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Drama and death in ‘House of York’

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Allison DeBusk/Guilfordian

Guilford College’s theatre department ended their year with the Shakespearian epic, “House of York.” A combination of all of Shakespeare’s histories from “Henry IV,” parts I through III, and “Richard III,” as well as other outside sources ,including historical letters, petitions and laws, “House of York” was created by Guilford College’s own David Hammond. With over 32 characters played by 16 actors, it was truly an ensemble production. Unfortunately, the run was cut short due to a backstage injury during Act I on the 24th, but the cast and crew still
managed two full performances.

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Abe Kenmore, Opinion Editor
Abe Kenmore is a senior majoring in English and Political Science with a minor in Peace and Conflict Studies. He has worked with the paper for 2 years now, as a writer, world and nation editor, and managing editor. In his spare time, he reads political journalism and drinks too much tea.  

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