Council of Thieves (Pathfider)
Horses of Hezbollah
A rather contrived and campy play that paws at being an opera. It was the first and last play produced by a poor scribe in a the lower end of Westcrown.
To many it is often confusing, as it has nothing to do with horses, nor does it ever once mention the name “Hezbollah.” Analysts suggest that there is deeper meaning in the play, as it often references a nameless god, whom various side-characters are vassals to, and so many of the scenes seem to contain doubletalk. The same analysts debunk the play as being particularly deep, as most serious or dramatic moments are immediately broken down by songs with upbeat tunes and self-explaining lyrics. The play however holds a vigil with a crowd of opera performers and play-goers who shy away from conventional bards-tale type stories often seen in popular opera.