In 1611, a play was submitted to the censor with no definitive author.
Several characters were unnamed and there was no title. The plots within were adapted from episodes of Cervantes' Don Quixote, and in the 1990s, the palaeographer Charles Hamilton attested that this play was the lost Shakespeare, Cardenio.
Debate has abounded since, and to coincide with the publication of Jonathan Busby and Luis del Aguila's edition, the Aporia Theatre Collective present their production..
This is an indelible and disturbing play that deals with obsession, amorality, suspicion and, ultimately, revenge.
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