By Michael Aman
Caliban is a play about language and resentments. Shakespeare’s creature from The Tempest is still alive and well and still speaking iniambic pentameter. He lives on an island where he finds Emma, a nurse with her own baggage. Together with an angry young playwright named Wendy and her father, the play shows the power that forgiveness holds, even when confronting ancient resentments.
Modern Myths Podcast
12 Peers Theater continues our new play podcast featuring 6 new play readings. In an effort to make theatre more accessible and on demand, the 6 new plays will premiere online with episodes extending into May 2021.