Weak Edward (Eduardo, el débil) is a modern performance based on the old Christopher Marlowe tragedy of Edward II, King of England at the beginning of the 14th century.
Here the barons are ladies in lovely dresses who are so ashamed of this weak King that they are willing to do whatever they or their husbands can do to re-establish order in their Kingdom.
Isabel, the rejected First Lady, is forced to be against her abusive and violent husband in order to save the country.
Written by Hola Constanza and directed by Diego Poupin.
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