Episode 1

Published on:

21st Jul 2021

The People of France v. Rats (1508)

A mostly historical retelling of the real life story of Barthélemy de Chasseneuz, a lawyer from feudal France, 1508, who represented rats as legal counsel - and got them acquitted.

Featuring performances from Jo Vasquez and Micah Bernas.

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About the Podcast

Barely There Theatre
Barely There Theatre releases radio plays for free with behind-the-scenes rehearsal audio coming out in the following weeks. The plays will be polished pieces while the rehearsals will be mostly unmastered recordings of the rehearsal process. The goal is:

a) To produce plays people anywhere can access for free.

b) Give people an insight into what the creative process looks like for each project.

The plays themselves will be about… we don’t know yet. They’ll range in tone from funny to serious, quaint to existential, mature to not-so-mature. Down the road there may be more visual components to each podcast, but that’s a hurdle for another day.

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