At the end of the seventeenth century the estates of Alexander MacNaughton, including the castle of Dunderave, were forfeit after he fought on the losing side at Killiecrankie. His son thought to reclaim his inheritance by marrying one of Sir James Campbell's daughters, but young MacNaughton married the one he did not love. The tragic consequences for all form one of the darker tales of Scottish legend. The conclusion of this funny, erotic and grim tale will haunt you.
Published in Palestrina & Other Plays.