SHAKESPEARE'S WOMEN (2011) is a 10 minute comedy drama with 4 characters (3F, 1M). Its log-line is “Best-selling author, acknowledged world authority on Shakespeare and totally irresistible to women - Herbie has the world at his feet. Will three mysterious late night visitors change all this?” As well as being an hilarious comedy, SHAKESPEARE'S WOMEN also solves the mystery of Shakespeare's "missing" play!
It was one of the winning plays in the 2012 10x10 New Writing Festival in collaboration with the RSC Open Stages, where it premiered at the Chesil Theatre on 18 February 2012 (under its original title Herbie).
Click here to watch a performance of SHAKESPEARE'S WOMEN (under its original title of Herbie) on YouTube.
It was most recently performed (as a rehearsed reading) by the Mitre Players in Croydon on 8 March 2019.
An extract from SHAKESPEARE'S WOMEN can be read and the play purchased here.