The Dutch Courtesan by John Marston



Passion is scourge, love is humiliation, and friends might as well be enemies in The Dutch Courtesan, a Jacobean stage play written by the John Marston ca. 1604. The play tells the story of Freevill who discards his concubine Francischina and, for a joke, sets his straight-laced friend Malhereux on to her. Malhereux falls for Francischina and promises to carry out her revenge on Freevill by killing him.

Hosted by Willing Suspension Productions on March 26, 2009.

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