble
Kevin Daniels as Baron 4, Ensemble
Ken Danzinger as Baron 2, Ensemble
Jean Gilpin as Gwendolyn, Queen Mother
Alan Mandell as Archbishop of Cantebury, Pop
Charlie Mathers as Ensemble
Tim Monison as Baron 3, Cardinal Zambelli, Ensamble
Denis O'Hare as Thomas Becket
Jennifer Rau as Saxon Peasant, Young Queen
Simon Templeman as Henry II
John Vickery as Gilbert Folliot
Douglas Weston as Bishop of York, Baron 1, King Louis
Greg Woodell as Ensemble

(P)2005 L.A. Theatre Works

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Dreadful version of a wonderful play.

Becket is a terrific play with interesting ideas about the relationship between religion and the State, as well as about friendship in high places. However, this cast does not have a clue about how to approach the author's lovely language. It's like listening to sitcom Shakespeare. The actor playing Becket is particularly bad. See Becket on stage--even a high school production would be superior to this painfully poor version!

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Very exciting

Most entertaining long live the story of st Thomas he knew his gospel his God and sadly his enemies.