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Condamnes executes sur scene? (fwd) BOURASSA ANDRE G
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This sounds pretty far fetched on the face of it, at least for English
guild-sponsored drama, but I thought I would post it to the group and see
I've read in a couple of places (I'm trying to remember where) that
in some instances, condemned criminels participated in medieval
mystery plays--their own execution lending dramatic realism to the
depiction of a martyrdom scene.
Is this verifiably true? do we have documented instances of this
Are there also other ways in which the very real become part of the
'play' like this?