And how does the web of interconnections play out in Salamanticus? With a classical grace and faith in reason and justice. Our Fibonacci narrator doesn’t show us the exact math that leads to civic harmony regained, but the perennial values of trust, courage, purity of heart, unlikely alliances, and convenient birthrights play prominent roles in the pattern.

Salamanticus | written and directed by Stephen Legawiec | Produced by Ziggurat Theatre Ensemble | at the Bowdoinham Town Hall, through August 11 | 207.854.8882

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