During the summer of 2011, I participated in several "cold" staged readings with the Instant Shakespeare Company. The plays we did included As You Like It, Love's Labour's Lost, Double Falshood, Edward III, and Richard III. I don't know the exact dates though.
You can watch a scene from Richard III here, or scroll down to read a blurb about Edward III, which was published on the NY Public Library's website.
Edward III: an Instant Shakespeare Company reading
Program Locations: Epiphany Library
The plot of the play consists of two distinct parts. The first is centered on the Countess of Salisbury (the wife of the Earl of Salisbury), who, beset by rampaging Scots, is "rescued" by King Edward III, who then proceeds to woo her himself. In an attempted bluff, the Countess vows to take the life of her husband if Edward will take the life of his wife. However, when she sees that Edward finds the plan morally acceptable, she ultimately threatens to take her own life if he does not stop his pursuit. Finally, Edward expresses great shame, admits his fault and acquiesces. In the second part of the play, in several scenes reminiscent of Henry V, Edward joins his army in France, fighting a war to claim the French throne. The play switches between the French and English camps, where the apparent hopelessness of the English campaign is contrasted with the arrogance of the French. Much of the action is focused on young Edward, the Black Prince, who broods on the morality of war before achieving victory against seemingly insurmountable odds.
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