King Charles II, left, (played by John Tuttle) and Aphra Behn (played by J Benway) are part of a love triangle with actress Nell Gwynne (Shannon Agostinelli) in “Or,” a production by the Olympia Little Theatre opening this week.
King Charles II, left, (played by John Tuttle) and Aphra Behn (played by J Benway) are part of a love triangle with actress Nell Gwynne (Shannon Agostinelli) in “Or,” a production by the Olympia Little Theatre opening this week. Picasa Courtesy
King Charles II, left, (played by John Tuttle) and Aphra Behn (played by J Benway) are part of a love triangle with actress Nell Gwynne (Shannon Agostinelli) in “Or,” a production by the Olympia Little Theatre opening this week. Picasa Courtesy

‘Or,’ portrays Nell Gwynne in love triangle with King Charles

February 16, 2017 06:47 AM

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