'A Tudor interlude, written by Henry Medwell, and first performed at Lambeth Palace during the reign of Henry VII' is how this unusual play has already been publicised.
It tells, in graphic terms, of the story of Man, from the very beginning of time, and his evolution in connection with the powers of reason, sensuality, pride, lust, gluttony etc, and their effects on his eventual development.
- Mundus / Liberality
- Nature / Gluttony / Patience / Abstinence
- Innocency / Bodily Lust
- Worldly Affection / Wrath / Charity
- Pride / Good Occupation
- Pride's Boy / Meekness
- Envy / Chastity