One of the advantages of living in Stratford-upon-Avon is the inevitable exposure to the life, times and works of William Shakespeare. The town boasts the schoolroom where Shakespeare was almost certainly educated. Given that education was free for every boy in the town it is inconceivable that young William did not attend, although it seems his father took him out of school early to earn some cash and help save the family finances.
Rog has been working at the Schoolroom playing Thomas Jenkins, apparently a Welshman, who taught Shakespeare Latin. It seems Thomas Jenkins was parodied in The Merry Wives of Windsor as Sir Hugh Evans. Elizabethan education was intensive and thorough and there is no reason why any boy with talent and intelligence could not have contributed a play or two to English dramaturgy. It's been an eye-opener to research the subject and lecture on it.