Produced in New York at the Barrymore Theatre with Ruth Chatterton and Ralph Forbes. This play exposes a light-hearted and imaginative episode in the turbulent but affectionate marriage of young Will Shakespeare and Anne Hathaway. The characteristic roguish wit of Shakespeare is here pitted against a country bumpkin named Poggs. Alas, poor Poggs, what a silly sight he makes as Shakespeare's foil in this capricious romantic comedy. The character of a strolling singer provides the opportunity for introducing Elizabethan ballads.