Ruth and Michael -

Many thanks for the reactions; and I completely agree with Michael; it's a lovely reflection of the broad-mindedness of the Netbehaviour list that I can post something like this, which is really way off-piste, and people still show an interest instead of telling me to, er, shove it in a more appropriate forum.


On 27/08/18 09:24, Michael Szpakowski wrote:
I really like this Edward. There's a slightly Pooterish ( but very nuanced nonetheless) tone of voice ( particularly present in God) which you've honed over the years with Dr Hairy and friends which is both intensely amusing but also allows for a great deal more actual depth and thought than one might have intiially expected.
Additionally everyone is always really rather mild-manneredly but deliciously *puzzled* at each new twist in events...(and how lovely to have something so very much your own furrow, so imbued with fairly timeless qualities, here , on this list - a tribute to both your own steadfast truth to your voice and wonderful friendly, eclectic, welcome this place offers...)
Comic writing at its richest.
I look forward to more.

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On Friday, August 24, 2018, 8:14 pm, Edward Picot via NetBehaviour <> wrote:

Dear all,

'The Doubter's Mysteries' are an attempt to write a short cycle of
Mystery Plays - ie. plays based on Bible stories, like the Medieval
Mystery Plays of York, Chester and Wakefield - from the point of view of
a sceptical modern audience; an audience which either doesn't believe in
God, or can't work out what he's playing at.

There are fourteen of these plays, and the first is now online: 'The
Creation (and the Fall of Lucifer)'.

- Edward

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