Merely Players

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Merely Players

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Merely Players aired on multiple Canadian channels in the early 2000s. It starred Barry Morse, who played multiple characters in an ongoing monologue drama. It was written and performed in two acts, and focused on the life of the Elizabethan player, and both their professional and personal struggles. Each episode focused on a different character. The series was named for, and attempted to adhere to the idea presented in, Shakespeare's Much Ado About nothing that: "All the world is a stage and all the men and women merely players."
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