A sprightly musical of six tales, over 600 years old, made sparkling new. Eight young citizens flee to the country to escape Florence and the plague of 1348. To overcome their fear, they amuse each other with tender, bawdy storied, music and jokes – involving salacious monks, ingenuous wives, wanton nuns and enterprising young men. The songs by Richard Peasless have a rock beat with an ecclesiastical vibrancy. An innocent, warm, fun look at love 600 years ago – and today. An evening of surprises and delights.
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