Patriot and traitor, liberator and exploiter, hero and failure—you could hardly find a more dramatic central figure for a play than Roger Casement (1864­–1916). Knighted for his services to the British crown and executed five years later for treason to the same crown, Casement sits on a pivotal page of European history, the human equivalent of a Rorschach blot: Your view of his story tends to reveal more about... More >>>