Natasha Luepke received a BA in English and Medieval & Renaissance Studies from the University of Nebraska and an MA in Literature and Culture from Oregon State University. While working on her Master's Thesis about Geoffrey Chaucer, she studied Middle English as a foreign language. She currently lives in Portland, OR with her husband and three cats.
For more information, please visit Natasha's website, Medievalist at Midnight: http://natashaluepke.weebly.com/index.html
Published: August 29, 2015.
Plays » Medieval
A modern translation of a medieval classic. What had been a slice-of-life tale transforms into a nativity play, comparing and contrasting the poor peasants and their sheep with Mary and Jesus. Written in the fifteenth century by the Wakefield Master, The Second Shepherds' play uses uses comedy and pathos to explore the lives of medieval English peasants.