Co-written with Rebeca Cobos
Genre: Musical fables for Children
Humility, Honesty and Respect
Two versions of the play were produced. One aimed at young children, and one aimed at teens. Rick was involved in both, but co-wrote the latter.
Based on three of Chaucer's tales, with a focus on the morality fables rather than the baudiness, three pilgrims meet and each tells the others a story, in a contest to see who buys dinner.
One of the tales is a dark tale of two brothers who go looking for death but find a fortune in gold instead. One tells of a knight who offends a young maiden and must answer the riddle of what women most desire in order to avoid punishment. The third is of a trusting merchant and a dishonourable friend.
The play included live music, singing and dance.
Over 51,000 tickets sold
Global premiere - Canal theatre, Madrid, Spain, 2013
Four tours of Spain, including many cities and selling out major theatres
Most recently toured in 2017, to 15 cities, including trips to Ibiza, Menorca and Lanzarote