Narrator: "In the land of the living, William Shakespeare is regarded as one of the most prolific playwrights of all time..." Narrator: "However to the denizens of Hell, The Bard is seen in a far different light." Narrator: "After selling his soul for fame and adoration, Shakespeare served in hell as Satan's spy master general." Narrator: "In doing his duty Shakespeare would punish the souls he was investigating by forcing them to perform in grotesque passion plays for Satan's amusement." Narrator: "But in a Twelfth Night-esque twist, Shakespeare found himself living a double life." Narrator: "While he projected an image of cruelty, his heart was as soft as Jezebel's. In secret he would tutor her on the classics and act out the works of his mortal days." Narrator: "When Satan found out, he cast Shakespeare out of the palace. Believing that the poet would be tormented by the populace of Hell, far out of Jezebel's sight." Narrator: "But Satan had not counted on The Bard's cunning." Narrator: "Embracing his persona of master torturer, Shakespeare and his followers, "The Tragedies" took root in the entertainment district biding their time for revenge."