Dean Anast is a Seattle native passionate about history and written words. The current age is cold, its language trivial, and for all its chatter our time lacks Renaissance hues and Delacroix palettes that demand but also nurture the eclectic.
Hoping to revive their sagging stage careers, a divorced couple appear in a play about Charles II and Nell Gwynn. But Nell's ghost haunts the theater. Offended by the play's spin, she revives her merry monarch to kill the production.