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Bale creatively exploits the theatricality of the Roman Church by turning Dissimulation into a producer of sorts, assigning parts to his cast of clerics and prelates in order to keep congregants paying hefty sums to the church.
Assigning roles for the lucrative production of religion, Bale's Dissimulation reveals the playwright's familiarity with the professional theater world of which he was a part.
I additionally see Bronzino's "Sphinx," itself an enigmatically veiled poetic dissimulation, as contextually embodying a third aspect.