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This is a great adaptation of the classic story! My students really enjoyed not only the story but also the action present throughout the play. It was a lot of fun to stage the combat scenes. I appreciated the large cast size (though not so large that the story gets bogged down in new characters) and the light handling of the source material. It was great writing for my students. Also, my audiences really liked getting the 'tax money' in the middle of the show!
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