His play, "Mandragola," Vostra's play, "Whose Turn Next?," and Nikolai Gogol's play, "The Government Inspector," was performed in a Cinoherni Klub of Prague production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England. Jiri Menzel and Jan Kacer were directors.
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Though the later centuries have viewed him unkindly as the manifestation of evil itself, Machiavelli did little to earn this nasty reputation. He was a good citizen, an upright man, and an affectionate husband. Despite this, he was considered so immoral that his name became a synonym for the devil ("Old Nick" is derived from his given name, and "Machiavel" from his surname; both are found in ...