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The little three-act comedy could bear some cutting, but proves engaging and actable.
CZ: In terms of Ruth's character, how did you find the actable emotions for her?
Her name is Roswitha, a religious of the Dark Ages, whose actable dramas laid the foundations of modern comedy.
Shakespeare is (the) most actable stuff in the world," he said.