What did the Wise Men talk about in the moments before they wandered into the stable to see the Holy Child?
That’s the question at the center of the quick moving, fast-talking one-act play “Wise Men.”
The play opens with two of the Magi, traditionally known as Balthasar and Melchior, although there is no mention of the names in Scriptures. They have crowns on their heads and wear green and purple vestments.
Balthasar paces nervously. He mocks his fellow traveler for getting all “milky-eyed” after seeing Jesus in the stable and complains Gaspar is taking too long.
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