Wayward Productions presents Richard III. Duplicity and murder are Richard’s tactics in his quest for power. Yet, instead of 1480’s in the royal court of England, it’s 1970’s in a bikers‘ dive bar. Richard’s quest is not to be King of the country. This Richard wants to be the monarch of the Warlock Motorcycle Gang. And he is willing to con and kill anyone to become supreme ruler. Richard III revs up the Hog and takes Shakespeare on a road trip.
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