Man for All Seasons starts second run
"This is a play filled with intriguing and highly contemporary ideas," Director Kenneth Robbins said. "One of our goals is that audience (members) have something to carry home and discuss."
The plot centers around the conflict of Chancellor Sir Thomas More as King Henry VIII strives, against the will of the Pope, to divorce his first wife and marry his mistress.
"The fundamental idea is related to one political issue today — which is the relationship between church and state," Robbins said.