Spotlighters Theatre is presenting Jonas David Grey’s adaptation of Christopher Marlowe’s Edward II through June 22. Though both the original script and the historical events it chronicles date back centuries, the play proves that history is cyclical and that issues of patriotism, family duty, and prejudice are timeless.
I recently met with Jonas David Grey, who is portraying Edward II in this production, as well as Brad Norris, the show’s director.
Click here to listen to the broadcast version of our interview:
We chatted about the show for quite a while (spoiler alert: I’m singing in the pre- and post-show cabaret) so if you have a bit more time, here’s the extended version of our conversation:1936 London, Brad Norris, Christopher Marlowe, Dyana Neal, Edward II, Jonas David Grey, Spotlighters Theatre, World War II